Legacy Vehicles

CADILLAC LEGACY VEHICLES

Our storied past informs how we think today and inspires us to create an even bolder future.

CADILLAC LEGACY VEHICLES

Our storied past informs how we think today and inspires us to create an even bolder future.

Cadillac Legacy Vehicles are no longer in production. Search our Certified Pre-Owned Inventory to find the Cadillac for you.

COUPES

ELR COUPE

ELR COUPE

The ELR Coupe (discontinued in 2016) featured a powerful electric drive system, an athletic chassis for an energetic drive and an optional sport package – all of which made it a true driver’s car. Matching the driving dynamics was a host of standard features that enhance the safety, security and convenience of every drive.

CTS-V COUPE

CTS-V COUPE

The CTS-V Coupe (discontinued in 2015) was a stunning high-performance coupe featuring an exclusive driver-focused cockpit, a 556-hp V8 engine with 551 lb-ft of torque, revolutionary dual-mode Magnetic Ride Control and race-inspired Brembo® signature brakes with red calipers. Pure adrenaline on wheels.

XLR

XLR

Cadillac XLR (discontinued in 2009) was a luxury roadster with true performance roots. Its StabiliTrak stability control system seamlessly integrated XLR’s braking, traction control, steering and suspension systems. And with the push of a button, XLR transformed from a stylish coupe to an exhilarating open-air roadster.

XLR-V

XLR-V

The Cadillac XLR-V (discontinued in 2009) boasted a powerful 4.4L Northstar V8 SC engine with an astounding 443 hp. This two-seat open-air roadster sported temperature-adjusting seat surfaces with two heating and cooling levels, a heated steering wheel with exotic Zingana wood appointments and kinetic aluminum accents.

ELDORADO

ELDORADO

A true driver’s luxury coupe, the Cadillac Eldorado (discontinued in 2002) integrated not only the best in performance and handling characteristics, but also outstanding comfort and convenience. It provided a multitude of standard and available comfort and convenience features, including digital signal processing (DSP), radio data system (RDS) and Theftlock.

CTS COUPE

CTS COUPE  

An impressive balance of performance and styling, the CTS Coupe (discontinued in 2014) boasted deeply sculpted lines and a highly responsive 318-hp 3.6L direct-injection engine. The CTS Coupe also featured amenities like Adaptive Remote Start, keyless access and available Side Blind Zone Alert.

ELR COUPE

The ELR Coupe (discontinued in 2016) featured a powerful electric drive system, an athletic chassis for an energetic drive and an optional sport package – all of which made it a true driver’s car. Matching the driving dynamics was a host of standard features that enhance the safety, security and convenience of every drive.

CTS-V COUPE

The CTS-V Coupe (discontinued in 2015) was a stunning high-performance coupe featuring an exclusive driver-focused cockpit, a 556-hp V8 engine with 551 lb-ft of torque, revolutionary dual-mode Magnetic Ride Control and race-inspired Brembo® signature brakes with red calipers. Pure adrenaline on wheels.

XLR

Cadillac XLR (discontinued in 2009) was a luxury roadster with true performance roots. Its StabiliTrak stability control system seamlessly integrated XLR’s braking, traction control, steering and suspension systems. And with the push of a button, XLR transformed from a stylish coupe to an exhilarating open-air roadster.

XLR-V

The Cadillac XLR-V (discontinued in 2009) boasted a powerful 4.4L Northstar V8 SC engine with an astounding 443 hp. This two-seat open-air roadster sported temperature-adjusting seat surfaces with two heating and cooling levels, a heated steering wheel with exotic Zingana wood appointments and kinetic aluminum accents.

ELDORADO

A true driver’s luxury coupe, the Cadillac Eldorado (discontinued in 2002) integrated not only the best in performance and handling characteristics, but also outstanding comfort and convenience. It provided a multitude of standard and available comfort and convenience features, including digital signal processing (DSP), radio data system (RDS) and Theftlock.

CTS COUPE  

An impressive balance of performance and styling, the CTS Coupe (discontinued in 2014) boasted deeply sculpted lines and a highly responsive 318-hp 3.6L direct-injection engine. The CTS Coupe also featured amenities like Adaptive Remote Start, keyless access and available Side Blind Zone Alert.

