During General Motors' acquiring spree they got their hands on a little gem of automobile manufacture, namely Cadillac, which was founded from the remnants of the Henry Ford Company in 1902 as the Cadillac Automobile Company. From its inception, Cadillac prided itself on its precision manufacturing and reliability. After general Motors' takeover, the company kept the same ethos and made Cadillac it's luxury vehicle division. Cadillac produced many memorable and ahead-of-its-time vehicles, one of these being the Cadillac Fleetwood which was originally used as a variant prefix. The Cadillac Fleetwood became a standalone model from 1985 to 1996. Up for grabs is a 1995 Cadillac Fleetwood with a host of new parts and ready for its new home.
After eight years of producing your run-of-the-mill luxury sedan, Cadillac decided they wanted to join a high-performance party and saw that the CTS platform was perfect. In 2010, Cadillac introduced the CTS-V, a high-performance sedan variant. With the introduction of the second-generation CTS-V, Bob Lutz, then GM Vice Chairmen, entertained the idea of a wagon version of the car, believing that it would offer the perfect balance of power and practicality. This 2014 Cadillac CTS-V wagon is a product of that vision and is currently up for sale.
One of the most prolific names in the United States, the Cadillac Eldorado was produced from 1952 to 2002, across twelve generations. It's the hallmark of American opulence, a veritable land yacht for the well-heeled. This 1976 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible Restomod hails from the ninth generation that ran between 1971 and 1978. This garage-kept example is said to have 6,700 original miles and has reportedly undergone a total restoration that includes an engine rebuild. It's also got some modern creature comforts to bring it in line with the 21st century.
The Cadillac de Ville nameplate first appeared as a stand-alone model in 1958. Before that, it was seen as early as 1949 as a trim level on the popular Series 62 of America's flagship luxury automaker. The de Ville would run for eight generations before bowing out in 2005. For sale, today is a 1991 Cadillac de Ville with a reported 25,000 original miles under its wheels. That's indeed amazing, as you can see from the pictures as well. If you're keen to try out a slice of old-school American luxury that's still got some modern creature comforts seen today, this Caddy is your ticket.
The Cadillac XLR was the American luxury brand's sport luxury two-seat roadster from 2004 to 2009. Built in Bowling Green, Kentucky, it shares a platform with the C6 Corvette. The XLR marked several firsts for Cadillac, including their first car to have radar-guided adaptive cruise control and the first to offer heated plus cooled seats. This 2006 Cadillac XLR is from the 2007 model year and has traveled a healthy 132,000 miles to get here. If you're looking for a V8-powered slice of American luxury with a drop-top to boot, buy this car now! Only 15,460 XLRs were built in total, so you're in good company.
Browsing through the marketplace for luxury SUVs, you will find more manufacturers catering to a growing market. You can't beat a Cadillac Escalade regardless of which manufacturer makes their entrance. Built with luxury and class in mind, examples like this 2021 Cadillac Escalade 4WD Premium Luxury proves how far the Escalade marque has come. With a reported 3,000 miles on the clock, this luxury cruiser is practical and luxurious in one neat package.
The Cadillac CTS is an entity like no other. Offered for a higher-up segment of automotive enthusiasts that might not want the impracticality of a sports car but don't want to compromise on the look and feel of one, it's a car that is a great all-rounder. It's practical, very attractive, powerful, and a lot of fun to drive. You might not be breaking any land speed records, but that's not the point with this type of vehicle. This 2018 Cadillac CTS Sedan features a turbocharged engine that has clocked only 18,500 miles. It has plenty of comfort options, including the preferred equipment group and seating package. It's a car that gets the job done and does it with personality. Now, this black beauty is ready to be claimed by a new owner, and perhaps you might be the right suitor.
