1978 Cadillac EldoradoReview
Its A Boat — The most comfortable thing you will ever drive, also the largest and the least fuel efficinet Hard to park, hard to see, slow acceleration --- yet somehow none of it matters Despite all of its faults its a car hard not to love
Pros: Comfortable, Classic
Cons: Why bother
Reviews From Other Years
Looks, Luxury And Performance!
This car is an awesome highway cruiser that actually gets respectable gas mileage! The comfort and technology is first rate. The leather seats and dual climate control along with the Bose audio system... Read More
Great Car To Own
This car can really get up and go especially on the highway. City driving its a smooth and quiet. However granted that i don't have a lead foot, but if you needed the extra horses they are there. The ... Read More
Great If You Can Afford To Keep It Going Or Have The Time
This car looks and rides great. It is a bit louder/noisier than I remember the caddi's of the 70's to be. I love the power of that North star! If you are a do-it-yourself type with moderate to goo... Read More
A Beauty To Ride.
This is an excellent second car. One has to have a desire to ride in comfort and with power. Impressed by the North Star engine performance at high speeds and plenty of reserve power to spare past 70 ... Read More
This car has it all. Beautiful styling, awesome power, excellent handling, comfortable ride. Safety in a high performance sporty and luxury car. The cockpit styling wraps around you like a glove. ... Read More
Only an old Corvette Stingray could possibly outrank this beauty on style, performance, or curb appeal. Can you say "32 valve Northstar V-8". Feel the power and smooth, effortless acceleration when ... Read More
Still A Beauty After 17 Years
My husband bought me a 98 ESC the body is Bisque, interior beige leather. It replaced my 87 Eldorado Biaritz which had a Cadet gray body, interior gray cashmere both beautiful cars. I'm a widow since... Read More
I Love My 1998 Cadillac Etc - When It Works!
My transmission overheats on the highway. On VERY hot days (over 95 degrees), my engine overheats on hilly sections of the highway. I have to stay at 65 MPH and it is fine. If I push it over 90, it ov... Read More