Cadillac Seville / Cadillac Eldorado Forum Discussion, Looking to buy a Seville 1999-2002 in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; Im looking for a Seville. If anyone here has or knows of one for sale let me know. I would ...
Im looking for a Seville. If anyone here has or knows of one for sale let me know. I would like it to be in the California area, however if its a great deal then i have no problom traveling to make the purchase.
I ran across a great Seville STS about a month ago. It is a 1999. Loaded. Retail is about $19K. Original cost around $53K. It just turned 100,000 miles. I put pictures of it on www.searchhoundautomotive.com. Click on the link for car of the month. I finance a local car dealer here in the Kansas City area and saw it at auction. I bought it. I am driving it. I just put it in the KC Star for $15K. If I sell great, if not, I will just keep it and drive it. let me know if you are interested. This car is as near perfect as I have ever seen! Dave
I'm currently looking to sell my '99 STS. The car is in excellent condition and has been well maintained. The exterior is crimson pearl with shale leather interior. The mileage is 89k. I'm asking $13.2k, and I'm willing to negotiate. Shoot me an email at email@example.com if you are interested. I can pass along pics and any further details.
Automobile(s): 1992 STS / 2005 MB G500 / 2008 Mini Cooper Clubman S
TPA / STL / ICT / SAT
Re: Looking to buy a Seville 1999-2002
My personal opinion only... You will do the best looking in your Classifieds or Auto Trader. Ive had 2001 models go in my area for 18k with 75k miles at a LARGE dealer with NO discounting. At this point you should be able to land a 2001 (which in my opinion is as old as you should go) with 50k miles or so for about 19,500. A 2000 with the same mileage should be around 17. Id also try to keep the mileage as low as possible. 2000 and newer is the most desirable since their were some issues like oil seepage through the case prior to that. I had a 2001 and even had problems with that one so its only a friendly suggestion I am trying to make. The 2000 and up also use regular fuel as opposed to premium.
Visit www.bobmoore.com and search for used STSs under pre-owned. They are in the midwest, but they have some absolutely bang-up pricing on Sevilles and every other make they carry. They have two fully loaded STS's, 2000 and 01 at exactly the prices I mentioned. Check em out!