Do you know when – and why – your car needs a regular service and maintenance? Here’s your ultimate car maintenance guide for a safe car.
Icy winter roads pose a considerable risk to drivers and are responsible for over 500,000 accidents each year. While it might sound unavoidable, there are a few things you can do to reduce your risk.
When fall comes around and the temperatures start to drop, it is the perfect time to get your car winter-ready. By following this maintenance guide, you can ensure that your car will be safe while driving out on those snowy and icy roads.
Don’t miss out on a good deal for your new Cadillac. Here’s how to negotiate a trade in for a fair price towards your brand-new car.
Buying a new car is exciting. You replace your old ride with a new make and model to upgrade your driving experience.
If you’re like most people, this happens every 11 years or so. But what to do with your old car? Sure, you can sell it privately, but a trade-in cuts the cost of your new car. It’s almost always the better option.
But how do you negotiate so you get the most for your old vehicle? Here are a few tips.
Contrary to popular belief, performing a DIY oil change may not actually save you time or money. Find out why you should leave it to the experts.
Have you thought about doing your own oil changes? How hard can it be, anyway? Simply drain the old oil and add the new. Simple, right?
Car maintenance costs can quickly add up, so it makes sense that many owners might look to what they can do on their own. And with an oil change seemingly not needing any special equipment, that makes it an obvious choice.
However, there’s a reason almost everyone you know gets theirs done at the dealership or garage. While not impossible, it’s certainly not as convenient as one might think.
Keep reading to find out why a DIY oil change is a DIY don’t.
Car brands live and die by their reputations, and nothing signifies this reputation quicker than their logo. What does the Cadillac logo stand for? Read here.
The classic Cadillac logo is one of the most recognized branded images on the planet.
But have you ever wanted to learn more about this symbol of status and luxury? Especially if you’re currently in the market for a new Cadillac, you may be curious about the history of the brand and the Cadillac symbol as a whole.
You’ve come to the right place.
In this post, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about the famous and beloved colorful wreath and crest, and how it’s evolved over the past few decades.
Then, we’ll fill you in on where you can find the Cadillac you’ve always dreamed of owning.
Which should you buy between the Cadillac Escalade ESV vs EXT? Check out this guide to find out.
During its first year of production, Cadillac put nearly 2500 cars into the market, which at that time, was a considerable number.
The Cadillac name was derived from and named after the French explorer Antoine Laumet de La Mothe Cadillac who founded the city of Detroit in 1701. Cadillac was created in 1902 by Henry Leland, who convinced shareholders of Henry Ford’s failed company to stay in business.
He wanted to combine the latest Ford frame with a cylinder engine and with the blessing of the shareholders, used this methodology to create Cadillac. The first Cadillac was $850.
Over a hundred years later, we’re looking at comparisons like the Escalade ESV vs EXT. Cadillac introduced the world’s first electric self-starter and was the first automotive company to provide automatic windshield wipers and power steering as standard equipment on all of its vehicles.
Now Cadillacs can cost well over $50,000. Al Capone’s very own Cadillac was the first presidential bulletproof limo. But which is the best buy today? Keep reading to find a break down of the ESV vs the EXT.
From Front Pedestrian Detection to a Rear Cross Traffic Alert, find out how the XT5’s Driver Awareness Package makes your Cadillac XT5 safer.
A top IIHS rating for the Cadillac XT5 goes a long way to establish the car as one of the safest vehicles in America. And even though IIHS ratings mostly focus on the effectiveness of rear braking systems, the XT5’s Driver Awareness Package played a big role in its safety rating.
But what exactly is the role of the Driver Awareness Package?