At 15,000 miles, my car was burning a quart of oil every 900 miles. Cadillac refused to install a new engine, but rebuilt the old engine instead installing new pistons and rings. My car now has 35,000 miles and runs okay but the gas mileage dropped considerably from what it was before the overhaul. I will never buy another Cadillac and probably won't buy a GM car again. I'm currently considering some high end Japenese cars.
This is a comfortable, good road car
Cadillac needs to provide better treatment of customers if they want to keep them. They should have replaced the engine rather than rebuilding the old one. Their treatment as far as I'm concerned was cheap. As stated above, I'll never buy a Cadillac again.
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