Wel, let me start off by saying that I am in love with the 94-96 Brougham. I have always loved that MASSIVE cadillac style and ride, and I was very disheartened by the styling of all the newer caddys. It was all about sportiness, when I really wanted that huge, soft car. I wanted one very badly, but they were too much $$; I instead got a 92 deville, but if I didnt spend so much $$ on my ram air t/a, it would be a 94-96 brougham. I was very shocked to see that so many people actually prefer the previous model. Dont get me wrong, that car was sweet, but I cant believe people actually prefer it over the 94-96 model. In my opinion, the newer one is the EPITOME of Cadillac style. Its huge, has all that chrome (the whole bottom half of the car is shiny for cying out loud, lol), has the fins, etc. It seems people think the previous model represented traditional caddy style pefectly (and it does), but I have to think that the newer one plain and simply is more (no pun intended). Bigger, heavier, etc. And than there is that interior!! Frame cars always lack in rear seat legroom for some reason; even my dads enormous 79 lesabre had little rear seat leg room, its just the design. But, somehow, the newer brougham managed to come up with limo like rear seat leg room (I think it may be the most of any car made in a long, long time, if ever); the other dimensions are just rediculous - hip, shoulder room just blows away the previous model. I sat in the older brougham and my deville actually has more rear leg room, which was even verified by caddy in their brochure. I just think the latest brougham was the perfect caddy; HUUUUGE with that traditonal caddy style and an interior of a limo. Aside from this car, you gotta go back to the 70's to see a car this big, and the interior space just blows away all. What do you guys think?