Introduced in 1940, the Series 62 was initially meant to be a slight bump up from the Series 61, an entry-level offering by Cadillac. The Series 62 quickly gained the crowd's admiration, and its popularity opened the gates for Cadillac to introduce even more models, such as the Eldorado and Coupe de Ville. This specific fourth-generation Series 62 has reportedly been fully restored with 100% of its original parts and is currently up for sale.
De Ville is French for “of the town”, and Cadillac envisioned their DeVille line-up to be the talk of towns when it drove through. Representing the luxury car maker’s full-size offering, the DeVille entered the scene in 1959, and sported the height of Sixties ostentatiousness. What we’ve got here is a second-generation 1962 Cadillac DeVille Park Avenue with 77,278 miles that the current owner reports to be original mileage.
Back in the 50s, if you wanted to cruise around in style, class, and poise, you never could go wrong with a Cadillac; cars of that era spawned the term "Cadillac standard" due to their engineering prowess and ultra-luxury persona. If you wanted the best Cadillac had to offer, you had to splurge a heavy sum of cash, but you get a land yacht that rivals the best comfortable cruisers of even today! The car we have today represents the Cadillac golden standard; present today in all its glory is this lovely 1957 Cadillac El-Dorado Biarritz. Built to stand out the moment it left its factory floors. This iconic American classic is reported to be one of the 1,800 examples produced that year. This rare bird has just 57,000 miles reported on the clock and is a true 50s beauty waiting to be driven and treasured by its new custodian.
The Cadillac Escalade was the brand's first full-size SUV when it debuted in 1998. Rapidly gaining a cult following thanks to the prevailing pop culture at the time, it remains an American icon and, for many, the default choice of luxury full-size SUV. Now on the fifth generation, each Escalade personifies the American ethos with acres of luxury and space. This 2020 Cadillac Escalade Platinum is a fine fourth-generation example and comes to you with 62,000 miles on the clock. It goes to show how the miles melt away once you're ensconced in its hushed cabin.
Cadillac's flagship Eldorado luxury car saw a remarkable fifty-year production run from 1952 to 2002. Twelve generations were produced during this time. Aimed at the luxury car buyer, the Eldorado always occupied the number one or two spots in Cadillac's hierarchy. This 1975 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible is from the ninth model generation and comes with 112,000 miles on the clock. It's reportedly a 1975 special order for added exclusivity. Would you like to be the new owner of this opulent Seventies land yacht?
Cadillac's luxury roadster offering for the Two Thousands was the XLR. Debuting in 2003 and running until 2009, the XLR shared underpinnings with the C6 generation of the Chevrolet Corvette and was even built at the same Bowling Green plant in Kentucky. As Cadillac's flagship offering, the XLR came packed to the gills with technology, luxury, and a shape that has aged well. Production figures stand at 15,460, so why not buy this late-model 2009 Cadillac XLR that we've got right now? With just 24,000 miles on the clock, it hasn't traveled that far to get to you.
Since its founding in 1908, General Motors has amassed a plethora of divisions to cater to every aspect of vehicular transport. When they acquired Cadillac in 1909, the brand was already an established top-of-the-line luxury car manufacturer. Cadillac is a premier luxury car maker in the US and is highly coveted. From 1986 to 1992, Cadillac introduced the Cadillac Brougham, a full-size luxury car with impressive options and luxury. Up for grabs is a reportedly Cadillac custom build order 1988 Cadillac Brougham with just 61750 miles on the odometer.
Cadillac is a 120-year-old automotive company, and one of America’s premier brands in the industry. Renowned for luxury offerings, its currently owned by General Motors, and has been since 1909. In 2019, the CT5 was introduced in the full-size luxury car segment. Of course, Cadillac do full mental variants with immense power and prowess while still retaining the practicality aspect, which is what this 2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing offers its next lucky owner. Having covered just 2,400 miles, it’s basically a brand new car!
