1986 Cadillac Fleetwood User Reviews

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    1986 Cadillac Fleetwood Review
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    75

    Great To Look At But Not So Great Drive. — I wouldn't buy another one! The one pro does not out way the cons. This car has so many repairs that when the engine finally blew, I didn't bother replacing it. I sold it for parts. It floated nicely on the highway but too many mechanical issues.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Great for road trips with family and friends

    Cons: The motor blew, not enough power for me

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    Awesome — The car is like a luxury cruise ship. Big, Powerful, Luxury. I miss it. I love Old Cadillacs. This car had great handling, Love the 307 V8 engine. Even though it only produced 140 horsepower, the power shows when you give the car gas. Overall this is a great classic car, it is a shame they don't make them like that anymore. The leather interior is great, as well as the embroidered cadillac symbols in the car. The steering wheel is wood grain as well as the dash. My only problems are I dont like the gas tank behind the license plate, the bracket wears out and is almost impossible to find. The gas mileage could be better as it only gets about 8-14 mpg. But it has a V8, you don't need the mileage you got the power. Braking is powered by front disc and rear drum, providing a good breaking performance. The handling was great, it handled like a dream. The engine is a 5.0 L 307 V8 powered by a rochester 4 barrel carburetor. The biggest repair I ever needed was a water pump, and after 23 years that is understandable, just be sure you take care of the cooling system.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: It's simply a classic, and that is all I Drive.

    Cons: I really don't have a reason to avoid this car.

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    Dream Car — I got this car 02-12-06. This car is my dream car I'm the third owner.The interior is in very good condition. Paint job is good for a paint job from 85. I pretty much love this car and everything good and bad about. It passes everything but a gas station!!!!!!1

    Pros: What's aesome about this car is that it is mine

    Cons: Gas mileage or lack of

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    Big Boat, Big Style, Big Pain! — It was a big car, and was terrible on gas. But when I drove around in it I felt like a million bucks!

    Pros: Style

    Cons: Gas price

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    Reviews From Other Years

    1996 Cadillac Fleetwood Reviews

    A Grandpa Car For Sure, But It Moves When You Want It To!! By Anthony

    SS Fleetwood! 5.7 LT1 350. Last of the big RWD Gm's, a really comfortable, full sized, quality luxury car. Originally intended as a winter car, but as a solid rust free Tennessee car, its more a daily... Read More

    The Last Real Luxury Extra Large Car By nlwalker

    I love the car it nimble, fast, and has excellent road manners. I can carry five friends with there gear or put a couple of subs in the trunk with room to spare Read More

    1995 Cadillac Fleetwood Reviews

    Good Old Crusier By Aj

    Big old cruiser built for the freeway. LT1 offers more performance than one would think and for such a large car I get 19 mpg around town and 29 on the hwy. They dont make cars with trunks like this a... Read More

    Wow.......... By Adeel47

    a comfortable luxury attempt by Cadillac.... full automatic including automated climate control,power steering,heated leather seats,etc etc......... Read More

    1994 Cadillac Fleetwood Reviews

    Comfortable Beautiful Luxury. By ladylocc

    This car has been a lot of fun. We painted it bright white, instead of the faded 90's navy color it came in. Its super comfortable and the ride is unreal. We have recently drove it to California and i... Read More

    A Very Majestic Limousine By Js08016

    I always wanted a limousine for special occasions. This one is the best! Rides so smooth and quiet you think you're riding on a cloud. Even at 80 MPH it cruises along with power to spare. Fully loaded... Read More

    1993 Cadillac Fleetwood Reviews

    I Love It. By Croce

    This car means a lot to me when I was 6 years old I picked this car out for my grandfather and since then he promised it would be mine one day and when I turned 16 and got my license it was mine! This... Read More

    Great Car To Own By Sameh

    first of all it has the worst brake in the world but it has the best seats and A\C it has a great engine and gearbox the elecrticity sucks the gas mileage was very high the interior was comfortable a... Read More

    1992 Cadillac Fleetwood Reviews

    Mob Car By Pfc

    Very good acceleration, braking average, handling average because it is a bigger car. Had to get new speakers. Interior and exterior all black and tinted windows looks like a mob car. 15 mpg in city a... Read More

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