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    About Cadillac XLR Lighting

    Being based on the previous generation of Chevy Corvette, the Cadillac XLR was introduced in the 2003 during the Detroit Motor Show, and was put into production in the 2004. Everything about XLR model is special, starting from the equipment and ending up with its catchy exterior design that is hard not to be noticed. The XLR model was introduced as a grand touring machine as compared to other sport cars. The XLR presence has been outlined by the blowing mixture of a bold styling and tasty wood accents inside that really excited everyone who found himself inside this posh car. The retractable hardtop roof added even more chic and elegancy to this model, allowing more comfort during the sizzling sunny days, and being safe as well.

    As much as the XLR model attracts everyone’s looks, it requires its owner’s attention as well. CARiD is here to help maintain your Cadillac XLR Lighting, and let it light up the road under the various conditions. We offer the top notch lighting parts, comprised within the firm quality and a long lasting service. There is no need getting lost in the never-ending online deals because CARiD has everything your Caddy needs. Our target is your 100% satisfaction!

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    Cadillac XLR Discontinued
    Cadillac XLR Discontinued

    In 2009 the last XLR came off the line. It was a hardtop convertible based on the Corvette chassis. This roadster was equipped with 4.6-liter V8 engine that could run the car from 0 to 60 mph in about five and a half seconds. The XLR was GM's attempt of building luxury roadster.

    “The most expensive vehicle in the luxury brand's lineup, has been killed. The last XLR rolled off the line in Bowling Green, Kentucky sometime this spring, making 2009 its final model year. Cadillac sold just 1,250 XLRs in 2008, a 28 percent decline from 2007 sales.”

    “When it was introduced, the Cadillac XLR was priced around $76,000, but prices rose steadily. For 2009, Cadillac only sold the XLR in its most expensive packages. The 2009 Cadillac XLR Platinum starts at $86,200, including an $840 destination charge. The 2009 Cadillac XLR-V starts at $104,200, including shipping.”

    After making unsuccessful attempts to build a convertible that would be popular among the American customers, the Cadillac makes another attempt to build a soft top convertible that would be at a lower price point. The new vehicle will be based on the Alpha platform that will be between the ATS and CTS models. The new convertible is expected to be a competitor for the Audi's A5 and the Mercedes’ E-Class. So far there is no information about the possible engines and there are chances that we would not see the model until 2013.