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(2007 Cadillac DTS)
in Norfolk, VA on December 11, 2012
The car is paid for. Im a retiree on a fixed income therefore i do not have large amounts of money to repair my car. I have not been told what the cost would have been to repair each time i have gone in. I have experienced most of the problems stated from others on this site. I realize no car is totally reliable. I cannot afford to make car payments again. Has someone done the math on overall cost for the usual problems for the 2007 DTS?
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of Greg's Orange Auto on December 11, 2012
no i haven't but all amer.made cars tend to cost more as mileage increases. honda or toyota are good low maint cost veh
on December 11, 2012
"Overall cost for usual problems" that is a new one! Let's just say this vehicle has a slightly HIGHER than average overall cost for usual problems. (This is because it is a Cadillac = American-made, hi-end G.M.) Global helper is correct regarding Hondas and Toyotas...they have LOWER than average overall costs for usual problems (and they tend to have LESS problems too)
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