I own the 1995 model and it has been running great. Because of old age, however, I had to replace radiator due to cracking on the plastic pieces. As this car gets older, I am sure I will have to replace some other plastic dry rotted parts. But other than the shocks and struts, road sensing suspension going bad, it has been a great car. Even if it gets 18 to 19 MPG. If you do replace parts, and you are going to keep the car till its eventual total failure, just make sure you buy quality automotive parts--don't go cheap.
Front, heated leather seats. A lot of power and torque available on a moment's notice. Very smooth ride. Paint is excellent quality and shines like it was new after a good polish application.
Not applicable, since Cadillac no longer makes this car.
The design of the 1995 Eldorado is
beautiful and perfect. The interior
though, including the trunk, leaves
much to be desired. The interior seems
poorly designed. There are no bins or
little areas to stash road maps and
such. Mechanically, the Cadillac is
designed wery well and the Northstar
Engine seems perfect, except that is
uses more oil than any car I have ever
When accellerating at full power, if
the steering wheel is not exactly
straight, the steering wheel will be
jerked straight and the car will be zig
zagging for a while until it finds an
Fuel mileage is very good for this type
The engine is perfect, except for
higher than usual oil consumption and
Cadillac has hopefully learned how to
upholster a car's interior that does
not come apart when the car is parked
in the sun.
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