This is the type of car that gently rolls down the street making the crowd of onlookers point their cameras at it. The Cadillac Eldorado’s’ has a grand presence that demands attention. Given this, it doesn’t come as a surprise that it often appeared in music videos and on the big screen in all its majesty and beauty. While it’s hard to expect whopping speed and performance figures from a car that is so vast as the Eldorado, it gave a good competition to its rivals back in the day. The Eldorado was not only a darling in the classic car culture, but it was also near the top of the Cadillac line. If you are among the classic car collectors, you will hardly find a fine example of the 1973 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible like this one. The seller of this Cadi informed us that it had undergone an older restoration prior to being purchased and that the 47,000 displayed miles are believed to be its original mileage.
Cadillac has built a long standing reputation as America’s luxury car maker. In the past, they were known for ostentatious designs on large cars that were akin to land yachts, in size and opulence. Since those heights in the Fifties and Sixties, they have toned it down somewhat, but still produce luxury Americana, with a healthy boot of performance as well. Thus, it was natural when they released their CTS mid-sizer in 2003 that the model would have a high-performance variant, known as the CTS-V. This 2016 Cadillac CTS-V is from the third generation of the nameplate and is reportedly a garage kept example as per the seller. Mileage stands at a light 17,500.
If you want the ultimate American full-sized luxury SUV, the Cadillac Escalade is the model that perfectly epitomizes your desire. It’s been around since 1999, and is currently on the fifth generation. It’s always offered the best technology and luxury, and has seen countless appearances on the silver screen, be it in an action flick or music video. In short, it’s an American icon, and you can purchase one of your very own icons with this 2021 Cadillac Escalade Sport 2WD that we have for sale. It’s got just 19,000 miles on the clock and hasn’t passed its second birthday yet.
The Cadillac Series 40-62 dates back to 1940 and has seen seven generations of prominence. This stunning example of the 1962 Cadillac Series 62 is a member of the final generation of this alluring Series of vehicles, and it is pure nostalgia. A mild face-lift separated the 1962 Cadillac Series 62 from the previous model year. The great condition of this Cadillac gives us cues that it was formerly maintained by a reputable owner. Located in Texas with only 99,876 miles on the clock, this vintage car is a true survivor. This is one of the few collectible cars you can buy will also provide you a dream ride with no shimmies, rattles, or vibrations. It boasts few appropriate upgrades to set this Cadi just right to give miles of smiles for the owner to come.
The Sixties American automotive scene was ablaze with muscle cars and performance; all that Fifties excess of yesteryear was slowly seeing its way out, but not entirely. If you still wanted a comfortable land yacht boasting luxury and class, Cadillac was one manufacturer you could trust to deliver the goods. With demand dropping, it was increasingly challenging to offer massive land yachts in multiple body trims by the late 60s, you would not find a single manufacturer catering to the luxury convertible market, No one, except Cadillac. Cadillac and their DeVille convertible became the only luxury convertible built in America at the time. It was sure a treat to own one. Take a look at this 1968 Cadillac Deville Convertible we have today for instance. With just a reported 80,000 miles on the clock, this is iconic American excess in great shape and form
As of late the top result you can get on typing Cadillac in the Google search engine is Cadillac Escalade. A few decades ago, that would have not been the case if today's Google was available. Cadillac used to specialize in ultra-premium and luxurious cars. Today, the Cadillac Escalade is the king of their lineup. The Cadillac Escalade was introduced in 1998 and is currently on its fifth generation which debuted in 2020. Up for grabs is a 2022 Cadillac Escalade Premium Luxury 4WD with just 500 miles on the clock.
Cadillac entered the SUV market in 1998 with their all-American full-sized SUV. Built in Arlington, Texas, the Escalade embodies the spirit of everything being just that little bit larger in America. This 2021 Cadillac Escalade ESV 4WD Sport is from the latest fifth-generation that debuted in 2021. In case you’re wondering, ESV stands for Escalade Stretch Vehicle. For supreme presence on the road, and a way to carry seven people in luxurious comfort, this vehicle is a great option, having done only 26,000 miles so far.
