Would highly recommend extended
warranty if you buy. Purchased with
62,000 Replaced, alternator,
transmission, struts, within three
years. Also had major oil leak a 3K
repair. Thanks to extended warranty I
paid 800.00 out of pocket on 7k worth
of repairs. All repairs are expensive
expecially at the Cadillac dealer.
Overall the quality of the vehicle is
top notch, but I have had the
transmission and A/C Compressor
replaced in the last year. Both were
very expensive repairs, but worth it
considering the overall value of the
car. All repairs are expensive. I
would own another STS, but not without
Number one is the sound of the engine
on acceleration. Next would be the
body style. I know it may be getting
old to some, but I'll miss it when they
Memory seat and tilt wheel settings,
heated rear seats, and more variable
ATC (most of which are probably
available on newer models).
This has been my second Seville. The
first was a 1976 classic that I had for
fourteen years and 165,000 miles.
Loved it. This one -- in the white
diamond with tan interior -- has been a
flawless car and I like it as much
today as I did then. It has been
completely reliable, very stylish,
nothing but ordinary maintenance. A
Seat heaters ...
None except maybe the new bells and
whistles available on new models, like
On-Star or navigation systems.
I enjoy my Cadillac, and looking for a
new car for my wife the new car
salespeople are always quiet when I
say I drive a STS. They have a lot to
say about my wife and her car which is
a Mercury Sable (which has been a
Leather Seats, Heated Seats (from
Michigan), Comfortable seats, knowing
the horsepower is there when it is
GET AN OUTSIDE KEY PAD FOR ENTRY!!!!!
My wife has an Mercury Sable which has
an Key Pad on the driver door to allow
entry. I cant believe Cadillac hasn't
come into the electronic age yet.