1996 Cadillac Seville Consumer Review: Rebuilding a 1996 Cadillac Sev

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Rebuilding a 1996 Cadillac Seville SLS
By GoldenRod on


1996 Cadillac Seville SLS 4dr Sedan


I bought this car used with 65k miles on it. 3k miles later the engine needs to be replaced at 69k miles at a cost of $3,000. I also had to fix two window motors $600, ignition switch $400, alternator $600, and fuel line split (covererd under recall). Things that broke that I refuse to fix: transmission currently at 100k for $4,000 and air conditioner for $1,500 plus another dead window motor for $300. The new motor has roughly 35k on it and burns oil. I will NEVER buy a Cadillac again, and I honestly question the entire GM line up for quality. This car has been nothing but a constant stream of dealer drop offs.

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When there are this many people complaining about the same things then the entire design of the car is to be questioned. Placing the Cadillac marquee on this pig and charging $50,000 for it is just plain robbery. I hope people read these comments and stay away from Cadillac.
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