by MR. Cadillac on Jun 16, 2007 Vehicle: 1991 Cadillac Seville STS 4dr Sedan
i recently got this from my father to drive around New York City. Okay the car is horrible on gas. However that doesn't matter once you hit the highway in it. It quickly accelerates but wish it had more power. However I'm disappointed that Caddy doesn't make the newer STS in the design of this one because this is truly an American muscle classic and it's a Cadillac. It's pretty reliable, however it does have its occasional problems and the speakers stink, but the car is as old as me so go figure. However I love it and wish Caddy would make their cars looking after this one. It's true=ly the last of an era and should be an American classic.
by jvillegurl on Oct 21, 2002 Vehicle: 1991 Cadillac Seville STS 4dr Sedan
At 175,000 miles, everything that can
go wrong on this car has gone wrong.
The brakes, the bearings, the
speedometer, the whole electronical
system all have gone out. I currently
have 17 oil leaks and counting. I do
not suggest buying this car unless you
have a bank account with this car's
name on it. Every repair is very
expensive, just to change the 8 spark
plugs its $300.00!!(In Florida)
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