I have only owned sports cars, '95 Camaro Z28, '92 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4, '04 MINI Cooper S. So for me to change to a luxury vehicle was a bit of a step. But this vehicle surprised me with its acceleration. I was hooked after the first drive. Comfort is great! It is hard to find a car that performs decently, and is comfortable. It doesn't handle very well, but I didn't buy it for that. I can't see myself with out a Caddilac & MINI. One for road trips, the other for beatin' up the streets!
Big comfortable seats, engine performance, all the standard features, the style, and trunk space.
Improve the gas mileage, I'm only getting 18 mpg. Improve the handling.
My wife and I purchased this vehicle
used in 2000. We have had to replace
the drivers seat heater (the whole
cushion)that was warrantied. One
electric window motor; warrantied. Oil
changes are more than normal; the
Northstar V8 holds about 9 quarts of
oil. Great comfort and conveniences but
an expensive vehicle overall to
In Northern Maine, the four seat
heaters are a welcome feature. The Bose
stereo sounds great.
Electronics have been reminiscient of
old British cars; often in the shop for
small but expensive repairs.
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