How much is a Cadillac Seville worth?

How much is a Cadillac Seville worth?

The value of a used 1999 Cadillac Seville ranges from $207 to $2,409, based on vehicle condition, mileage, and options. Get a free appraisal here.

Is Cadillac Seville a good car?

SeVille owners have made 42 complaints over 15 model years. Using our PainRankā„¢ system we’ve ranked it 9th in overall reliability out of 22 Cadillac models , with real engine and electrical concerns.

What is a Cadillac Seville?

The Seville was manufactured by Cadillac between 1975 and 2004 as a smaller-sized, premium model. It was replaced by the STS in 2004.

Is a Cadillac STS a Seville?

STS stands for Seville Touring Sedan. The STS was the high-performance version of the Seville from 1989 until 2004. In 2005 the Seville was renamed STS. Cadillac also sold a version called the SLS, for Seville Luxury Sedan.

Is the 1994 Cadillac DeVille in good shape?

They car has been great. Ride is superior to anything I ever had. Handles well and has power to take on the mountains of PA. It is in excellent shape, so I store it in the winter. This 20 year old car is better than most newer cars I have ever owned. Cannot wait for late April to take it out of storage. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

When did the short deck Cadillac de Ville change?

The short-deck hardtop Town Sedan was moved from the DeVille series to the Series 6200, being replaced by a short-deck Park Avenue. In addition all short deck Cadillac models went from being 6-window sedans in 1961 to 4-window sedans in 1962 and 1963.

What was the price of a Cadillac de Ville in 1984?

Because of a delay in production of the new front-drive DeVilles (which were now going to be 1985 models), 1984 was a re-run for the rear-wheel-drive Coupe de Ville ($17,140) and its four-door companion, the popular Sedan de Ville ($17,625).

When did the first Cadillac model come out?

From 1902 to the modern day, Cadillac, a division of General Motors, has introduced many models with differing engines to establish itself as the premier luxury car in the United States. Full-size luxury sedan based on GM Omega platform. Discontinued in North America in 2020.