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The problem with owning an XLR

monepit

Seasoned Member
Joined
Dec 8, 2008
Messages
318
Location
Evansville Indiana
My XLR/V(s)
2004 black raven
I was looking at my maintenance records yesterday and I realized I've put 20000 miles on the x in one year, 1700 on my truck and 9000 on the BMW. This car is so much fun to drive I always choose it unless the weather is bad. We'll just see how many miles you can get out of one of these babies.
 

ChicagoDave

Seasoned Member
Joined
Jun 13, 2009
Messages
1,289
Location
Lindenhurst, IL (Far North Chicago Sub)
My XLR/V(s)
2007 Black XLR V, 2005 Black XLR, 2018 XT5 AWD , 2010 Black CTX, 2007 SRX
I was looking at my maintenance records yesterday and I realized I've put 20000 miles on the x in one year, 1700 on my truck and 9000 on the BMW. This car is so much fun to drive I always choose it unless the weather is bad. We'll just see how many miles you can get out of one of these babies.

I know what you mean, Dave. I bought my '05 XLR over the summer, with 131,000 miles on it. Only 4 months of ownership and I have just under 140,000 miles. At this rate, I'm going to catch up to my 2000 DTX with 163,000 miles. Not putting many miles on the DTX lately. I figure it will get back to "normal" on the DTX as winter approaches. I'm looking at getting over 200K miles on both of them.

:cool:
 
S

speedway

Guest
The Northstar engine has been fine tuned that you will get many wonderful mile out of it. Hard to believe that Cadillac wont have it anymore. :( It will be missed by many.

Fred:wave:
 

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