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Cadillac Deville 1997

The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view

By Larry Printz on April 5, 1997

By now you've seen the commercials for Cadillac's new Catera, a car being advertised as a different sort of Cadillac. It's small, like the Cimarron. Well, this review isn't ... Read More
TheMercuryNews.com's view

By Ann Job on March 13, 1997

They don't usually make them like this anymore. Then again, they didn't really make them like this in the first place. I'm talking about big American luxury cars — y... Read More
KansasCity.com's view

By Tom Strongman on March 5, 1997

There's something reassuring about driving a car that will call for help if you have an accident. That's right, even if you are injured, or unconscious, the car will call for help and... Read More
Detroit Newspapers's view

By Tony Swan on November 7, 1996

The DeVille has suffered its share of criticism in the last decade as the last of Cadillac's traditional American luxury sedans. One look at its vast dimensions, two-ton curb weight and form... Read More
IndyStar.com's view

By George Moore on September 15, 1996

Almost since its inception, the Cadillac image has been that of a big, rear- wheel drive motor car that was synonymous with luxury and the good life.For 1997, this continues in the form of a new D... Read More