I bought this car used with 45000 miles on it. Purchased a 100,000 mile extended warranty. This was a great car to own until the mileage hit 100,000. Then it started to cost me a lot of money. The car had constant oil leak problems which apparently are common with the Northstar engine. Some of the interior components are low in quality for what you expect from a Cadillac e.g. cup holders, garage opener knobs, seat adjustment controls. All broke. Other than the reliability issues, this was a great car to own. Powerful and smooth drive. Nav system, rear parking sensors, wiper sensors, leather seating are all great. Some parts are no longer available after 10 years.
Rear parking sensors, windshield wiper sensors, navigation system, comfortable leather seats, sound system. Large front view. Great car to drive.
Transmission needs to last more than 100,000 miles. Front cup holders, seat adjustment controls, garage opener controls, trunk basket attachements are all cheapo for a Cadillac. Do I really have to pay $1000 for a replacement alternator? Get rid of oil leak issues with better engine design.
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