by 213inc. on Aug 24, 2007 Vehicle: 1992 Cadillac Seville STS 4dr Sedan
I bought this car with 112000 miles. The man I bought it from took it to the Cadillac dealership every 3k to have serviced. I love the car on the freeway, I can get 30 mpg on premium fuel, it rides like a champ(still has o.e. suspension)and its as quiet on the inside as the new luxury cars I have recently rented.(lexus,benz,bmw) The power from the 4.9 is great.Too much from a dead stop,(fwd), but great when passing. I do have a small oil leak to fix,looks like its from the timing chain cover(typical gm). The air conditioning compressor just went down(300$ fix for dyi).Other than the factory Bose CD player skipping in cold weather I have no complaints and would consider buying another Cadillac
by Kevin345345 on Mar 18, 2003 Vehicle: 1992 Cadillac Seville STS 4dr Sedan
I received the car from te original
owner and it has been a NIGHTMARE! I
ahev replaced A gas tank, all 4 brake
lines, front ball joints, brakes all
around, all new tires, a new
transmission, antenna motor and
antenna, radiator, 3 waterpumps, trans
cooling fan, shocks all around, and a
whole new exhaust system. The car has
overheated twice, it's been terrible.
Fun to drive when working right but
otherwise never buy.
Complete makeover results in distinctly European-flavored sedan. Powertrains are carried over from 1991. ABS and driver airbag are standard. Sport interior option includes analog gauges rather than digital gauges. Leather upholstery and analog gauges are standard on STS.
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