2001 Cadillac Catera from North America
Tires, transmission, radiator, sensors, dash lights constantly goes out, car can't be lined up, due to the car being on the wrong frame per manufacturer.
Gaskets, radio, coolant jug replaced 3 times, and oil leaks
This is the worst car GM has ever made. I've had nothing but problems since I brought this car. I have to constantly buy tires because they wear so quickly.
I brought 1000,000 miles warranty, then the warranty company filed bankruptcy and the dealership wouldn't help me out on the repairs.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 1st January, 2009
1st Jan 2009, 15:40
This car came close to putting Cadillac out of business.
6th Sep 2009, 22:04
The Cadillac Catera is a German made car. It is made by Opel, a subsidiary of GM. It is called "Opel Omega" in Europe.
The car was designed to run on German "Autobahn", roads in Germany that has no speed limits. The wheel alignment causes the tires to wear quickly on North American roads.
I recommend you have your car look at by mechanics with good background on European cars. In the US, you can find mechanics from eastern Europe who grew with those German made cars.