Discontinued in 2005, the Deville and its technology and prestige were synonymous with Cadillac. More recent models offered convenience technologies that stood above the commonplace, such as tri-zone climate control that allowed the driver and front passenger to choose their own temperature range, plus a third zone that put rear heat and air conditioning in control of those in back. Its 4.6L Northstar V8 featured an electronically controlled ignition to optimize combustion and power. And the Deville’s four-wheel independent suspension included control arms made of aircraft-type aluminum. To locate Deville parts, contact your Cadillac dealer.
The all-new XTS, available late Spring 2012, embodies effortless composure and sophistication in every aspect of its design. A 3.6L 304 HP direct-injection V6 powers this technologically elevated sedan. Its intuitive CUE2 system and Magnetic Ride Control offer you a dramatic glimpse into the future of automotive engineering.
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