by Gangster on Mar 20, 2008 Vehicle: 1992 Cadillac Seville
This (was) a pretty great car. I sold mine 2 years ago because it had 175k miles on it. It still ran but was near the end of its life. Even at the end, this car cruised along surface streets and highways a like, in a smooth, comfortable manner. I had problems with the thermostat and subsequent overheating problems. But other than that, there were never any serious problems. The V-8 could really get up and go, especially considering the weight of the car, and even got 25+ mpg on the highway. Very impressive. Handling past 90mph became worrisome as the car began to sway. But this car was never meant for out running cops, it was meant for cruising in comfort, and it did that very well.
by 213inc. on Aug 24, 2007 Vehicle: 1992 Cadillac Seville
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 Ricardo Gueli on Jul 11, 2004 Vehicle: 1992 Cadillac Seville
My Seville is so nice and a pleasure to
drive. I am surprised the value of it is
so low. It would be impossible to find
a replacement without going to a Cadillac
DeVille, costing $40,000. I like my
car so much I wont get a new one. My wife
and I drive it on trips and it is
exceptionally comfortable, 27-28 mpg,
and looks good. The car only has 93,000
miles so I am prepared to proudly drive
it for many more years.
STS gets Northstar V8, road-sensing suspension and traction control. Passenger airbag added to all Sevilles. Base Seville gets Speed Sensitive Suspension. Bigger fuel tank is added, rear suspension is redesigned and a cupholder is added to center console. ABS and speed-sensitive steering standard on all Sevilles.
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The 1992 Cadillac STS was considered to be a very good product in the context of the day. Cadillac was replacing the older 1987-1991 Seville, which was undoubtedly the worst product of the Seville/ST...
...I purchased new in November 1993 and traded last January for a new 2002 Seville STS. My car had 96K miles and had given me no serious problems and few small ones. About the worst was a water pump r...