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1985 Cadillac Cimarron - J-Body Car Pictures
The Cimarron was an unusual compact car offering from Cadillac, starting production in 1982 and ending in 1988. It is based on the GM J-Body platform, also used by the Chevrolet Cavalier.
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A lot of critics were baffled by the Cimarron. It was basically a rebadged Cavalier with a lot more options. The Cavalier was an economy car and was half the price of its Cadillac counterpart. Even Cadillac seemed wary of associating itself with the car, as it was initially advertised as the Cimarron by Cadillac rather than making it sound like it was a true Cadillac model. The options were very luxurious and included top-of-the-line interior and electronics. The car became more refined towards the end of its run, but its name was already tarnished and consumers considered it a Cadillac Econobox. Cadillac would not make another entry-level car of this magnitude until the Catera came along in 1997. The Cimarron can still be found on the used car market, although it is much rarer than the Cavalier from the same years. Many parts are interchangable, and can be found on eBay.
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