1994 Cadillac Fleetwood 5.7 from North America


The car is one of a kind


Well a few things have gone wrong, but nothing that I shouldn't expect since it does have 192,000 miles.

My fuel pump just went up today (6/24/06), and the drivers side (CDC) converter is clogged up. But that's really it.

General Comments:

I have to say it's a very good car - well made. It has very good hp, handles very good, and it's so comfortable. It has all the power I need.

I love my car. Everywhere I go, people tell me how good the car looks. I had a lot of people want to buy it from me, but I can't seem to part with it. I'm going to keep it as long as I can, even if I have to put another engine in, I will.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know

Review Date: 24th June, 2006

21st Sep 2009, 02:06

I have a 1993 Limited Edition triple black Fleetwood. I get almost 30 mpg on long interstate drives and 20 mpg around local trips consistently. I agree with your review.

1994 Cadillac Fleetwood LT1-350 from North America


This car has a lot of potential and I will exploit it to the max


I replaced the water pump at 157,000 miles.

General Comments:

This car acclerates surprisingly fast for a 4,000+ pound car.

The interior is very comfortable.

I now have 162,000 miles on it and it runs perfect.

The engine has never been rebuilt and I have no problems with the car whatsoever.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 6th February, 2004

1994 Cadillac Fleetwood Sedan 5.7 Litre V8 from North America


The closest to perfect that you can get


Nothing has gone wrong with the car.

It is a very well built, American luxury car.

General Comments:

This car has excellent speed and handling, and can go from 0 to 60 in about 7 seconds.

The interior is extremely comfortable, and has ample room for me (I am 6'3).

I really like the digital instruments and the electronic climate control.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 24th September, 2003

8th Jul 2004, 00:22

I have to somewhat agree with the above comment. These Fleetwoods are the same car mechanically as the Chevy Caprice and Buick Roadmaster, which is not neccessarily a bad thing considering the high reliability. Being a Caddy though, that's just sad. I find the '93-'96 Fleetwood to be a perfectly nice full-size, V8 powered, American luxury sedan. Compared to every other Cadillac of this age, the Fleetwood is just not a Caddy. The luxury aspect compared to the other models is a joke. It has the largest and LEAST powerful engine, with a 5.7L 260hp engine. However, of all Cadillacs, the Fleetwood would be my choice. It's the most economical model, cheapest and easiest to repair, and is still quite luxurious for a car, overall. It's worth living without the notoriously expensive to fix, gas guzzling "Northstar" engine. The 5.7L in the Fleetwood (although generic to GM) is a much better choice from a performance, reliability, and fuel economy standpoint. Think of the Fleedwood as Cadillacs entry luxury sedan.