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Used Cadillac Vehicles Brooklyn, NY

During the mid-20th century, you knew you made it in life when you drove a Cadillac. This luxury brand is part of the General Motors conglomerate and has been favored by many celebrities – most notably Elvis Presley, who is best-known for gifting his mother a light pink 1955 Cadillac Fleetwood (even though his mother did not have a driver’s license). 

Given that it is a luxury brand, new Cadillac vehicles are on the pricier end of the spectrum. However, you can still feel like the King of Rock and Roll at a lower price when you shop for a used Cadillac model here at Brooklyn Mitsubishi. While we specialize in the Mitsubishi brand, we also love selling used vehicles and Cadillac is a brand that makes us “all shook up”. Purchasing a used Cadillac from our dealership means that you will save tons of money. With all that extra money you saved, you can get a custom paint job for your Cadillac to make it your own (or go for light pink)! 

When you shop with us here at Brooklyn Mitsubishi, you most likely won’t find a Fleetwood or a Coupe DeVille, but you will definitely find a high-quality model that is quite young and comes with the most luxurious features on the market. A favorite model for our customers is the Cadillac Escalade, which is a full-sized SUV that will provide the most comfort and luxury while delivering great performance as a workhorse. 

General Motors has always been known for its quality, and you will definitely find it in the Cadillac brand. In fact, many drivers still own Cadillac models purchased in the 1950s and 1960s – and they are still going strong! But just to ensure your safety, we perform a thorough inspection of each vehicle. 

To learn more about used Cadillac vehicles, please visit our dealership today!

 

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