Cadillac XLR

This is not your father's Cadillac; although it could be your grandfather's, and that's not a put-down. A couple of generations ago, a Cadillac badge meant world-class performance. Cadillacs finished 10th and 11th at Le Mans in 1950. They competed in the early days of NASCAR. Go back further, to the early 1930s, and Cadillac made a 16-cylinder open two-seater that could scare a Duesenberg costing double its price.Beneath its edgy, ultra-modern styling the XLR represents a return to those glory days. The Cadillac XLR is a hardtop convertible. Press a button and the top goes up or down in 30…

Cadillac Owner Reviews

Browse highest rated Cadillac vehicles as reviewed by owners in the Autoblog Community


Cadillac Models by Price




XLR For Sale

See All XLR For Sale

Cadillac XLR

News & Reviews

See All News

Cadillac XLR


See All Photos

Cadillac XLR


See All Videos