1993 Cadillac DeVille sedan deville from North America
The best man-made object ever
Nothing has went wrong with my car it's a very reliable car and I love it.
This car is a cruiser and it get wonderful gas mileage and it's a beast on the interstate. The interior will put you to sleep cause it's so comfortable. Just gotta love cadillac's.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 21st December, 2005
21st Dec 2005, 20:14
The 4.9 is a wonderful motor, just make sure you flush the coolant yearly and put in the GM coolant supplement pellets. If you don't do this, the car will leak coolant through the block! My '92 Sedan deVille has this problem because the previous owners neglected it.
www.Cadillacforums.com is a great Cadillac Owners site!
21st Dec 2005, 20:20
Well, the review is devoid of anything resembling useful information, but the title? It boggles (yes, boggles) the mind to think that the pinnacle of man's achievements in the field of manmade objects including all works of art, all buildings and all vehicles including spacecraft... is a run of the mill GM sedan that is no longer even being made.
31st Mar 2006, 19:49
I don't agree with this heinous comment: the 1993 Cadillac Sedan Deville is the best man-made object ever. I wish they would still make Cadillacs the same way as a 1993--long tail lights and a luxurious beast. Unfortunately they are making them smaller and the trademark tail lights are now like any other cars, but they are still Cadillacs and Cadillacs will live on they ain't no stoppin' them.
10th Jun 2006, 03:23
The caddies are nice, but the best man-made (automotive) object ever is a 1984 Olds 98 Regency Brougham with the 1983's bumper assembly.
10th Sep 2006, 23:49
I think the best man-made (automotive) object ever is probably more like a Bentley Continental or a Maserati Quattroporte... But the Cadillac in question is surely one of the best _American-made mass-market_ cars ever (along with its Roadmaster and Caprice cousins).