Cadillac Catera and Cimarron Forum Discussion, Holy cow! I actually passed a Cimarron today in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; Originally Posted by White Cat I've got an '86 with the digital dash and 2.8 v6. You're right, it's not ...
- 07-18-08 09:30 AM #16Cadillac Owners Connoisseur
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Re: Holy cow! I actually passed a Cimarron today
I`ve asked the same question as you:How could GM f*** up so bad? GM has had some duds in the past including the 4.1 liter engine.On the plus side,they usually redeem themselves.
I remember when the Cimarron had it`s run in the 1980`s.At the time i could`nt afford to buy one so i bought a brand new 1981 Pontiac Phoenix LJ Coupe,complete with ultra-plush seats,wire wheel covers,textured roof,big white walls and a hood ornament----it was loaded.It was the closest ride to a Caddy i could afford and i loved that ride.
I would imagine GM did soften-up the Cimarron suspension to try and duplicate the big car "floaty" ride.The car was too small for a real "floaty" ride.
I have not seen a Cimarron on the roads at all for at least 7 years now.
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