A true driver’s luxury coupe, the Eldorado integrated not only the best in performance and handling characteristics, but also outstanding comfort and convenience. The Eldorado—discontinued in 2002—provided a multitude of standard and available comfort and convenience features, including dual-zone climate control with recirculation, fingertip steering wheel controls for audio/climate control systems, remote keyless entry and an optional Bose® sound system with a single-slot compact disc player, weather band, digital signal processing (DSP), radio data system (RDS) and Theftlock. The Eldorado Touring Coupe featured genuine Zebrano wood and the Northstar System, which included the 300 HP 4.6-liter V8 engine. To find Eldorado parts, contact your Cadillac dealer.
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