Gateway Classic Cars of Atlanta is proud to present this 1989
Cadillac DeVille. The name "DeVille" is derived from the French de
la ville or de ville meaning "of the town".For the 1985 model year,
DeVille switched to GM's new FWD C-body platform. The front cover
of the brochure advertised the new cars as the "Cadillac of
Tomorrow". These new models were significantly smaller externally
yet kept almost identical interior dimensions as their
predecessors. This change also brought nearly the entire Cadillac
line of cars to front-wheel drive. 1989 introduced an extensive
exterior redesign which included a longer 113.8-inch wheelbase for
sedans. The 155 hp (116 kW) 4.5-liter powerplant (introduced just a
year earlier), dashboard, and the front doors (on both the coupe
and sedan) were about the only items that carried over - even the
luggage compartment was over 2 cubic feet (0.057 m3) larger than
previous years. Of special note were the composite (plastic) front
fenders that resisted parking-lot dings and dents and weighed less
than their steel counterparts. Previously optional equipment that
was made standard for 1989 included electrically powered outside
mirrors and the AM/FM/cassette player stereo. Options on this 1989
Cadillac DeVille include: Air Conditioning, AM/FM Radio, Anti-Lock
Brakes, Cassette Deck, Leather Interior, Power Brakes, Power
Steering, Power Windows, Power Seats, Power Mirrors, Cruise
Control, Drivers Airbag, Radial Tires, Rear Defogger, Seat Belts,
and Tilt-Steering Wheel.
1989 Cadillac Deville
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