by rdownie on Mar 30, 2014 Vehicle: 2008 Cadillac DTS
I recently purchased a 2008 Cadillac DTS with 62,000 miles. It was to replace my 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis with 155,000 miles.
The Cad looks and runs like a brand new car, but the ride is not near as nice as my aging Grand Marquis.
Lots of road noise.
Every bump in the city streets are accented by thumping noises as the wheels go over the spots.
I took it to the Cad dealer and they claim that is the way all Cadillac's drive these days.
Plus they charged me $1600.00 to replace both front sway bars and a left front drum.
Luckily they split the cost with me since I had only owned the car for 31 days. Plus, too many buttons to push---very distracting. I should have bought another Merc.
by caddygirl4life on Nov 11, 2012 Vehicle: 2008 Cadillac DTS
My 2008 DTS is sexy, I have been driving a caddy since 16 and have owened through the years 10 plus cars (caddy's) always upgrading to a newer year... The 2008 is the first caddy I brought brand new and I have to say the even though I think the car looks good, the ride is just not there. I really miss my 97 deville concours and wished I never upgraded.
by miguelski on May 23, 2011 Vehicle: 2008 Cadillac DTS
In considering a replacement for my 2004 black Supercharged SS Monte Carlo (Batmobile) I looked for an American made "grown-up" 4 door car. My internet research led me to the Certified 2008 black-on-black Cadillac DTS which I purchased. I am very pleased with my purchase.
by 2008 DTS Luxury III on Sep 11, 2010 Vehicle: 2008 Cadillac DTS
I traded in my 2000 DHS for the 2008 DTS Luxury III Platinum model and regret it. My old DHS was a great car with a bad transmission. I had a few problems and tried to contact the "help" line. They refused to let me talk to a decision maker and were basically worthless. Cadillac apparently does not want to talk to customers. I am trying to go through the dealership and they will not give me the name of the GM Rep so I am not allowed to talk to her. This is unfortunate since I have 3 GM cars and when these are gone will likely not have another.
by chuck on Dec 19, 2009 Vehicle: 2008 Cadillac DTS
I have had several Cadillacs including a 2006 DTS that got good to excellent gas mileage.I use the DTS primarily as a short to long trip car,so it's mostly highway driving.Still the mileage as recorded by the computer fuel monitor is in the low 20's, where the 2006 was in the mid 20's. As far as the looks and comfort of the car,I am well pleased.
by Chuck on Dec 4, 2009 Vehicle: 2008 Cadillac DTS
I have had several full size cadillacs including a 2006 prior to his one. The 2006 DTS averaged 25 MPG on the road or better,whereas this one averages closer to 23 MPG, I find this to be quite disappointing, otherwise I am very pleased with the car.
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