I enjoy driving my 2005 Cadillac CTS. It has the Corsa cat-back exhaust, which gives some additional performance, and has a really sweet sound to it. With the 3.6L V6 engine it is peppy, and handles well in traffic.
However, I also enjoy window-shopping for ‘new’ Cadillacs — new or old models are welcome for consideration. I use a number of different pre-set searches to scan for used Cadillacs.
I live near Dallas, Texas, so an obvious search is the Dallas Observer newspaper. Here is their Cadillac classified ads.
A second quick and easy search is the Dallas city list for Craig’s List; Here is their Cadillac used car ads. A more general way to search Craig’s List ads is Hank’s Helper, which will let you search any nearby regional Craig’s List by keyword. Also Search Tempest is an interesting way to search Craig’s list for Cadillacs.
Of course EBay can be a good source of used Cadillacs. My Ebay search link searches for Cadillacs that also have “V” in their title — so is a search for V-Series Cadillacs, although occasionally some other models creep in.
For Cadillac accessories on Ebay, I try Direct Performance. For Cadillac Escalade Chrome accessories or for Cadillac SRX Chrome accessories, I use a direct link here. CaddyInfo is an affiliate of the Auto Accessory Super Store, so I know we’ll get a good deal there.
Back on Cadillac cars, I use two search setups for Cars.com. This one looks for the Cadillac STS-V, and this one for the Cadillac CTS-V ; both are set to a range of 250 miles from my zip 75023.
Finally, Carmax can be a good source of used Cadillacs, which you can find here.
Once you find the perfect-sounding used Cadillac, it is a good idea to have it completely checked out by a local mechanic or service. Some Cadillac dealers will do a pre-purchase evaluation for you as well. I have also seen members of our CaddyInfo Cadillac Forum Community be willing to do a hands-on check of a vehicle near them for someone who was shopping from a distance.