Like it or not, I think there are two ways of looking at the XLR.
Either it's a tarted-up, de-tuned Corvette, or it's a Corvette being taken to the "next level" of sophistication made possible by the higher price-point.
Only time will tell which is correct.
I think a dressed-up Vette is an awesome proposition. "Nothing more than?" It's stiff, it's large, it's light, and it handles like a TYCO CurveHugger II. I don't think "more" is possible.
XLR's dressing-up is significant, addressing all of the things that keep Corvette out of luxury-roadster territory: DOHC engine, five-speed auto, comfort-tuned suspension, luxurious interior, power hardtop.
I have a base model 4.6 L 2006 XLR. The coils apparently come in two banks of four coils. The Cadillac dealer says they only have the coils in banks of four and that individual coils are not available. Does anyone know about the availability of individual replacement coils rather than having to...
My '04 is testing my patience a bit. Opened the door to retrieve some papers, closed it. Noticed a little later the rear view mirror courtesy lights have not gone out. Everything is turned off, doors, trunk closed solid.......scratching my head on this one.
Hooked up the battery tender so the...
This q is more for my Black XLR seats but I suppose all years are the same.
Q is based on that the leather does not suck in leather treatments/balsam like
I am used to on other cars and home leather sofas