2001-1997 | Sedan
The Cadillac Catera was famously marketed with commercials featuring Cindy Crawford and a cartoon duck named Ziggy as "The Caddy that zigs."
2011-2003 | Coupe, Sedan, Wagon
Before the release of the Cadillac CTS, anything bearing the Cadillac name was associated with luxury and quite often sheer size.
2011-2009, 2007-2004 | Coupe, Sedan, Wagon
The Cadillac CTS-V is the higher-performance version of the CTS class.
2005-1995 | Sedan
The Coupe DeVille was introduced in 1949 as a luxury coupe in the Cadillac Series 62 line.
2011-2006 | Sedan
The Cadillac DTS is a full-size luxury vehicle offered as a four-door sedan.
2002-1995 | Coupe
The Cadillac Eldorado is known for its commitment to luxury and performance.
1996-1995 | Sedan
Although Cadillac discontinued the Fleetwood in 1996, it enjoyed a two-decade long production run dating back to 1977.
2004-1995 | Sedan
Cadillac originally used the Seville name during the 1950s to denote a coupe version of the popular Cadillac Eldorado.
2011-2005 | Sedan
The STS or Seville Touring Sedan is a midsize luxury sports sedan that’s based on GM’s Sigma rear and all-wheel drive platform.
2009-2006 | Sedan
The Cadillac STS-V is just one of the models offered by Cadillac.
2009-2004 | Convertible
The Cadillac XLR is a two-seat roadster that debuted in 2003 and was ultimately discontinued in 2009.
2009-2006 | Convertible
The Cadillac XLR-V is a higher performance XLR model that has been in production from 2006 to 2009.