Fairbanks has had a Cadillac dealer for 60 years but they've always had issues. The latest guys that bought it just had to pay $1.1 million in fines and settlements to the attorney general of the state of Alaska for screwing the customers. I went to Anchorage and negotiated a 0 down and 0% interest deal with about $14,000 off the sticker price. They made me an offer I couldn't refuse.i always thought 4wd was a vehicle that was able to not power the front axel and AWD was the perminent engagement of the front axel
as far as STS4 AND SRX4
at the delaership i work out i see the SRX underwent a change this year where the srx with the AWD option now wears a smaller number 4 next to the SRX nameplate ....
I have only seen one awd STS and it had no 4 anywhere on the car , but the holes in the oilpan were full of cv axel so it was definatly awd we dont see many here in florida ....
I think SRX and STS got the number 4 for 2006.5
dokoz , did fairbanks get a cadillac dealer or are you still running down to anch to pick them up?
As far as I know an AWD has ways and means to allow every wheel to turn at a different speed so it can be used on a surfaced road. If you drive in a little fresh snow and make a wide turn you can see that every wheel makes a different radius track in the snow. To do this every wheel has to be able to turn at its own speed. A four wheel drive humps up if you try to drive it on pavement with 4WD engaged.