Have always loved the styling of the
Cadillacs of this era, it's longer
hood, shorter rear and wide stance
give it a distinctive feature not found
often anymore. It offers decent ride
quality, good gas mileage for a full
size car, excellent power from the
4.9L engine . The tranny is probably
the smoothest tranny I have ever had
the pleasure to experience, whether it
is cruising or mashing the throttle to
pass on the highway. Fuel economy is
17MPG where I drive city/highway, but
more highway would yield up to 24MPG
from what I have seen - thanks to the
Power, power, power from the 4.9L
engine. This car still has style and
turns heads when clean. Mine is gold
in color, and few sharper except for
the all white Caddy's. Good trunk
space, but interior back seats hard
to get in and out of, but once in
plenty of room.
Problems abound unfortunately. Auto
headlights-park lights don't know
whether to come on or stay on/off.
Front end noise probably bad shock, or
strut - which leads me to say front
struts/shocks are dealer ONLY item and
cost around $300 per side! ABS brakes
don't work right.
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