I've always loved the small boxie style Cadillac had in the early 90s. Both the 4.5 and 4.9 were the best engines Cadillac Ever built. They were built with what Cadillac stands For Luxury and Dependability.
I bought this car to be an every day driver to work and back (40 miles a day), and it has been far more than I expected! It has the coldest air of any vehicle I have ever driven (which is nice since I am in Arizona -- and I have driven over 50 different vehicles), and it has more power than I thought it would have!
It has just about every feature you could have asked for. It is way ahead of it's time for a 16 year old car!
I am not crazy about the suspension of my Eldo, but it might have more to do with the amount of miles and the previous owner neglecting it than with the design of the car.
I have had my eldorado for 4 years now
and have had absolutley no major
problems with it. It has been in three
fender benders, which I was rearended,
not one time did my car end up with
more than a scratch. While the others
had body damage. It has power that you
wouldn't think an older town car would
have. When you push it goes! The
interior is roomy and comfortable
enough to sleep in if you had to.
Great car, I'd recommend it to anyone.
even at 180,000 miles it still runs
strong and quiet at the same time.
roomy leather interior, powerful V8
engine, smooth ride, driver information
center: tells if doors open, low washer
fluid, time too change oil, etc..also
gives date time and outside temp.
Small accesories seem to always come
loose or fall, nothing that isn't cheap
to fix or leave you stranded though
otherwise it's a great car.
My dad gave me his caddy and I was
thinking oh great and old slow car. I
replaced the main brain and can now get
my old slow caddy up to 120 in about 25
secs or so. Thats pretty good for an
old mans car. Really though I'll never
get rid of my car.