800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Fuel-injected V8 power, true full-size luxury, and an exceptionally maintained low-mileage appearance makes this 1989 Cadillac Sedan DeVille the kind of classic that offers far more value than just its affordable price.
This is the right year for many DeVille buyers. 1989 introduced a longer version of this generation, and so you have grander proportions to this grand touring Cadillac. And this one really gets the upper-class look of a full-size machine correct. The two tone with an upper blue and lower gray section are nice harmonizing colors that both have a metallic element to make them look terrific in the sunshine. A full-size Cadillac sedan wouldn't look proper without a vinyl roof, and the coordinating shade of blue just added to this car's sophistication. There's even a full-length white pinstripe. The sheetmetal is crisp with distinction; the bumpers are bright; the lenses are clear; and all the gold-style trim radiates with elegance. It's exactly how you would expect a car that has averaged less than 2,100 miles annually.
The best luxury cars make sure the pinstripe is a preview of the interior. In fact, while the white takes over as the dominant color, the deep blue returns on the carpeting and dash to give this a well-coordinated look with the exterior. The white leather seats are the kind of upper-class stylishness that remain an expensive option on the best luxury cars today. So it's nice to see them well-presented in this classic Cadillac. The longer wheelbase means even more room for people to spread out. You can choose to seat six, or fold down the armrests in both rows to give four people individual limo-like comfort. Of course in a car like this, the driver is a king. Your seat power adjusts to the ideal position. The controls are all put in easy reach for power windows, power locks, power mirrors, and automatic A/C climate control. The tilt steering column gives you a clear view to the digital dash that has a cool blue glow for everything from the trip computer to the speedometer. There's even an upgraded AM/FM/CD with a USB input and Bluetooth so that you can enjoy the best in modern driving music.
Another reason why this model year is so important is because the fuel-injected V8 was recently enlarged to 4.5-liters. This is believed to be the original motor, and it has the look of proper care. And the way this fires up easily and idles smoothly reaffirms the understanding of its well-kept life. The four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive gives it great off-the-line response and pleasant highway manners. And cruise control means this classic Caddy remains a great long-distance tourer. Add in power steering, power front disc brakes, and a fully independent suspension that's supple yet athletic, and you get a competent car that loves the grand touring experience.
This is the well-preserved and well-presented fuel-injected Caddy sedan. A well-priced modern classic like this won't stay around for long. Call now!
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