SEDANS

STS

STS

At the heart of Cadillac STS (discontinued in 2011) performance was an advanced 302-hp direct injection V6 engine and Hydra-Matic 6-speed automatic transmission with Driver Shift Control, which allowed manual shifting without the use of a clutch pedal. The available Performance Handling Package included performance tires and Brembo® brakes.

DTS

DTS

The Cadillac DTS (discontinued in 2011) was synonymous with success, and brought together power, performance and luxury in a full-size, six-passenger luxury sedan that remained virtually unrivaled. The renowned Northstar V8-powered DTS and featured an electronically controlled ignition to optimize combustion and power.

STS-V

STS-V

Designed for everyday driving, the STS-V (discontinued in 2009) delivered supercharged, rear-drive performance via a 4.4-liter version of the Northstar engine, outfitted with a positive displacement intercooled supercharger. Olive ash burl wood and kinetic aluminum accents fashionably rounded out its performance-oriented cockpit.

DEVILLE

DEVILLE

The Deville (discontinued in 2005) and its technology and prestige were synonymous with Cadillac. 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.

SEVILLE

SEVILLE

The Cadillac Seville (discontinued in 2004) was a full-size performance sedan that combined responsive Northstar V8 engine power with advanced driving technology. Supple leather-trimmed seating surfaces were set off by handcrafted Zebrano wood accents. And the fully electronic climate control system had individual settings for driver and front passenger.

STS

At the heart of Cadillac STS (discontinued in 2011) performance was an advanced 302-hp direct injection V6 engine and Hydra-Matic 6-speed automatic transmission with Driver Shift Control, which allowed manual shifting without the use of a clutch pedal. The available Performance Handling Package included performance tires and Brembo® brakes.

DTS

The Cadillac DTS (discontinued in 2011) was synonymous with success, and brought together power, performance and luxury in a full-size, six-passenger luxury sedan that remained virtually unrivaled. The renowned Northstar V8-powered DTS and featured an electronically controlled ignition to optimize combustion and power.

STS-V

Designed for everyday driving, the STS-V (discontinued in 2009) delivered supercharged, rear-drive performance via a 4.4-liter version of the Northstar engine, outfitted with a positive displacement intercooled supercharger. Olive ash burl wood and kinetic aluminum accents fashionably rounded out its performance-oriented cockpit.

DEVILLE

The Deville (discontinued in 2005) and its technology and prestige were synonymous with Cadillac. 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.

SEVILLE

The Cadillac Seville (discontinued in 2004) was a full-size performance sedan that combined responsive Northstar V8 engine power with advanced driving technology. Supple leather-trimmed seating surfaces were set off by handcrafted Zebrano wood accents. And the fully electronic climate control system had individual settings for driver and front passenger.

CROSSOVERS & SUVS

SRX CROSSOVER

SRX CROSSOVER 

A spirited design for an ever-changing world, the Cadillac SRX (discontinued in 2016) was a crossover with style, space and safety. Combining bold looks with advanced technology, its athletic exterior complemented an airy cabin brilliantly outfitted with high-tech features and cut-and-sewn details. Like the SRX? Check out our latest crossover vehicle, the XT5.

ESCALADE EXT

ESCALADE EXT  

Balancing bold power with extraordinary accommodation, the Escalade EXT (discontinued in 2013) was a 5-passenger luxury SUV which, thanks to its versatile Midgate® panel, could transform with ease into a 2-passenger luxury SUV with an 8' bed. It also sported 101 cu. ft. of secure storage and a max towing capacity of 7,600 lbs.

ESCALADE HYBRID

ESCALADE HYBRID

The Escalade Hybrid (discontinued in 2013) combined an advanced 2-mode hybrid system and a 6.0L V8 engine with Active Fuel Management. With 2012-2013 EPA-estimated 20 MPG city/23 highway and a recognized standard of luxury and prestige, looking good has never felt so good.

SRX CROSSOVER 

A spirited design for an ever-changing world, the Cadillac SRX (discontinued in 2016) was a crossover with style, space and safety. Combining bold looks with advanced technology, its athletic exterior complemented an airy cabin brilliantly outfitted with high-tech features and cut-and-sewn details. Like the SRX? Check out our latest crossover vehicle, the XT5.

