What engine did the Cadillac XLR have?
4.6 L Northstar V8
|4.6 L Northstar V8 4.4 L Northstar Supercharged V8
|5-speed 5L50 automatic 6-speed 6L80 automatic
How many miles will a Cadillac last?
How long does a Cadillac CTS last? The average life expectancy of the CTS is about ten years. As a result, the vehicle is one of Cadillac’s longest-lasting models, and many owners report their cars lasting over 200,000 miles with regular maintenance.
How much horsepower does a Cadillac xlrv have?
@ CoolShirtGuy & BR2′: Your comments on high revving engines with high horsepower and low torque remind me of Honda’s V-Tech 4 cylinder engines, their torque is so low, it’s almost nonexistent, and a Civis SI’s engine revs up to 8,000 RPM.
What was the price of the first Cadillac XLR?
MSRP – $86,000. The Cadillac XLR-V, was a high-performance variant of the XLR and part of the first-generation V-Series, with a total 443 horsepower (330 kW). Cadillac gave the public its first glimpse of the supercharged XLR-V in its Super Bowl commercial, which aired February 6, 2005.
Is the Cadillac XLR-V its own brand?
@ CoolShirtGuy: SRT (Street and Racing Technology) is it’s own brand, but the only car they fully build is, of course, the new Viper. @ BR2′: I agree, Corvette should not be it’s own brand, I didn’t think Ram should have been made its own brand, either.
What’s the difference between a corvette and a Cadillac XLR?
Features. Whereas the Chevrolet Corvette (C6) was powered by a 6.0L LS2 V8 engine, the XLR featured Cadillac ‘s 4.6L Northstar V8 (which was also supercharged in the XLR-V), and while the C6 Corvette offered a six-speed manual transmission, the XLR featured either a five-speed 5L50 automatic transmission, or a six-speed 6L80 automatic transmission.