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2004 Cadillac CTS trims

2004 CTS

MPG City
19
MPG Hwy
26

Updated with a new 255 hp 3.6L V6, the 2004 Cadillac CTS is an entry-level luxury sedan that seats five passengers and sits as the entry point into the Cadillac family of cars.

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2004 Cadillac CTS-V trims

2004 CTS-V

MPG City
16
MPG Hwy
25

The 2004 Cadillac CTS-V is a brand-new luxury sports sedan that takes the relatively tame CTS and shoehorns a 400 hp 5.7L V8 from a Corvette into the engine bay.

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2004 Cadillac DeVille trims

2004 DeVille

MPG City
17-18
MPG Hwy
24

The largest sedan in the lineup, the 2004 Cadillac DeVille seats five passengers in a luxurious interior complete with heated and cooled seats.

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2004 Cadillac Seville trims

2004 Seville

MPG City
18
MPG Hwy
26

The 2004 Cadillac Seville has entered its final year of production and bows out with a sole SLS trim level powered by a 275 hp Northstar V8.

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Cadillac approaches the 2004 model year with three brand-new vehicles designed to broaden their reach in the luxury car class. Billed on Cadillac's halo car, the 2004 XLR debuts as a two-seat, retractable hardtop convertible based on a Chevrolet Corvette frame. Distinct styling, Northstar V-8 engine power and available all-wheel drive are eye-catching characteristic of the Cadillac XLR. Entering the premium sport utility vehicle segment in 1999, Cadillac has taken the plunge into the relatively-new luxury crossover utility market for 2004. Direct competition to foreign luxury Mercedes-Benz M-Class and BMW X5 vehicles, the 2004 Cadillac SRX features utility vehicle proportions while also offering a car-like ride. A Northstar V-8 engine featuring variable valve timing and Magnetic Ride Control are some standout equipment offered with the new Cadillac SRX crossover. The third new entrant to the Cadillac product portfolio comes from their all-new V performance line. The 2004 Cadillac CTS-V is a high-end sport sedan equipped with a 400-horsepower, 5.7-liter V-8. A high-tech yet costly option, Night Vision technology that debuted on the DeVille in 2000 is no longer offered on the flagship sedan.