Cadillac Reviews

Founded in America more than a century ago Cadillac was once the standard against which Americans measured luxury and style. Americans aspired to own a Cadillac more than any other brand. Part of the giant General Motors Corporation, Cadillac is not currently represented in Australia, but a number of importers are selling a select few models, including coupes, roadsters, SUVs and large pickups.

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