1995 Cadillac Fleetwood
The 1995 Cadillac Fleetwood is an automobile with a four-door saloon (sedan) body style with an engine located in the front of the vehicle and drives the rear wheels. A 5.7-liter naturally aspirated engine provides the necessary power for the vehicle. This machine has two valves per cylinder, and the overhead valve gear is set up in a 90-degree V8 configuration. 260 horsepower (264 horsepower/194 kW) of power is produced at 5000 rpm, while maximum torque of 447 Nm (330 lb-ft/45.6 kgm) is produced at 3200 rpm. The engine transfers power to the wheels using a four-speed automatic transmission system. It has been reported as having a curb weight of 2017 kg. The maximum reported speed is 174 kilometers per hour (108 miles per hour), and the indicated fuel consumption estimates are 17/25 US MPG EPA city/highway, respectively.
Performance and Fuel Economy
During the 1995 Cadillac Fleetwood model year, the Integrated Chassis Control System was implemented to distinguish between smooth and bumpy roads. This difference was made based on the amount of vertical movement and the weight of the load. On dry, rough roads, the ABS/TC (Traction Control) controller was programmed with this information to limit the usage of the ABS system. Since the 1995 model year, Cadillacs have been available with V8 engines. For the 350 CID LT1 engine, cast iron blocks and heads, cast aluminum intake manifolds, hydraulic valve lifters, and five main bearings were used. Power output from the 5.7-liter V8 engine was listed as high as 260 hp (5,000 rpm) and 447 Newton-meters (3,000 rpm). Sequential Port Fuel Injection was used with a paper fuel filter and an electronic in-tank fuel pump on the engine, and the Powertrain Control Module managed it.
Design, Comfort, and Quality
Rear-wheel drive D-body replaced the DeVille’s front-wheel-drive C body, which the Cadillac Brougham had previously utilized, to rename the Fleetwood for 1993. A front-wheel-drive vehicle was converted to a rear-wheel-drive vehicle in the United States, making it a pioneer in the field. Fleetwood was the longest car ever constructed in the United States at the time, with a total length of 225 inches (5,700 mm). All 1995 Cadillac Fleetwoods, with the exception of commercial chassis, came standard with antilock brakes, traction control, and twin front airbags as standard equipment. A new 4L60E automatic transmission was introduced in 1994 by Cadillac to manufacture the XTS sedan with 260 horsepower (194 kW) from the LT1 350 cu in (5.7 L) engine.
It is said that most funeral coaches and limousines constructed between 1993 and 1996 used a Fleetwood commercial chassis rather than the DeVille. After the Fleetwood was phased out, the DeVille was brought back into production in 1997. In 1996, General Motors discontinued the Cadillac Fleetwood and all other rear-wheel-drive sedans due to the rising SUVs. The assembly plant was converted to build trucks for the Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe.
The Brougham option package included all-vinyl tops, C-pillar badges, memory for six driver seat adjustments, heated front lumbar seats, badging on the instrument panel, and storage armrests for the rear seats. Prestwick Cloth or leather adorns the seats, or the whole vinyl top can be removed from the kit. Optional features on the car were an AM/FM/CD stereo with auxiliary input and an automatic dimming rearview mirror, as well as a full-size spare tire and sliding glass sunroof (dubbed “Astro roof”).
The interiors were covered with leather and cloth. The Fleetwood and Fleetwood Brougham were standard with power windows and door locks, Cruise Control, a leather-wrapped Tilt & Telescopic steering wheel, cycle-controlled wipers, and Electronic Climate Control. The premium automobile may be customized with various options. With the largest head and legroom of any American-made luxury sedan, they were perfect for families with up to six passengers. Fleetwood’s last bow came from Cadillac’s final full-size classic luxury sedan.
- Height: 57.1 in
- Length: 225.1 in
- Width: 78.0 in
- Curb weight: 4,478 lbs
Engine type: 5.7 l Gas V8
Fuel tank: 23 g
1995 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD Factory Service Manual
These manuals go through every aspect of how the car operates. The vehicle’s purchase price does not include the service manual for your 1995 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD.
- Safety Restraints
- Before Driving
- Starting and Operating
- Vehicle Maintenance
The service manuals for the 1995 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD are vast and cover every aspect of the vehicle’s service and repair. It is recommended that factory original Cadillac repair manuals always accompany a mechanic when in the shop.
1995 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD — Owner’s Manual
When you buy a 1995 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD, you get an owner’s manual containing all the required information for future maintenance, vehicle operation, and features.
The owner’s manual for the 1995 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD provides more operational suggestions to enhance the user experience.