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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Melbourne Cadillac CT6 sighting hints at Australian future

Michael Simcoe scores top GM design job

From sketching Holden Commodores to designing every car in the General...Read more

The amazing art of car design

Exhibition celebrates special concept cars that introduced stunning design...Read more

Cadillac coming to Australia

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Ghostbusters car rotting away

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Carmakers rev up China sales drive

As car executives arrive in Shanghai for the biggest car show in the...Read more

Cadillac coming to Australia again - maybe

It could be third time lucky for Cadillac in Australia. General Motors is...Read more

GM celebrates 85 years of styling

It's June 1927 and Alfred Sloan, Chairman of the growing General...Read more

Is Cadillac ATS a threat to Holden Commodore

How do you launch a rear-wheel drive car as your flagship model when it...Read more
1957 Cadillac four-door hardtop

Would you like a Louis Vuitton handbag with that car

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American classic cars a bargain

... up to half their price two years ago.
The interest is fed by the...Read more

Cadillac ATS may see Australia

The Koreans starred, the Japanese mounted a comeback, and One Ford hit...Read more

Cadillac ATS a rival to BMW 3

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