With a stunning and eye-catching design, exceptionally
powerful performance, and nimble agility, the striking new
2002 Cadillac Eldorado Coupe is all revved up to go for
a new year. Not only does it pack a lot of guts, it is stylish,
contemporary, and absolutely overflowing with creature comforts
and sensible qualities.
Up for grabs for 2002 are the Cadillac Eldorado
ESC Coupe and the Cadillac Eldorado ETC Coupe. The main
differences between these two outstanding models found mainly
in both interior features and in the performance department.
The five-passenger Eldorado ESC Coupe highlights
heated eight-way power front bucket seats, genuine leather
seating, four-way power lumbar adjustment, leather-wrapped
tilt steering wheel with climate and audio controls, and
a powered pull-down trunk. As well, this coupe is equipped
with a multitude of programmable features, power door locks,
power windows, cruise control, dual-zone electronic climate
control, and an anti-theft AM/FM stereo with cassette player
and six speakers.
Up to the next level, the Eldorado ETC Coupe adds an anti-theft
Bose Music System with CD player and four speakersa lether
steering wheel with wood trim, and perforated leather upholstery.
The aerodynamic design of the Eldorado Coupe
models is enhanced with solar-ray tinted glass, heated power
dual outside mirrors, all-season tires, sixteen-inch wide-spoke
finished cast aluminum wheels, and an optional glass sunroof
with sunshade and one-touch express-open feature. The Eldorado
ETC Coupe includes Rainsense wipers and sixteen-inch narrow-spoke
finished cast aluminum wheels, and is offered in available
special ETC Collector Series Aztec Rad or ETC Collector
Series Alpine White (in addition to the basic array of colors).
The Eldorado ESC Coupe is equipped with an impressive
4.6-litre Northstar engine that pumps out 275 horsepower
and 300 lb-ft of torque, and features front-wheel drive,
all-speed traction control, and a responsive four-speed
automatic transmission with overdrive and electronic shift
control. Each vehicle also sports four-wheel brakes with
ABS, electronic rear-level control system, and speed-sensitive
Upgrading performance a few notches, the Eldorado ETC Coupe
also has a 4.6-litre Northstar engine but this time producing
300 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque. It is built with
a continuously-variable road-sensing suspension - a computer-controlled
active suspension system with adjustable, computer-controlled
chock absorbers. This model also boasts the benefits of
StabiliTrak, a computer-controlled stability enhancement
Safety and Security
Each of the 2002 Cadillac Eldorado Coupes features
safety standards that include driver and front passenger
air bags, central locking, one year OnStar Luxury &
Leisure service, remote keyless entry system, PAA-Key III
theft deterrent system with audible arming, ABS brakes,
and traction control.
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