Great car. Please Cadillac, don't dump the V8.
I am second owner. As with others, I found out it had a bent wheel. I replaced with a new wheel, but also had to replace right front tie rod and ball joint, $432 later, and $358 for the wheel.
Had to replace another wheel, that was bad a casting, another $358.
Leaking drive shaft, so I replaced both, and one rebuilt was bad, and the car shook on takeoff. Replaced by a tire dealer and no more problems.
I would advise some people with vibration to check the drive-shafts, even if not leaking, also possible out of round tires, and rotate 180 degrees to see if vibration disappears.
I am learning by repair, and would like to compare notes with others with similar problems.
I learned to drive with my dad's 1954 Cadillac Fleetwood new, and this is the first Cadillac that rides with comfort.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 12th February, 2009