1984 Cadillac Cimarron 4 door 2 litre from North America
A baby Mercedes at a bargain price!
Replaced Water pump, hoses, belts, brakes and alternator. Very little else besides routine maintenance.
This has been a great little luxury car. A very solid, comfortable vehicle with great acceleration and crisp handling. Though derived from the Chevy Cavalier (another great car), the Cimmaron has many exclusive Cadillac touches such as sumptuous leather seating, leather wrapped steering wheel, distinctive Cadillac grille and taillights, factory alloy wheels and deluxe dash. This car is destined to become a highly sought after classic.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 13th August, 2004
First, never use the words "Mercedes" and "Cimarron" in the same sentence.
At least the reviewer acknowledges that the Cimarron was "derived from" the Cavalier--yeah, it had Cadillac touches in the steering wheel, dash and taillight design... but it was still a J-car: a fwd economy car.
The prediction that the Cimarron will become a "highly sought after classic" is so laughable that it needs no rebuttal. The only ones who will be seeking this car would be those who want to remind Cadillac of this embarrassment.
Maybe someday Michael Moore will make a "documentary" about it.