2008 Cadillac XLR-V Consumer ReviewsBase Roadster Convertible
2008 Cadillac XLR-V Consumer Rating
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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
- Attractive Design
- Lots of Features
- Standard V-8
- Mediocre steering
- High Cost
- Limited Storage Space
In my opinion, Cadillac has fallen a bit behind the pack of luxury auto makers in the recent years, but the Cadillac XLR-V is an excellent effort to compete with the Mercedes Benz and BMWs in the auto industry -- and perhaps even to assert dominance among luxury sports cars. My XLR-V is super fast with tons of horsepower. The car is not only quick, it is visually impressive. Looking rather like a hybrid of a high-luxury sedan and a sleek sports model, it'll get you plenty of attention on the road. I should mention there is very little room to spare in my two seater. The electronics are all top shelf, including Bose stereo and speakers (nine individual speakers for the ultimate sound), built in OnStar, remote entry, and even a heated steering wheel. The interior is exactly what you might expect from such a plush and high end vehicle: Leather seats are standard and they are highlighted by the genuine wood accents on the dash and interior. Beware though that this ride is not for the faint of heart and it really will move just like a premium sports car should.