The high-end version of the DeVille sedan, the Cadillac Concours became the brands leading performance luxury flagship during the 1994 model year. The Concours received a mild styling refresh during the 1997 model year along with the Cadillac Deville. 209.8 inches in total length, the large Cadillac sedan was exceptionally equipped for five-passenger comfort. Automatic dual-zone climate control, cruise control, stereo with cassette and CD player as well as keyless entry was standard conveniences delivered with the Concours. A self-leveling suspension and four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes provided the 1998 Cadillac Concours with stable handling along with steady stopping. Power moonroof, CD charger and OnStar could be ordered as additional equipment on the luxury sedan. Front-wheel driven, the 1998 Concours benefited from a 300-horsepower version of Cadillacs Northstar V-8 engine. The 4.6-liter powerplant was paired with a four-speed automatic transmission. For 1999, front massaging lumbar seats were a unique option on the Cadillac Concours. With a redesign of the DeVille in 2000, the DeVille DTS sedan replaced the Concours model.