Last of the great Cadillac's
Electronic control unit and the coolant temperature unit failed around 92000 miles.
Rear springs had to be replaced at 125000 miles along with the shocks.
Radiator replaced around 100000 miles.
Water pump replaced around 106000 along with all belts and hoses.
Front shocks replaced at 110000 miles.
Brakes, exhaust and tires have all been replaced, but I consider these normal maintenance items.
Car still a pleasure to own and drive. Excellent dealer support.
A thinly disguised version of the Chevy Nova, you'd never know it when you drove one. Although more expensive than any other Cadillac in that era it sold well despite being the smallest car in the line. Its quick, quiet, and handles well for such a heavy car. Not a cheap car to maintain, this model Seville is probably the most reliable model they have ever made. Its my pride and joy.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 15th March, 2003