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4.4 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 5 reviews
1996 Cadillac Seville Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 5 reviews
The Cadillac Seville caught its breath in 1996 after going through some serious changes the previous few years. The only new aspects to the midsize sedan revolved around minor adjustments to the dashboard and interior. The 1996 Seville comes in 2 trims: the SLS and the sportier STS. Both trims use a 4.6 L V8 engine with 4 speed automatic transmission. The SLS packs 275 horses under its hood while the STS packs 300 hp.
Other features have stayed the same from previous years. Gas consumption runs from 17 mpg in the city to 26 mpg on the highway. The '96 Seville seats 5 and has 4 doors. Standard features include air conditioning, power windows, power door locks, and ABS brakes. Sunroof comes optional on both trims. Leather seats come standard on the STS.
Overall, it appears that Seville owners have a choice to make. The car performs and handles as well as it always has. However, drivers report oil leakage and mechanical problems after a few years of use. Make sure to do your homework before you buy a used Seville.
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Cadillac Seville Questions
My 1996 Cadillac Seville Won't Shift Into Overdrive. Any Suggestions???
When driving 45 mph or less the car operates at about 1800 rpm. 55 = 2100 rpm 65 = 2500 rpm 75 = 3100 rpm The transmission starts to get hot at speeds above 55 mph. If I stay off the interstate th...
My A/c Wont Turn On?when I Hit The A/c Button Nothing Happens ,just Reads (...
96 Seville SLS climate control with passenger controls. A/C wont work just had system charged button dont work just reads A/C OFF Mechanic says I need A/C programmer(big box under dash behind glove ...
Abs Warning Light Coming On. What Does This Mean
Location Of Abs Sensor 1996 Cad Seville
What Makes My 1996 Cad Seville Sls Hard To Start During Below 40 Degree Tem...
Just won't start during 40 or lower degree temps. But will above these temps.