This car should be looked at as a last resort
When I first bought the car, I drove it for less than three minutes and the heater core exploded while I was driving. Had to put it in the shop: 81 dollars for the heater core plus tax, and 236 dollars for the labor.
Shortly after picking it up from the shop three days later, on a Monday, the inlet line from the transmission to the radiator cracked open; spraying all of the transmission fluid over the road. I had a hard time that week.
During the entire time I had the car, it ran hot every time I drove it, and I only drove it less than ten miles every day.
The radiator cracked on the car as I was driving one day.
The electrical wiring is not correctly assembled.
The cooling fan does not work any more.
The water pump comes on every three to four days.
The Cadillac Seville 1992 runs over 250 degrees so often, you would think that running hot was its full time job.
Oh, I checked to make sure that it wasn't the thermostat, and it is missing; as in not there.
The speaker system does not work, except for the rear dock speaker over the passenger side.
The trunk does not shut all the way.
The windshield spray does not spray.
Oh yes, it's a V-8. I will not buy another Cadillac; wouldn't care if it was the better looking car.
The car is overall a bad car. This is my experience. I wish it was different.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 12th May, 2012