It's perfectly reasonable to expect 200K or more from any U.S. built vehicle provided that it is maintained properly.
The number of miles per gallon that the 1997 Cadillac DeVille can achieve is dependant on a number of factors such as the condition the vehicle is in or the driving style of the driver. However, the Cadillac DeVille is believed to get between 17 and 23 miles per gallon.
My 1987 Coupe deVille gets 16.5 mpg
8 to 12 miles per gallon . cause i own one "D
5000.00 to 7000.00 depending on miles and condition
change both the fluid and filter every 50,000 miles
What year? If it has a 4.5 or a 4.9l engine,then it will last 300,000+ miles.They're very good engines.
depends on how good the condition the car is in....usually it takes about about 17 miles per gallon when using cheap gas and when using the good stuff it can be about 23 miles per the gallon caddys are v8's so they use alot of gas but they're calssy to have so i would get 1 but not a 97 get a 98
The 1979 Cadillac Deville with 7.0 liter fuel injected V8 engine and 3 speed automatic transmission had an EPA revised combined fuel efficiency rating of 14 miles per gallon U.S. and 17 miles per gallon Imperial. The combined window sticker fuel economy rating was 12 miles per gallon U.S. and 14 miles per gallon Imperial.
SAE 5w30 any major brand. Use a High Mileage oil if you have over 100,000 miles on the ODO.
I get 25 mpg on highway avgs between 18-19mpg between city and highway, according to the onboard computer. 1995 Deville with 179,000 miles
A buyer looking for a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee with 100,000 miles in good condition should expect to pay about $7995. Depending on other factors and taxes, this value could be lower or higher however.
You already know the answer to this question. It is a Cadillac with 227,000 mile on it. Cadillac parts are expensive. Cars with 227,000 miles on them are naturally going to need repairs. Unless you can buy this car for very little money, and it has been taken care of, my answer would be no, it is not wise. You will spend money on repairs and if parts such as the transmission go out, you will spend plenty. The bottom line is what is the purchase price, and what shape the car is in. If you decide to purchase the car, expect to spend money on repairs, because you will sooner or later.
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mine ( June 2001 ) has covered 238.000 km now and still doing fine. about 90,000 miles
Use Dexron III in your 94 transaxel. Check level while hot. Drive about 5 miles minimum. Remember too much fluid can damage it also.
They say to run premium but mine runs just fine on 87. I did get about 2 miles per gallon better mileage on premium but that's not enough to warrant the difference in cost.
I was consistently getting 30 miles per gallon on the highway at 65 miles per hour during many 500 mile trips between homes. Then, I had an engine tune up because I detected a slight roughness in the idle. Mileage was still good. I had new plugs and wires. Bad idea. Now my highway mileage is 22 miles per gallon and the engine knocks badly. It was a 91 Deville with 4.9 engine and 75,000 miles on it. I guess I should have taken it to the dealer for the tune up.
A Cadillac Escalade hybrid from 2011 uses 20 miles per gallon. The model from just a year earlier, 2010, uses 14-18 miles per gallon. So a 2011 Cadillac Escalade gets more miles out of the gas.
Check all your accessories pulled by the belt. There are a lot of bearings in these accessories that can cause the " chirping noise".
Mitchell Labor guide calls for 4.4 hours for replacement time. most shops charge on average 75 - 80$ an hour. so you can expect to pay $330 to $350 in labor charges.
Up to 300,000 miles!
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Your car is more than likely still under warranty, and you need to take it back to the dealer for them to look at it.