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For some reason, GM's luxury vehicles have been terrible with regard to reliability. I went from one of the most reliable cars I'd ever owned (a 1990 Buick Park Avenue) to not one but TWO pieces of GM JUNK. I was a loyal GM person, but not anymore. My friend owns a 2010 DTS and while the ride is very quiet and smooth, the rest of the car has been a nightmare mechanically. I switched to Lincoln Town Car and I have had zero major problems with all three of my Lincolns. Yes, I know it's an "old man's car", but I don't care; I'll take American-made reliability from Lincoln ANY day over a brand new Cadillac. I've had two hip replacements at a young age (38), so comfort is an absolute must, and nothing has yet compared to the Lincoln ride OR it's reliability.Report it
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