ESCALADE EXT  

Balancing bold power with extraordinary accommodation, the Escalade EXT (discontinued in 2013) was a 5-passenger luxury SUV which, thanks to its versatile Midgate® panel, could transform with ease into a 2-passenger luxury SUV with an 8' bed. It also sported 101 cu. ft. of secure storage and a max towing capacity of 7,600 lbs.

ESCALADE HYBRID

The Escalade Hybrid (discontinued in 2013) combined an advanced 2-mode hybrid system and a 6.0L V8 engine with Active Fuel Management. With 2012-2013 EPA-estimated 20 MPG city/23 highway and a recognized standard of luxury and prestige, looking good has never felt so good.

WAGONS

CTS-V SPORT WAGON

CTS-V SPORT WAGON

The CTS-V Sport Wagon (discontinued in 2014) represented perhaps the most audacious branch of the V-Series family tree, with a riveting 556-hp 6.2L supercharged V8 engine, race-bred Brembo® disc brakes, dual-mode Magnetic Ride Control suspension, 58 cubic feet of cargo space and a Cargo Management System.

CTS SPORT WAGON

CTS SPORT WAGON

The CTS Sport Wagon (discontinued in 2014) balanced sport sedan DNA and a responsive 3.0L direct-injected engine with seating for five and a cargo-ready body style. Its 58 cu. ft. of cargo capacity, was easily accessed through the power liftgate. And standard supple leather seating surfaces added to the its luxurious amenities.

CTS-V SPORT WAGON

The CTS-V Sport Wagon (discontinued in 2014) represented perhaps the most audacious branch of the V-Series family tree, with a riveting 556-hp 6.2L supercharged V8 engine, race-bred Brembo® disc brakes, dual-mode Magnetic Ride Control suspension, 58 cubic feet of cargo space and a Cargo Management System.

CTS SPORT WAGON

The CTS Sport Wagon (discontinued in 2014) balanced sport sedan DNA and a responsive 3.0L direct-injected engine with seating for five and a cargo-ready body style. Its 58 cu. ft. of cargo capacity, was easily accessed through the power liftgate. And standard supple leather seating surfaces added to the its luxurious amenities.

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  • Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and distribution.

  • Before you buy a vehicle or use it for trailering, carefully review the trailering section of the Owner’s Manual. The weight of passengers, cargo and options or accessories may reduce the amount you can tow.

  • With standard 2.0L Turbo.

  • With available 3.6L V6.

  • The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price excludes destination freight charge, tax, title, license, dealer fees and optional equipment. Click here to see all Cadillac vehicles’ destination freight charges.

  • Cadillac user experience functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and smartphone. Some devices require USB connectivity.

  • Lower-profile tires wear faster.  Wheel and tire damage may occur on rough or damaged roads or from surfaces or from curbs, debris or obstacles. This damage is not covered by the GM New Vehicle Limited Warranty.  For more details, go to my.cadillac.com/learnAbout/cadillactires or see your dealer.

  • Cadillac user experience functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and smartphone. Some devices require USB connectivity. Map coverage available in the United States, U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and Canada.

  • Do not use summer-only tires in winter conditions, as it would adversely affect vehicle safety, performance and durability. Use only GM-approved tire and wheel combinations. Unapproved combinations may change the vehicle’s performance characteristics.

     

    Lower profile tires wear faster.  Wheel and tire damage may occur on rough or damaged roads or from surfaces or from curbs, debris or obstacles. This damage is not covered by the GM New Vehicle Limited Warranty. For more details go to my.cadillac.com/learnAbout/cadillactires or see your dealer.

  • Lower-profile tires wear faster. Wheel and tire damage may occur on rough or damaged roads or from surfaces or from curbs, debris or obstacles. This damage is not covered by the GM New-Vehicle Limited Warranty.

  • Your complete attention is required at all times while driving, even while using Super Cruise. See the owner’s manual or visit cadillacsupercruise.com for more information.

  • Combined engine and electric motor total system peak power.

  • EPA-estimated combined city/highway miles per gallon of gasoline-equivalent. EPA-estimated 31-mile range based on 62 MPGe combined city/highway (electric); 430-mile extended range based on 25 MPG combined city/highway (gas). Actual range varies based on several factors, including temperature, terrain, and driving technique.

  • Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and distribution.

  • Before you buy a vehicle or use it for trailering, carefully review the trailering section of the Owner’s Manual. The weight of passengers, cargo and options or accessories may reduce the amount you can tow.

  • With standard 2.0L Turbo.

  • With available 3.6L V6.

  • The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price excludes destination freight charge, tax, title, license, dealer fees and optional equipment. Click here to see all Cadillac vehicles’ destination freight charges.

  • Cadillac user experience functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and smartphone. Some devices require USB connectivity.

  • Lower-profile tires wear faster.  Wheel and tire damage may occur on rough or damaged roads or from surfaces or from curbs, debris or obstacles. This damage is not covered by the GM New Vehicle Limited Warranty.  For more details, go to my.cadillac.com/learnAbout/cadillactires or see your dealer.

  • Cadillac user experience functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and smartphone. Some devices require USB connectivity. Map coverage available in the United States, U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and Canada.

  • Do not use summer-only tires in winter conditions, as it would adversely affect vehicle safety, performance and durability. Use only GM-approved tire and wheel combinations. Unapproved combinations may change the vehicle’s performance characteristics.

     

    Lower profile tires wear faster.  Wheel and tire damage may occur on rough or damaged roads or from surfaces or from curbs, debris or obstacles. This damage is not covered by the GM New Vehicle Limited Warranty. For more details go to my.cadillac.com/learnAbout/cadillactires or see your dealer.

  • Lower-profile tires wear faster. Wheel and tire damage may occur on rough or damaged roads or from surfaces or from curbs, debris or obstacles. This damage is not covered by the GM New-Vehicle Limited Warranty.

  • Your complete attention is required at all times while driving, even while using Super Cruise. See the owner’s manual or visit cadillacsupercruise.com for more information.

  • Combined engine and electric motor total system peak power.

  • EPA-estimated combined city/highway miles per gallon of gasoline-equivalent. EPA-estimated 31-mile range based on 62 MPGe combined city/highway (electric); 430-mile extended range based on 25 MPG combined city/highway (gas). Actual range varies based on several factors, including temperature, terrain, and driving technique.

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  • Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and distribution.

  • Before you buy a vehicle or use it for trailering, carefully review the trailering section of the Owner’s Manual. The weight of passengers, cargo and options or accessories may reduce the amount you can tow.

  • With standard 2.0L Turbo.

  • With available 3.6L V6.

  • The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price excludes destination freight charge, tax, title, license, dealer fees and optional equipment. Click here to see all Cadillac vehicles’ destination freight charges.

  • Cadillac user experience functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and smartphone. Some devices require USB connectivity.

  • Lower-profile tires wear faster.  Wheel and tire damage may occur on rough or damaged roads or from surfaces or from curbs, debris or obstacles. This damage is not covered by the GM New Vehicle Limited Warranty.  For more details, go to my.cadillac.com/learnAbout/cadillactires or see your dealer.

  • Cadillac user experience functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and smartphone. Some devices require USB connectivity. Map coverage available in the United States, U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and Canada.

  • Do not use summer-only tires in winter conditions, as it would adversely affect vehicle safety, performance and durability. Use only GM-approved tire and wheel combinations. Unapproved combinations may change the vehicle’s performance characteristics.

     

    Lower profile tires wear faster.  Wheel and tire damage may occur on rough or damaged roads or from surfaces or from curbs, debris or obstacles. This damage is not covered by the GM New Vehicle Limited Warranty. For more details go to my.cadillac.com/learnAbout/cadillactires or see your dealer.

  • Lower-profile tires wear faster. Wheel and tire damage may occur on rough or damaged roads or from surfaces or from curbs, debris or obstacles. This damage is not covered by the GM New-Vehicle Limited Warranty.

  • Your complete attention is required at all times while driving, even while using Super Cruise. See the owner’s manual or visit cadillacsupercruise.com for more information.

  • Combined engine and electric motor total system peak power.

  • EPA-estimated combined city/highway miles per gallon of gasoline-equivalent. EPA-estimated 31-mile range based on 62 MPGe combined city/highway (electric); 430-mile extended range based on 25 MPG combined city/highway (gas). Actual range varies based on several factors, including temperature, terrain, and driving technique.