A 5-speed automatic couples with a 260-hp, 3. I love the safety features and the sound system. Visibility is great in this car. It's American made and uses flex fuel which is cheaper and better for the environment. The front seats are 3. The New York Times - Wheels blog. Remote start is another option, while a Sport package adds a 6-speed automatic, a limited-slip differential, and all-wheel drive.
Even on glaze ice, it proved uncannily predictable, not prone to sudden, unpleasant surprises. Very dependable, with little repair costs, just regular maintenance. It is now broken again at 13,000 miles. Cadillac… Cadillac is fast at work bringing new-car models to market in an attempt to compete with the best from Germany and Japan. Not bad for such a tall car. I was really lucky to find this 8 year old car that is in showroom condition with only 34,000 miles. The soft suspension provides a lot of comfort but wobbles rather hefty while driving over speed bumps.
I'd doubt that I'll buy another Cadillac. I was able to find a sales staff and he told me to come back in the morning but I already drove an hour. Interior fit and finish, however, aren't up to what we expect for a vehicle in this category. The seats are really to the point to where you can fall asleep. I upgraded to a 2015 and was excited about the luxury features. In January 2011, General Motors discontinued production of the 2.
I had it fixed at 150 miles. Model year 2004 Year of manufacture 2004 First year of ownership 2006 Most recent year of ownership 2008 Engine and transmission V6 Semi-Automatic Distance when acquired 64000 miles Most recent distance 79000 miles Previous car Chevrolet Venture Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? The sunroof is huge and the seats are comfortable. Driver visibility is difficult, thanks to thick windshield pillars and a small rear window. You have to go through the wheel well cover to get at them. The seats are comfortable and very adjustable, the pedals adjust which is nice for shorter people, but the steering column does not telescope, something that would be nice. This article needs additional citations for. Being a mother of four, I was hesitant to buy a smaller car from the minivan that I used to drive.
The warranty has the Cadillac Warranty all over the papers that were signed. The Germans, for example, tend to believe in strict intervention. It also has a great stereo. Options include all-wheel drive, leather, and a third-row seat. It offers a towing capacity of 3,500 pounds. The ride is smooth and the engine is quiet, there is little if any road noise. The rear seats are also comfortable for my son who is 6 foot 5 inches tall.
These cars are not cheap but they sure have all kinds of things go wrong with them. Heated front seats and wood interior trim were standard in the V8 and available as options in the. I was told and was reassured that I would be driving my dream car home. I drove to work in the pouring rain with my window partially down. Original review: June 23, 2018 My dad had Cadillac for years. The navigation system is easy once you get used to programming it and Cadillac just sent an updated map disk apparently just to be nice.
Primary Use: Commuting to work. I guess trade it in on another sucker to deal with. Also, the lease terms have too few miles included. A high-end Chrysler Pacifica may be a contender as well. The engine is mated to a five-speed automatic featuring quick and crisp shifts, especially in manual mode. That middle seat, by the way, may be the best in its class--generous leg- and headroom, space for your feet under the front seats, firm thigh support, cushions two inches taller than in the front. I just think Cadillac forgot about some of the details.
It is now broken again at 13,000 miles. Before I was able to get my car back, I told the service staff I will come back at seven, but she already left with other staffs by the time I called at 6:30. That mouthful of a word refers to a type of fluid that contains microscopic-sized metal particles. The plastic posts had broken off. I just won't be the first owner any future ones that end up in my garage. What's more, our samples were luxury-sedan quiet, generating slim wind or road roar up to 70 mph.
Welcome to the Luxury Car Report! It has plenty of power and luxury options. It is a bit of a gas guzzler though. . This happened the moment I drove it off of lot from dealership that was paid to replace it. Luggage space is about average for the class. Further, the lack of lumbar adjustment and the omission of a telescoping steering wheel are glaring oversights in this price range. Finally after the second time somebody almost hit me at night I knew something was amiss.