Cadillac Escalade, CTS, Deville - Cars & SUVS For Sale
Cadillac is an iconic luxury auto brand owned and operated by General Motor Companies. Cadillac includes long running popular current nameplates including the CTS and Escalade as well as classic used models such as the Cimarron, Deville and XRL. Listed below are classic Cadillac vehicles along with more modern models sold today.
Cadillac Historical & Classic Cars (1902-1949):
Cadillac runabout and tonneau / Model A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, K, L, M (1903-1908)
Cadillac Model Thiry, 1912, 1913, 1914, Type 51, 53, 55, 57, 59, 61, V-63 (1909-1925)
Cadillac Series 314, 314-A & B, 353, 370, 452, 355, 370, 452, A - C Models (1925-1933)
Cadillac Series 10 - 30, 370-D, 60, 36-42 Series (1936-1942), 60 S Fleetwood, 61, 62, 75
Cadillac Cars from the 50s:
Cadillac's from the 1950s were made from the Fisher Fleetwood metal body and equipped with 331, 365 and 390 cubic inch 8 cylinder V8 engines. This inlcuded the very popular 1956 60S Fleetwood, 1958 Series 70 "Eldorado Brougham" and 1959-1960 Series 63, 130 in wheelbase De Ville. All of these model cars are iconic and still very popular for sell on Craigslist, eBay and classic car auctions.
Cadillac Cars from the 60s and 70s:
Cadillac's from the 1960s and 1970s continued the Fisher Fleetwood body style until 1975 when a more modern frame was introduced. This timeframe also included the introduction of the Calais, Coupe de Ville, Sedan de Ville. Seville and Eldorado.
Cadillac Car Progression from 1980 to 2011:
Through innovation and a classic brand name Cadillac developed more modern cars and introduced unique models such as the Cimarron, Allante and Catera. With modern competition in the luxury car class Cadillac focused in on the CTS and Escalade with other models such as the Seville, XLR and DTS falling by the wayside.
Cadillac Cars & SUVs of today:
Today Cadillac has adapted to the demands for fuel economy and low prices while still maintain their standing as a luxury vehicle provider. By focusing on the CTS and Escalade they have allowed centralization, focus and economies of scale to improve their bottom line. By offering CTS variations including the coupe, sedan, wagon along with V and sport variations, the give car buyers options while still maintaining manufacturing uniformity.
This is also true with the immensely popular Escalade which is available as a Hybrid and the truck style EXT. Rounding out the current Cadillac lineup is the ATS, XTS and SRX crossover to give Cadillac more breadth in the automotive marketplace.
Cadillac Concept and Prototype Vehicles:
Since 1949 Cadillac like most major automobile makers have designed and produced concept and prototype cars that have been displayed or announced at car shows but never made it to the mass market. This includes some of the more popular and influential models including the Cadillac Le Mans, Evoq, Cien, Sixteen, BLS, Provoq, Converj or ELR (plug-in hybrid sports car), The ULC (Urban Luxury Concept) and Ciel another hybrid electric concept car.
Cadillac wire wheels are popular amongst classic Cadillac enthusiast, restoration experts and car historians. These wheels were popular and used as early as the 1940s to give Cadillac the luxury feel and style that car buyers have come to expect. Today Cadillac wire wheels can be bought brand new on the internet with both new and used rims being highly sought after on Craigslist.
Listed below are the current Cadillac model cars, crossovers, SUVs and hybrids for sale. For more information check out Cadillac's official site.