The 1995 Cadillac Eldorado's base engine is a 4.9-liter, V-8 engine that delivers 275 horsepower. Its powerful 4.6-liter, Northstar V-8 engine is now even more powerful, delivering 300 horsepower. Despite its weight, both V-8 engines do a great job in delivering brisk performance. The 4.9-liter engine offers lively acceleration, but the Northstar engine offers an amazing adrenaline-fueled driving experience. This particular engine takes the Eldorado from standstill to 60 mph within 7.5 seconds, which is two seconds faster than the timing of the base. Unlike the previous generation, it does not wallow or bob around corners or over dips. The steering is precise, and both models are very stable at high speeds and while tackling tight corners.
The 1995 Cadillac Eldorado offers a good amount of interior space. The front seats offer lots of legroom and headroom, and the rear seat is also quite spacious for a coupe. However, the rear seatback is a little too reclined for comfort. Moreover, the driver’s visibility is impaired toward the rear due to the huge, thick rear pillars. On a positive note, the trunk is quite large. Up front, the buttons for air-conditioning and heating are located somewhere behind the steering wheel, which makes them difficult to see and use while driving. The front bucket seats are supportive, although the lumbar bolstering is not as good as expected.
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