The designers of the 1992 cadillac
eldorado saw into the future. The crisp
rectangular styling of rear end is just
now being picked up by manuafatures
like BMW and Daimler-Chrysler. Drivers
and passengers will confuse the 1992's
interior for that of a much newer car.
The Eldorado borrows much of its
classy, yet agressive, styleing from
the Pininfarina designed Allante. As
far as mechanical dependability the car
is average to below average. Most note
worthy are problems with the
transmission and air ride suspension.
I feel they are an even trade off for
the car's style and comfort.
The heated seats are effective and fast
working. When open, the power moon roof
leaves a hole large enough to be
confused for a convertible. Its one of
the biggest coupes in the domestic
market, yet I have no trouble parking
it on a college campuse.
The green lit digital dash is very
tacky. It should have been left in the
80's along with the ineffective factory
security system, and the inefficient
4.9L v-8. Get the Northstar if you can.
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