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Cadillac Cimarron Sales Figures

Cadillac Cimarron

The Cadillac Cimarron was an entry-level luxury car manufactured and marketed by the Cadillac division of General Motors for model years 1982–1988 over a single generation, with a mild facelift in 1985. The Cimarron was discontinued following the 1988 model year. It was replaced by the Cadillac Catera, which was a more upscale and European-inspired car.

Cadillac Cimarron Overview

The Cimarron was the first post-war compact car offered by the brand, the four-door was developed to compete with similarly-sized premium sedans marketed by European automakers in North America. The flagship offering of the GM J platform, the Cimarron had joined the project just 11 months prior to the J-Cars’ arrival in showrooms, and had very little involvement in the developing the program.

The Cimarron was powered by a 2.5L inline-4 engine that produced 105 horsepower and 100 lb-ft of torque. It was available with a three-speed automatic transmission. The Cimarron was not well-received by critics or consumers. It was criticized for its poor performance, cheap interior, and lack of luxury features. It was also seen as a betrayal of Cadillac’s tradition of building high-quality luxury cars.

Cadillac Cimarron Sales Figures

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