Cadillac d'Elegance Models and d'Elegance History

With the disappearance of the Cadillac Fleetwood after the 1996 model year, the DeVille became the American luxury brands new flagship vehicle. In order to better reflect the DeVille as a high-end luxury sedan, the dElegance moniker was incorporated during for 1997. A lavishly appointed model, the Cadillac dElegance featured a number of exclusive details. One defining element of the Cadillac dElegance was the presence of golden exterior accents and a high shine chrome finish on the cast-aluminum wheels. Inside, the Cadillac dElegance is decorated with genuine Zebrano wood. The interior also features front seats with power lumbar adjusters and an 11-speaker Active Audio stereo system. A trunk-mounted 12-disc CD player was offered as option equipment. Powered by a 4.6-liter Northstar V-8 engine producing 275 horsepower, the front-wheel drive dElegance is equipped with a four-speed transaxle. Operating on a standard automatic rear level control suspension and Magnasteer speed-sensitive steering, the Cadillac dElegance provided a stable, comfortable ride for up to six passengers. Safety features coming standard on the high-end Cadillac such as front and side airbags as well as an anti-lock braking system provided rich protection to the vehicles occupants. The dElegance ended production in the 1999 with the conclusion of the seventh-generation Cadillac Deville. In 2000, the DeVille DHS model took over the dElegances place in the line-up.

New and Used d'Elegance Prices, Cadillac d'Elegance Model Years and History

The 1999 Cadillac d 'Elegance is a full-size luxury sedan that offers optional seating for six and a greater level of upscale amenities over the standard DeVille.
A full-size luxury sedan that offers optional seating for six, the 1998 Cadillac d 'Elegance features more standard upscale amenities over the base DeVille.