Power, luxury, and size: this 1995 Cadillac Sedan DeVille
represents the last generation of the large classic Caddys. So when
you can find a low mileage example, the value goes beyond the
fuel-injected V8 under the hood and the well-coordinated luxury
This seventh-generation DeVille is arguably the final showing for
classic Cadillac style. After all, this was the last one to still
have the tailfin-like blades as part of the rear design, and that's
a tradition that connected it with your favorite Caddys of the
'60s. This example has only averaged about 2,100 miles annually,
and so not only is the white paint suspected to be the original
application, but it also has the radiance you want from a premium
sedan like this. And what really sets this apart is the upper
classic look of the deep blue fabric top and its matching
full-length pinstripe. Plus, the ornate lattice wheels, upgraded
waterfall grille, and shining waist trim encircling the whole car
gives this just the right amount of brightwork to appear modern
while also respecting Cadillac's tradition.
The blue and white theme continues inside, too. It's impressive in
the details, like how the white leather seats have dark blue
seatbelts and piping. And the plush blue floor mats have white
edging. You can see this thoughtful total package so well, because
low-mileage means a fresh style inside. There's seating for up to
six, but the driver is always king. With a fold-down armrest and
power front seats, it's easy to get comfortable in this Caddy. And
the full digital gauge package has a cool look while providing
clear info. Plus, it's loaded with all the right features,
including automatic climate control, power windows, power locks,
power mirrors, dual airbags, keyless entry, and the factory's
premium AM/FM/cassette stereo. The trunk has enough room for you to
have a month-long getaway that includes the golf clubs. And of
course, it closes with Cadillac's famously easy electric latch.
A proper Cadillac gets V8 power under the hood. The 4.9-liter unit
is a long-standing high-feature motor. This was the largest of the
series, and it comes with a maintenance file that helps prove it
has been kept correctly. Fuel injection means modern dependability,
and the four-speed automatic transmission means overdrive comfort.
Plus, with a fully independent suspension, power steering, and
four-wheel disc brakes, this may look like a vintage Cadillac, but
it has some very modern moves.
The sale not only comes with the maintenance records, but also the
owner's manual. You're looking at a low-mileage luxury sedan that's
vintage in its appearance, and modern everywhere you want it.
That's an unbeatable package that you need to get your hands on
right now. Call today!!!