I purchased my 97 Cadillac SLS used in '02 with 90k miles on it. It is now 2010 and has 160,000 miles and not 1 major repair has been needed. The only thing that was done was I've changed the shift solenoids in the trans twice at $500 per pop. That was the only problem I have had. I love this car and the reliability that she has given me.
Great gas mileage 27.1 highway miles Love the style
I purchested this car on the
dealerships raiting of this auto and
before I could make the first payment I
had to pay out$90.00 for o2 sensor, and
two weeks later the charcole filter
$400.00. three weeks later the check
light is on and a slight knocking
shound, this car purchest used with
53000 miles,service maintance history
good, whats up. I'm a sad cadilac owner.
Always viewed Cadillac as a great
car, but this experience has convinced
me I will never buy GM again. The
struts failed before 70,000 and they
are unbelievably expensive to replace;
much more so than other "luxury" cars.
The electrical system has caused
numerous problems, the gasoline gauge
cannot be trusted. Had I realized it
was built so poorly, I certainly would
have purchased an extended warranty. I
can't even trade it in without loosing
thousands of dollars.
The styling is superb, a truly
beautiful car. At 80,000, it still
accelerates beautifully. The interior
is extremely roomy, and the trunk holds
Some attention to quality would
certainly be welcome. Basically, it is
a piece of junk. Toyota here I come!
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