2008 Cadillac XLR

    2008 Cadillac XLR Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the Cadillac XLR

    • We drove the XLR fairly hard and found the steering crisp and properly weighted.

      - AutoWeek
    • There's push-button start, and once running it proved to be a smooth engine, with a nice snarl when we jumped on it, a smooth throttle response and a fluid buildup of power.

      - AutoWeek
    • With 320 hp and GM's much touted Magnetic Ride Control, the XLR should prove to be every bit as much of a performance car as it is a luxury roadster.

      - Edmunds.com
    • It boasts a beautiful and luxurious interior that befits its $76,200 price. And it's a hardtop convertible: Press a button and the hard top goes up or down in 30 seconds.

      - New Car Test Drive

    Cadillac XLR Comparisons

    • XLR competes with such cars as the Lexus SC 430 and Mercedes-Benz SL500. It's greater in wheelbase and width than those rivals, but shorter overall, lower, and slightly lighter.

      - Consumer Guide

    Best one-liner about the Cadillac XLR

    • Cadillac's best shot yet at regaining premier status in the luxury car world.

      - Edmunds.com

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