I have owed BMW, Mercedes-Benz, etc. over the last
twenty years. I finally got tired of the
expenses and went for a used 2002 Cadillac
DeVille. I could not be more pleased. Although,
the BMW and Mercedes are more fun to drive
and do have some wonderful features,
the cost of parts and repairs and over all
expenses finally drove me away. This
car is wonderful to drive on long
trips, has good gas mileage and is very
comfortable to drive. So far, the
dealer has been great making minor
repairs without a hassle. For the
money, used that is, pretty hard to
beat over the German autos. Cadillac resale values
are poor but so what, at least you won't
brake the bank with this car. I
recommed this old American standard.
Comfort, gas mileage and simple
There is always something on any car.
The only thing is the sun visor when
down is hard to see under. They have a
little one you can us under the main
one but seems poorly designed. That is
the only thing that bugs me a bit.
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