When purchasing a car, one always looks at reviews and thoughts of automotive journalists. The popular automotive magazine Motor Trend indeed comes to mind when evaluating a vehicle. Chances are, if the car you are searching for is the Motor Trend’s Car Of The Year, it’s definitely something. The Cadillac Series 62 was their first-ever Car Of The Year. Present here in all its glory is a beautiful example of a 1949 Cadillac Series 62. Located in California and with a reported 42,000 miles on the clock, which is said to be the car's original mileage by the current owner. This Cadillac boasts originality and is one car that's undoubtedly set to rise in value in a few years and, better yet a classic that you can enjoy as well.
If you compare the Nineties counterpart of the popular Cadillac Escalade it's hard to not notice the major differences. The modern Cadillac Escalade incorporates practicality like never before, luxury for you and all your passengers, plus jam-packed with technology to keep everyone entertained. Parking the all-new Escalade amongst its older generations showcases how well the marque has grown. Cruise in luxury and practicality with this 2022 Cadillac Escalade Premium Luxury 4WD. Located in Michigan and with just 2,995 miles on the clock, this well-equipped example is the perfect daily and outdoor companion.
A classic Cadillac is a surefire conversation starter. And not many models can challenge the kind of road presence and outright suave of a Cadillac Sedan de Ville. The Cadillac de Ville started life out as trim level, before morphing into its own model line from the “Series 62.” The car featured here is a four-door 1968 Cadillac Sedan de Ville, built with the same wheelbase as its predecessor, but debuting a new design language. The car featured here is a 1968 model produced two years into the third-generation de Ville’s production run. This immaculate example resides in Florida, with 55,000 miles on the clock.
Cadillac’s Eldorado model was introduced in 1952 as the brand’s entrant into the personal luxury car segment. Twelve generations were produced during a fifty-year production run that ended in 2002. Whilst the Eldorado was a rear-wheel-drive vehicle from inception, 1967 was a watershed year that saw drive sent to the front wheels, a trait that stayed all the way until the end. Named after the Spanish words for ‘the gilded one, here’s a 1985 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible from the tenth generation up for sale. It’s a first-owner car that’s got just 2,500 miles on it, making this Florida-based, garage-kept car not only a great classic but a savvy future investment too. Receipts for all work done on it are provided with the sale.
If classic American luxury is what you have your eyes set, then look no further than the Cadillac DeVille. Produced from 1958 to 2005, the DeVilles were characterized by their elegance and luxury throughout the build. Cadillac produced the DeVille for eight generations until its eventual demise in 2005 when thereafter the Deville marque was discontinued and the Cadillac DTS offered in its stead. During the fourth generation of the DeVille production, from 1975 to 1976 a limited number of Coupe DeVilles were converted into a coupe utility with all the extravagance and luxury in place, and what we have to offer you today is one of those cars. A 1976 Cadillac Coupe DeVille Mirage Custom and available to be seen in Keystone State, Pennsylvania.
Cadillac’s CTS nameplate entered the scene in 2002 as the replacement for the Catera in the mid-sized luxury car, or executive car segment. Running through three generations and produced as a sedan, sport wagon and coupe, the CTS nameplate saw the sunset in 2019. What we have here is a 2011 Cadillac CTS V Coupe of the second generation. The second generation premiered at the 2007 North American Auto Show, and debuted a year later. It was the only generation to offer all three body styles. This example comes from Indiana with 59,500 miles on the clock, and a host of upgrades under the skin.
