2005 CADILLAC CTS
Took a few months to research the 2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V. Years ago I owned a 2000 Pontiac TransAM WS6. Loved that car. Decided wanted something with similar power. This CTS-V does not disappoint. Has plenty of power with the LS6. The handling is amazing. I have only owned the car for a few weeks but have seen .88G in a few curves.
Not the best at MPG. I have seen as high as 23 MPG on the highway if you keep your foot out of it. Have seen as low as 9.5 MPG when putting my foot in it in the city. But, let's be serious, people do not buy this car for a high MPG rating. They buy it for the fun it is to drive and it delivers there in spades.<br>
by JIM FOUCH
2005 CADILLAC DEVILLE
I was looking for a relatively low-milage Cadillac that I could afford. This car fit the bill. By the time I drove it from Maryland to Washington State it had about 76,000 miles on it, and I knew I'd made a good decision in purchasing it. I love the quiet and comfortable ride, the spaciousness, and especially the heated steering wheel and heated/cooled seat. On the way home it was 14 degrees below zero in Wyoming. After a night in the motel, that car was cold to climb into. But my hands, back and behind were immediately warm... Love it!
2000 CADILLAC DEVILLE
Family use, I was looking for a used Buick but when I was the trunk space in this car I changed my mind. It was 7 years old when I bought it for about $9500. it ran relatively trouble free for about 4 years after that, but the repairs started mounting. it has 238,000 mile and still runs but it needs a new head gasket and some suspension work.
Feature the family appreciates are seat warmers driver and 3 passenger. Comfortable seating front and rear. smooth ride. All window at a single touch can go down automatically. Very good traction control in snow.
Negatives, repair costs in later years and they keep mounting. probably a good idea not to keep it for much more than 180,000 miles.
2005 CADILLAC ESCALADE
The ride is way better than my Tahoe or my newer Yukon. Handles nicer too.
by R FARRAR
2008 CADILLAC DTS
Bought it for comfort especially on long drives. Its size and weight make it take bumps well. As you would expect with 8 cylinders, city mileage is 18 mpg, road - 23.