Going more than a decade without one, Cadillac added a two-passenger sports car to its lineup for 2004. Named the XLR, the retractable-hardtop coupe gave Cadillac a luxury roadster with a performance-oriented chassis and structure.An all-new 4.6-liter Northstar V-8 went into the XLR. Cadillac pro... Read Full Report
Gazing out over the long, sharp-edged hood of the 2006 Cadillac XLR-V, you might ask: Is this a sports car?Sitting as low as you do in the car's firm leather driver's seat, the answer has to be yes.Yet considering you are at the wheel of nearly 2 tons of steel (and lots of aluminum just to keep from adding even more weight), you have to wonder how it is possible.But then hit the gas -... Read full review for the 2006 Cadillac XLR
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Shopped the Mercedes SL500, Porshe 911, and the new Vette... the XLR is the definite value car among this group. With all the features, styling, and a convertible hard top, you just cannot beat the XL... Read Full Review
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