Cadillac is a name that is synonymous with American designed and built luxury vehicles. The brand was created in 1902 and is a division of General Motors, producing sedans, sports cars, and SUVs. The brand was immortalized in film with Clint Eastwood’s 1989 hit ‘Pink Cadillac’, that featured a 1959 Series 62. Elvis Presley also owned a Pink Cadillac. In 2003, Cadillac came out with the XLR two-seat luxury roadster. Produced from 2004 to 2009, this was meant to be their pinnacle model and was built in GM’s Bowling Green, Kentucky plant alongside the Corvette. The XLR is the first Cadillac to feature radar-based adaptive cruise control. Why not treat yourself to a slice of American luxury with this 2008 Cadillac XLR Alpine Edition that we have on sale? It’s got just 38,000 miles on its wheels, and comes from Texas.
Cadillac is among the first automotive brands to be created, and the first North American luxury automaker. Founded in 1902, it is named after Antoine De La Mothe Cadillac, the founder of Detroit. A General Motors brand, Cadillac vehicles have long symbolized the lavish and lengthy American luxury car, with ample space, power, and presence. The Series 62 was their full-size luxury car and enjoyed a production run from 1940 to 1964, spanning seven generations. The most famous Series 62 is the 1959-1960 sixth generation, that features the iconic dual bullet taillights and was featured in the film Pink Cadillac, starring Clint Eastwood. Whilst this 1961 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible is from the seventh generation, it still features the lines and styling cues that made these cars highly desirable and continue to do so. This car comes from Arizona.
Cadillac is America’s luxury car brand, and among the oldest automakers in the world. No surprise, given that it was founded way back in 1902 and recently celebrated its 119th birthday. A General Motors brand, Cadillac was surfing on a wave of popularity and exclusivity in the Fifties and Sixties with models such as the Eldorado. Curiously, the name is sometimes misrepresented as El Dorado, when in fact it is one word, with a lowercase D. This misrepresentation is due to the fact that the name is derived from the mystical South American city of El Dorado. The Eldorado was introduced in 1953 and carried on all the way up to 2002, across eleven generations. The first generation ran for only one model year, before the second generation took over the mantle and ran between 1954 and 1956. We have a 1955 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible up for sale, from Hawaii with just 10,000 miles on the odometer since the reportedly matching-numbers engine and transmission were rebuilt. It’s said to have undergone a full frame-off restoration and is supposed to be 1 of only 1,085 that were built in 1955. It comes with the original keys, as well as photos, receipts, and documentation for the restoration.
The Cadillac XLR started off life in the early 2000s as the American brand's flagship model. Introduced in 2003, this sleek convertible design was put into production during 2004. The XLR had many features unique to the model line. Items such as Bulgari-designed interior instruments came from the factory when you purchased one. At the time, it was made alongside the legendary Chevrolet Corvette, in Kentucky. The 2 cars have similar features - that being the body frame and the bodywork construction. Our subject car is the Cadillac XLR-V, a higher performance version of the iconic sports car. The Cadillac XLR-V was unveiled in grand style during the 2005 New York Auto Show. The performance version was not only limited to an engine upgrade by adding a supercharger but the XLR-V also received upgrades to the brakes and suspension as well. The brakes were shared with the Z51 corvette to ensure drivers had the stopping power needed for the extra power. These tweaks made the Cadillac a real drivers car. The Cadillac XLR-V made for a car to cruise down and enjoy a nice drive on a weekend while not breaking the bank.
The Escalade debuted in 1999, and it was Cadillacs significant first step in the SUV market. It provided home-grown competition to Mercedes-Benz, Ford, Lexus, and even Range Rover. The Cadillac Escalade and its even bigger sibling, the Escalade ESV, are two of the largest full-size SUVs available in the market. They're favored for their combination of performance and luxury. For the 2021 model year, Cadillac welcomes the new Escalade Premium Luxury 4WD that is nothing but a bold and brash Cadillac with a lavish interior that truly wows. Located in New Jersey, this fine example of the 2021 Cadillac Escalade Premium Luxury has only 2200 miles on its clock and carries a host of compelling optional extras.
