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Yes, Virginia, size matters.
By Its Me on 04/11/10 11:25 AM (PDT)

Vehicle

1995 Cadillac Fleetwood 4dr Sedan

Review

Sitting down in my Brougham evokes the same feeling I get when landing in the States from an overseas trip - I'm home! Big, comfortable, reliable, and fast, it's the pinnacle of rear-wheel drive, four-door sedans, and is everything an American car should be. Some of my friends chuckle--until they ride in it, and then their reaction is one of amazement and longing for days gone by. When I nail the gas pedal, their eyes pop open. Other than normal maintenance and wear items (shocks, hoses, that kind of stuff), I've had no significant problems. The car runs like a champ and has excellent fit-and-finish. Uncomplicated controls, all the useful gadgets you'd want. Love it.
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repairs
By Suz on 08/25/08 10:25 AM (PDT)

Vehicle

1995 Cadillac Fleetwood 4dr Sedan

Review

I am a lady that loves her 1995 Fleetwood dream car. I've had my car since 1997. I have always taken the best of care for it. As far as the engine goes, I have had to replace the water pump about 3 times, the radiator 1 time, but I do have a lot of good miles on the car. The gear shift needle broke so it shows the needle in park at all times and my mechanic seems to be having a hard time replacing the part. The rear side chrome strips have bubbled, one even peeled, need to be replaced. I love the car so much that I may consider getting a new engine for it one day as opposed to a new Cadillac, they have no class anymore.
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1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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By tenmark262 on 06/08/08 18:44 PM (PDT)

Vehicle

1995 Cadillac Fleetwood 4dr Sedan

Review

I LOVE this car. Had one other and an Impala SS and Buick Roadmaster Wagon (same b-body platform). Detuned LT1 (0-60 in 8.5 secs) is easy on gas (18/20 city and 22/24 highway)and very reliable. Truthfully, the car will fall apart around the engine and transmission. Some designed-in ergonomic/interior fascia flaws but with bone yards ripe with these cars you've got plenty of cheap replacement parts at the ready. If you're looking for a reliable floaty boaty car, this it it. Tomorrow's collector car, for sure. But then again, how popular are 55 Cadillacs today?
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Good hwy mpg & comfort
By S Tucker on 06/05/08 08:27 AM (PDT)

Vehicle

1995 Cadillac Fleetwood 4dr Sedan

Review

A very impressive looking car. Very comfortable, quite, powerful. Mpg in town not so good, hwy very good for the size car, 55-60 mph, I average 30 mpg. So for a long trip, with all of that room & comfort it is a pleasure. Not to mention that we feel very safe in it.
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1 of 1 people found this review helpful
The last generation genuine Cadillac
By Arnold Ziffel on 03/30/07 22:48 PM (PDT)

Vehicle

1995 Cadillac Fleetwood 4dr Sedan

Review

There's something to be said for riding down the road in your living room, and this car delivers. It is not overly technologically advanced, but for the wide open spaces in Texas it's the perfect road cruiser. The Lt1 Covette inspired 5.7L (350) is spirited and responsive. The car is stunningly beautiful, and still spins heads at 12 years old. It's everything I ever wanted in my string of 9 Cadillacs, and I'm very disheartened that GM is making nothing even remotely similar to it since production stopped in 1996.
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Keeps getting better with age...
By Cadillac Mike on 10/26/06 19:36 PM (PDT)

Vehicle

1995 Cadillac Fleetwood 4dr Sedan

Review

I've had this car for nearly seven years and it is holding up very well, no leaks or corrosion, and aside from the usual items that one would expect to wear out at 180,000 miles. It hasn't had any repair surprises either. This is the last of the big rear wheel drive Cadillacs and it tows my boat effortlessly. I replace the fuel gauge sending unit and it now reads accurately. I still cant figure a way to get rid of the digital dash though. The leather seats are not showing any wear. The misses likes this car for long trips. Her boss calls it the presidential limousine, which is appropriate since the 1995-2000 presidential limos were based on this car.
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The King of Automobiles
By Lord Fleetwood on 03/31/06 21:50 PM (PST)

Vehicle

1995 Cadillac Fleetwood 4dr Sedan

Review

I have owned this car for several years and the only repair I have had to do is replace the AC compressor. This car is the last of GM's true full-size rear-wheel drive vehicles, and it is a shame they stopped making them. This car excels in practically every area. It's design is classy and turns heads. It is an impressive looking car - long with a big grill in the front and fins in the back. It's ride is smooth and solid and offers unparalleled comfort. The interior room is enormous. No car since has offered the interior room this car has. Even though this car is heavy, the 5.7 liter engine moves it like a champ. You can drive with just a toe on the pedal and it still gets around 20-24 MPG.
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Cruiser extrodinaire
By cadillacmike on 01/16/05 01:38 AM (PST)

Vehicle

1995 Cadillac Fleetwood 4dr Sedan

Review

The late Cadillac Fleetwood is the finest highway cruiser ever built. We've taken it on numerous long trips of 500 miles or more and it's always smooth & quiet. The sound system, while not a Bose system as in other Cadillacs it quite powerful. Its rear seat room is unsuprassed. The front leg room is not quite as good, as other large FWD cars, like the Buick Park Avenue. It's solidly built and can last many years if taken care of. The fact that its RWD makes it easy to do some maintenance / repairs on myself. It is an impressive looking vehicle with its size and ample bright metal trim. This was the model for the Presidential limo from 1995-2000.
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My favorite Cadillac
By Bill Granger on 01/01/05 16:51 PM (PST)

Vehicle

1995 Cadillac Fleetwood 4dr Sedan

Review

My 1995 Cadillac Fleetwood is the tenth Cadillac which I have owned and I wish I could buy the exacy same car in 2005. It's that good. It's rear-wheel drive with traction control and it is a dream to drive on short jaunts and on long trips. It took us to Florida four times ... it's a dream to drive. Every year I track the miles per gallon and have averaged over 21-mpg {total city and country driving) over ten years, which is fantastic. This car is dependable, comfortable, and a pleasure to own.
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The last of the "real" Cadillacs
By cadillacmike on 12/23/04 03:13 AM (PST)

Vehicle

1995 Cadillac Fleetwood 4dr Sedan

Review

I had a Black 1970 Fleetwood Brougham while in college-early 80's. It had a 133" WB, 228" LOA, rear footrests, reading lights, etc. But it was a New England rust bucket, so I moved away from Cadillacs. In January 2000, I needed a better tow vehicle, and so started looking for a Fleetwood or Roadmaster. I found both and decided to get a Fleetwood, because it looked better! I found a black Brougham-deja vu! It has every option except the sunroof (the rear lighted vanity morrors are more cool and I have two Cadillac convertibles anyway) and it has the CD player. I put 16,000 miles a year on it with no major suprises. The factory chrome wheels shine & the paint held up well. The engine is still silent & strong.
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