A Cadillac that never failed
Plugs and wires at 83,000 miles.
Water Pump as always on any Cadillac I owned, this one went at about 110,000 miles.
Air conditioning compressor and dryer at 128,000 miles.
Front Wheel bearing assemblies replaced at 134,000 miles.
New front struts at 134,000 miles. I replaced with Monroe Sensa-Trac struts. This car had speed sensitive suspension and dealer struts are $823.00 a strut.
At 167,000 miles the vinyl on the door panel cracked. It cracked along the fake stitching.
This is a great car. It never broke down on me. I take the same care of it as I do all my cars. Oil change every 3,000 miles with Mobil 1 Synthetic along with a Mobil 1 oil filter. Engine uses no oil at 169,000 miles.
This car does not have the quality in the steering components as my 1999 Lexus ES300. It seems the Cadillac has more play in the steering than the Lexus. However, the car is solid and drives great.
When you put new non-electronic struts on you will get a warning that the suspension needs serviced since the electronic struts are gone. GM makes a relay you can install to make this message go away.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 3rd August, 2005