Cadillac is an auto manufacturer that has been known for its artistry at making outstanding, dramatic, and unforgettable cars. The Cadillac DeVille was originally a trim level and became a separate model that continued the Cadillac "Series 62" model. The name "DeVille" comes from the French words "de la Ville" or "de Ville," which means "of the town," which is plausible since these cars took over the city roads for half a century over eight generations. It's not every day that you'll come across a well-preserved, unique Cadillac such as our subject 1964 Cadillac DeVille Convertible. This point is proven, with the owner stating, "I get stopped everywhere I go asking about the car." It is located in Texas, rebuilt, and comes with the original owner's manual and Cadillac magazines. With just 74000 miles on the odometer, this car represents a rare opportunity to buy a collectible Cadillac.
The Cadillac El Dorado is like the mafia of cars — they stand out, are the flagship of Cadillac luxury, and took over the streets for half a century over twelve generations. The 76’ in particular belonged to the 9th generation of the El Dorado family and was a truly notable edition as its redesigns made it wider and heavier looking compared to the previous generation. This generation was also blessed with a convertible model, a trait unseen since 1966. This 1976 Cadillac El Dorado Convertible is located in New Hampshire and is a stunning example of Cadillac's finest. It’s reported to have been garaged, and all original documentation since its initial purchase comes paired with the car.
The 1953 Cadillac Series 62 belongs to the third generation produced by Cadillac from 1940 to 1964. This model had dramatic styling changes compared to its earlier incarnations. It featured tail fins inspired by the Lockheed P-38 fighter plane, a one-piece rear window, and a windshield without division bars. This excellent example of the 1953 Cadillac series 62 is an ideal, rust-free car located in California. It is well taken care of and in remarkable condition, both inside and out. This Cadillac underwent a frame-on restoration with subtle upgrades made. With only 7000 miles on the rebuild, this rare '53 Cadillac series 62 is a slice of early fifties domestic luxury.
The Cadillac Escalade is a full-size luxury SUV manufactured and engineered by General Motors. Marking the first major entry into the SUV market, the Escalade was introduced for the 1999 model year. The 2018 Cadillac Escalade falls into the fourth generation of Escalade and was offered in three trims: Base, Luxury, and premium. It does an excellent job keeping up with its rivals and still maintains its blinged-out style with its signature vertical exterior light design. This fine example of 2018 Cadillac Escalade features custom styling, which gives subtle improvements to its looks. With an impressive V8 powerhouse, it has done 33875 miles and is located in Florida.
To get this kind of luxury and speed, you’d usually be forced to pay over the odds. But with this Cadillac ATS V, you get luxury motoring with sportscar performance figures. In 2015, Cadillac competed in the ‘Pirelli World Challenge’ with a racecar based on the ATS-V, winning that year’s championship. This example of 2016 Cadillac ATS V is close to stock, with a few subtle modifications that combine with an extensive list of factory options to make this Caddy a very compelling pre-owned buy. Of particular note for the enthusiast buyer is that this particular ATS V features the holy grail of driver involvement: three pedals and a stick shift.
Few cars will come close to the on-road presence commanded by a classic Cadillac. And this 1961 Cadillac Coupe de Ville 2-door hardtop is a perfect example of old-school Americana. Originally a trim level for the Series 62, the 1961 Coupe de Ville was an all-new design for that model year. Featuring luxuries not found on mainstream cars and the unmistakable design language that earned Cadillac a reputation for excellence, this originally-white, numbers-matching specimen has its original service manual, books and receipts to guarantee its history.
This 2018 Cadillac Escalade has only had one owner and is still coming in at only 21,482 miles. One of the most luxurious and well-appointed SUVs that Cadillac makes, this example keeps that aesthetic with a sleek, custom makeover. The classic, elegant Escalade lines are all present on the body, and it strikes the same luxury stance as other Premium SUVs, but with a custom twist and unique styling. The all-black finish is present in every detail, and is carried through around the entire car. Comes with a clean title and clean CarFax report.