This is the 48th car I have owned since I started driving in 1971. It is by far the nicest car I have had to date, and those include BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Audi and other Cadillacs. It's not just one thing in particular about the DTS, it's the entire package. It is powerful, rides extremely well, handles very well, is sublimely comfortable and quiet, and it gets pretty decent fuel economy considering it is a fairly heavy car with a powerful 292 hp V-8 engine. (A recent ride in the country resulted 24 mpg). Genuine wood on the dash, console and steering wheel as well as supple air-conditioned, massaging leather seats are other luxury items that I think are awesome.
The Cadillac also has, in my opinion, a presence on the road and history that few other cars can match. It is a car one can be very proud to own, and I also like the fact that it is made right here in the USA! And as far as what you get for the price, the Cadillac is a "bargain" when you consider the price-point of other luxury cars.
I am looking forward to many miles of motoring pleasure in my newly acquired Cadillac DTS.
Excellent Cadillac DTS
2007 Cadillac DTSdavid - Chicago, IL11/29/2009
I purchased this 2007 Cadillac DTS with the luxury package and the performance and ride is excellent. The DTS is a great value for the purchase price.
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