Are old Cadillacs reliable cars?
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    Are old Cadillacs reliable cars?

    I've been buying and driving older Cadillac cars for many years. There are a lot of good ones out there that are well maintained and in good mechanical condition, but just like any Porsche Piwis Tester II other used car, you need to know what you are buying. There's not a huge demand for older Cadillacs, so they can be found for a good price, but they also will use more gasoline than your average little Japanese import.

    My 1979 Coupe Deville has a 425 Porsche 2 cubic inch fuel injected engine and gets around 16 MPG, while my 1999 Seville SLS with the 4.6 liter Northstar V-8 gets about 24 MPG on the highway.

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