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Khatir Soltani
In several people's mind, a Cadillac DeVille still remains as a typical large North American car, a somewhat clumsy vehicle that one loves to drive on wide boulevards and highways at cruising speeds. However, after driving the new DeVille, I realized that GM had made quite a step forward, as the world's No1 had emphasized a more rigorous than ever before road handling. Moreover, the new comer, still impressive and endowed with the state of the art technological innovations, has not sacrificed anything in terms of comfort and luxury. Not quite as spirited as its Seville STS "little sister", it nevertheless features a stronger personality than its predecessor does. Admittedly, its more sculpted lines make it a younger looking car.

The new DeVille, following a weight loss, is less cumbersome but as magnificent as ever. It boasts of the latest high-tech innovations and new exclusive goodies, all that animated by a sophisticated V8 engine known as one of the finest powerplants this side of heaven.

That new Cadillac is offered in three versions: base, more luxurious DHS and performance oriented DTS. The 2000 DeVille carries a rejuvenated silhouette that is quite likely to attract baby-boomers.

That luxury front wheeler, with its wide array of equipment's, is an excellent, considering that its base model sells for a little over $50,000.

When compared to its domestic or imported rivals, the DeVille obviously stands out on account of its powertrain and, most of all, its greatly improved road manners.
Khatir Soltani
Khatir Soltani
Automotive expert
As a car enthusiast, he tests and compares vehicles from different categories through the eyes of the consumer, ensuring relevant and objective reviews.
  • Over 6 years experience as a car reviewer
  • Over 50 test drives in the last year
  • Involved in discussions with virtually every auto manufacturer in Canada