General information, features, pricing, and specifications for the 2005 Cadillac XLR convertible, considered a high-performance luxury sports model.
Cadillac, part of the General Motors corporation, began in October of 1902, and by January of the following year, the fledgling company had completely sold out. According to Wikipedia, en.wikipedia.org, the name 'Cadillac' is associated with premium standards and high quality in America, and is commonly used in phrases like, 'the Cadillac of clocks.'
According to Automotive.com, www.automotive.com, the Cadillac XLR convertible is the company's flagship car; it is a luxurious, high-performance, and edgy sports car based on the new Corvette. It really is an impressive looking convertible; its angular styling really catches the light. The top goes down in 30 seconds. The car has a tough grip on the road and excellent handling. The Cadillac XRL has a 320-horsepower V8 engine with variable-valve technology.
The Cadillac XLR starts at $76,650.
For more information on the Cadillac XLR, visit About Cars, cars.about.com, Wikipedia Encyclopedia, en.wikipedia.org, or Automotive.com, www.automotive.com.
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