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Cadillac has been using the Deville name since 1949 on various luxury models. The modern Deville (which is what this page is for) should not be confused with the Coupe Deville which was a classic car that was recognizable in the 1950s for its fins.
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Following a redesign in 1994, the Deville shared the K-Body platform with the Seville. There have been two engine options for the modern version: the 4.9 L HT-4900 V8 and the 4.6 L Northstar V8. The transmission comes in two flavors: the 4T60 and 4T80 4-speed automatic trannys made by Cadillac. The car was one of the first to include OnStar onboard navigation systems and XM satellite radio, along with a Raytheon night vision system that aids drivers at night and was discontinued following the 2005 model, in which only 145 were built with that option. An upgraded Concours model of the Deville sold from 1994 until 1999 offers more powerful engines (up to 300 horsepower) . The Deville name is gone for the 2006 model year, but the car had not been discontinued, just renamed the DTS. Used models from the past 11 years are widely available on the used car market for a significant discount of new sticker price, and parts can be found on eBay.
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