2006 Cadillac XLR 4,6 V8 Aut Covertible

KR. 425.000

Cadillac XLR 4,6 V8 Aut Convertible 2006

Cadillac`s flagskibs model i 2006

Denne bil blev købt af en dansk samler i 2006 på bilmessen i Bella centret.

På danske plader med afgift betalt fra ny.

Nyprisen var kr. 1.500.000 med dansk afgift.

Bilen har kun kørt 25441 km.

326 HK……

Her kan man købe noget andre ikke har…..

Udstyrslisten er alen lang…..

Metal folde tag
Elektriske lædersæder med memory.
Rat med memory
Elektrisk åbning af dørene
Elektrisk justerbare spejle
Elektrisk Foldebare spejle
Varme og køling af sæderne
Touch skærm
Rat styring af lyd og Tlf.
Dobbelt klima anlæg
Bose lydanlæg incl. højtaler i sæderne
Nøglefri betjening
Radar-based adaptive cruise control / fart pilot
Motor: 4,6L V8 32 ventiler med 326 hk

Stel nummer: 1G6YV34A845602827

Speedometer viser: 25441 km.

Sidst synet i DK: 21.02.2023

Seneste registrerings nummer: DP78110

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Fra wikipedia:
The Cadillac XLR is a front-engine, rear-drive, two passenger roadster manufactured and marketed by Cadillac from 2003 to 2009 across a single generation — and noted for its power retractable hardtop, Bulgari designed interior instruments, head-up display, adaptive suspension marketed as Magnetic Ride Control, rear-mounted transmission and near 50/50 front-to-rear weight distribution. As Cadillac’s flagship model, the XLR was introduced at the 2003 North American International Auto Show and began production with model year 2004 — foreshadowed by the 1999 Evoq concept.

Sharing the GM Y platform and manufactured alongside the Chevrolet Corvette in Bowling Green, Kentucky, the two cars also share hydroformed perimeter frame and composite bodywork construction — though each have unique exterior and interior styling, suspension settings and engine. The XLR was the first production Cadillac with radar-based adaptive cruise control (ACC)[6] and the first to offer both heated and cooled seats.

The XLR was nominated for the North American Car of the Year award for 2004.

The Cadillac XLR was marketed as a luxury roadster and offered numerous features either as standard equipment or as options, including a touchscreen GPS navigation radio with an AM/FM radio, CD changer, XM Satellite Radio, full voice control, and a full Bose premium amplified audio system, adaptive cruise control, Bulgari-branded instrument panel cluster,[7] OnStar, High Intensity Discharge (HID) front headlamps, perforated luxury leather-trimmed seating surfaces with power-adjustable, heated and cooled bucket seats with a driver’s memory system, luxury carpeted floor mats with embroidered ‘XLR’ logos, premium aluminum-alloy wheels, and wood interior trim.

The XLR’s featured adaptive suspension with magneto-rheological shock absorber fluid for enhanced ride control. The system uses four wheel-to-body displacement sensors to measure wheel motion over the road surface and responds by adjusting the shock damping almost instantly. The shock absorbers are filled with a fluid that contains suspended iron particles that respond to magnetic signals. The system responds by constantly monitoring motion and changing the damping forces at all four corners of the vehicle — to modulate body motion during aggressive maneuvers or on uneven road surfaces.

Where the Chevrolet Corvette (C6) was powered by a 6.0L LS2 V8 engine and offered a six-speed manual transmission, the XLR featured Cadillac’s 4.6L Northstar V8 (supercharged in the XLR-V) and either a five-speed 5L50 automatic transmission, or a six-speed 6L80 automatic transmission. It produced 320 hp and 310 lb·ft of torque in the standard trim. Optional XLR equipment included polished aluminum-alloy wheels, exterior and interior color options, and different interior trim options.

Year: 2006
Make: Cadillac
Model: XLR 4,6 Aut
Body Style: Convertible
Transmission: Automatic
Condition: Slightly Used
Location: Wittrupvej 1 7120 Vejle Ø
Price: KR. 425.000
Exterior Color: Metallic
Interior Color: Creme
MPG: City / Highway
VIN Number: 1G6YV34A845602827
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