2005 Cadillac DeVille Base 4.6L Northstar V8 from North America


The pinnacle of American auto capability


Typical window regulator problem. Had the driver window regulator break and the window sunk into the door rapidly, then would not come back up. Dealer replaced the regulator unit with no questions, and quickly as well.

General Comments:

Nothing I have ever driven in my life, rides as smooth and confidently as this Deville. It has a VERY strong engine that has no problem pulling you back in your seat, constituting an ear to ear grin.

On the highway at 65-70 I get 26-28 MPG easily. Horsepower of a Camaro, fuel economy of a Honda Accord. Comfort of a leather La-Z-Boy recliner. What more could you ask for?

This car is a definite worthwhile purchase. Take a test drive of one, you will agree.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 25th November, 2007

4th Mar 2014, 20:31

I get between 28 and 32 MPG on trips, depending on the terrain, with my 2005 Deville.

2005 Cadillac DeVille from North America


This car is amazing, and I won't buy another one for a long time


No problems - only bought in January.

General Comments:

I personally love this car, I couldn't change her in any way.

I used to own a Buick LeSabre from 2003, but I found the miles per gallon to be a little too low for my job in the city, so I researched and came up with this beauty.

I have since added a few new features, such as 19 inch alloy wheels, a satellite navigation kit and a multi track 8-CD changer.

The seats are really comfy to sit in, especially on long journeys, and the transmission is superb, wherever I drive it.

She is seriously quick off the mark, with a high top speed, and she doesn't guzzle gas, which is important to me.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 13th June, 2005

13th Jun 2005, 18:22

This review seems very fishy. The author claims a 2003 Buick Lesabre with a 3.8L series II V6 gets worse mileage then a 2004 Cadillac Deville with a 4.6L Northstar V8. Not to mention the Cadillac weighs about 500 lbs more and has a much more aggressively geared differential. I believe the reviewer has his story mixed up. I personally own both vehicles and can tell you the Lesabre gets (28) close to its EPA rating of 29 MPG, and the Deville gets around 18-19 MPG. Not close to its EPA rating. (24)