I am not sure he is looking exclusively for RWD Cadillac STS (2005+) owners to chat, or Cadillac Seville STS owners qualify as well? Please stay on the line until the OP clarifies!There's a lot of us out here - welcome to the club!
Seville Seville Touring Sedan is redundant. The last Seville was built in 12/03 (driver's door sticker). The 2005 and later Sigma-body "STS" bears no resemblance to a Seville and the "STS" is alphabet soup with no meaning as an acronym.Good point - I plead confusion on basis that there is no Seville STS in Europe - it's simply an STS + we never got a post-Seville STS (nor indeed the last of Sevilles - although mainland Europe did)
...well...hmm...I don't know for GB...but in Germany -and iirc mostly/rest of Europe- the model year 1992 - 2004 Seville STS and SLS are merchandised and sold as "Seville STS"...and "Seville SLS"...even the brochures, owner manuals and vehicle registraton/car papers say "Seville"...Seville forum, there is no such model name used in Europe (well, hasn't been for 30/40 years!) it's simply an STS (whether mainland Europe got an SLS I don't know, but I don't recall seeing any)
Very few of the Seville TS and LS models were badged as "Seville" here, either. No one said they were. If any of us owns a Seville built from about 1992 ??? through 12/2003 then it's badged as either a STS or SLS. The Northstar badge and trim level acronym styles changed over the model run.I did say my registration document referred to it being a Seville BUT that is the only place the name appears, they are not badged, referred to or (usually) advertised as such ................