Cadillac Fleetwood on 2040-cars
Summerville, California, United States
eMail me for more details : firstname.lastname@example.org Original Low Miles Clean 1966 Cadillac Fleetwood, If you are looking fora clean original 1966 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham this is a GREAT example! Well taken care since new with only 79,850 documented original miles. The moment you open the doors to see the interior it is like a time capsule going back to 1966.There are no cracks on the dash, no rips in the seats, no tears in the headliner, no stains on the carpet, and the original interior trim and wood paneling look like new. The exterior paint looks very nice to this day. You will be proud to show off this Cadillac anywhere. It drives as you would expect from a well taken care of low mileage original. Excellent power from the engine that was completely rebuilt at 56,140 miles with no noise or smoke. The engine compartment looks amazing and is like new as well. The transmission shifts great through each gear while the brakes stops as you would expect. it steers straight and does not wander at all. All of the automatic windows (8) all work, hornworks, radio works, AC blows nice and cold, power seats work, and is a joy to cruise down the road with family and friends in comfort. Please view the pictures below and see for yourself. I can help with your shipper so that it gets loaded and on its way to you. Please see my feedback and buy with confidence.
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Auto blogTue, 05 Feb 2013
BMW's innovative iDrive was introduced in 2001, and a dozen years later, automakers are still learning hard lessons about what consumers want in their infotainment systems. In response to owner feedback - and a few media drubbings - about the delayed and occasionally fickle responses of its CUE (short for Cadillac User Experience) system, Cadillac has told Wired that it's going to issue an update this year.
Coming for the XTS and ATS, the new software will mean quicker haptic feedback to driver inputs on the touchscreen and the buttons, and snappier responses on screen. Down the road, Cadillac's VP of marketing says that a different mix of screen controls and hard buttons is "something you'll be seeing in the future" - the system is presently a mix of touchscreen-based controls and capacitive-touch switchgear - there are no knobs or physical pushbuttons to speak of, and the omission of both has proven to be a divisive issue among consumers and industry pundits.
Cadillac hasn't provided a date for when the CUE update will be issued, but it has indicated that the service will be performed by dealers, not sent wirelessly.
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That car would likely boast a more potent version of the Voltec powertrain that motivates the Volt and ELR. This next-generation system is still sometime off, though, and won't likely arrive until the second-generation Volt hits the market.
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"We're going to take it to a place [New York] to change the way that we do business around the brand of Cadillac." - Mark Reuss
General Motors product chief Mark Reuss elaborated Tuesday on Cadillac's move to New York in 2015, saying it will "elevate" the brand and allow it to reach new customers.