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4.5 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 8 reviews
1998 Cadillac Seville Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 8 reviews
Cadillac decided to make some more noticeable changes to the Seville for 1998. More specifically, the midsize sedan shrank from 204 down to 201 inches in length and widened from 60.9 to 62.7 inches. In addition, cargo space increased from 14.4 cubic feet to 15.7. The STS and SLS trims still have 4 doors and seat 5.
Gas consumption ranges from 17 mpg in the city to 26 mpg on the highway. Standard features include air conditioning, power windows, power door locks, leather seats, power seats, cd player, and ABS brakes. The SLS uses a 4.6 L, 275 hp V8 engine while the sportier STS uses a 4.6 L, 300 hp version. Passenger volume increased from 102.3 cubic feet to 104.1.
Despite the changes, consumers still have issues with oil leakage and consumption, as well as overall maintenance issues. Commentators assert that these durability concerns kept Cadillac from making good on its proclamation that the 1998 Seville would reclaim the title of best sedan on the market. Without a significant upgrade in parts, the Seville lineup confirms the old adage that beauty is only skin-deep.
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Cadillac Seville Questions
Is There A Fuse For The Fuel Pump On 1998 Cadillac Seville Sts
Just wondering if it could possibly be a fuse instead of fuel pump. But you cannot hear fuel pump turn on.
1998 Sts Looking For The Ac Controll Head Calibration Process
air only going through defrost, checked all actuators and door seem to be moving out of time. want to recalibrate the head and go from there.
My 98 Seville Blows 70 Degrees On Passenger Side And 110 Degrees On Drivers...
Why Would Only The Driver Side Blow Heat Through The Vent And Defrost And O...
Can I Remove The Electronic Suspension Components And Replace With Standard...
The air pump needs to be replaced and both rear shocks are leaking. Rather than spend the kind of money this will take, I'd rather convert to a non-electronic system.