Cadillac 2009 XLR System information

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C U S T O M E R C O N V E N I E N C E /P E R S O N A L I Z AT I O N G U I D E
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
DRIVER INFORMATION
Instrument Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Instrument Cluster . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Driver Information Center . . . . . . .3
RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
OPERATION
Lowering the Top . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Raising the Top . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
KEYLESS ACCESS &
PUSHBUTTON START
Opening the Doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Operating the Ignition . . . . . . . . . .5
Leaving the Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Valet Lockout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Opening the Trunk . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Closing the Trunk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Opening the Driver’s Door
During Loss of Electrical Power . .7
PERFORMANCE
Mobil 1® Motor Oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Premium Fuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Tire Pressure Monitor . . . . . . . . . . .9
Run-Flat Tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
COMFORT & CONVENIENCE
Adaptive Cruise Control . . . . . . . .10
Driver Shift Control . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Heated and Cooled Seats . . . . . .12
Heated Steering Wheel . . . . . . . .12
Bluetooth® System . . . . . . . . . . . .12
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OWNER PRIVILEGES™
Roadside Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Customer Assistance . . . . . . . . . . .15
Cadillac Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
XLR PREMIUM CARE . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
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Driver Information
INSTRUMENT PANEL
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3.
4.
5.
Head-Up Display (HUD) Controls
Turn Signal/Multifunction Lever
Instrument Cluster
Windshield Wiper/Washer Lever
Driver Information Center
(DIC) Controls
6. Air Outlets
7. Hazard Warning Flasher Button
8. Cruise Control Cancel Button
9. Audio Seek* or Adaptive Cruise
Control Gap Setting*
10. Source Control/Heated
Steering Wheel
11. Horn
12. Audio Preset Button
13. Volume Button
Refer to Owner Manual for further information.
*if equipped
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Performance
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15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
Mute/Voice Recognition
Pushbutton Start
Shift Lever
Traction Control Button
Retractable Hardtop Control
Climate Controls
Audio/Navigation System
Glove Box
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INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
1. Engine Coolant Temperature
Gage
2. Engine Oil Pressure Gage
3. Tachometer
4. Air Bag Readiness Light
5. Safety Belt Reminder Light
6. Speedometer
7. Traction Control System
Warning Light
8. Voltmeter
9. Fuel Gage
10. Anti-Lock Brake System
Warning Light
11. Brake System Warning Light
Note: The instrument panel cluster is
designed to let you know about many
important aspects of your vehicle’s
operation. It is important to read your
Owner Manual and become familiar with
the information being relayed to you
by the lights, gages and indicators, as well
as what action can be taken to ensure
safety and to prevent damage.
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DRIVER INFORMATION CENTER
(DIC)
The DIC informs you about the
status of many of your vehicle’s
systems and is used to display driver
personalization features and
warning/status messages. The
display is located at the bottom of
the instrument panel cluster. The
DIC controls are located on the
instrument panel to the right of
the steering wheel.
Pressing the top
or bottom of the
upper button
allows you to
scroll through the
available features
that will appear in
the DIC display.
These include the odometer, trip
information, tire pressure, oil life
and English/Metric selection.
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Warnings and Messages
If a problem is sensed in one of your
vehicle’s systems, a warning or
message will appear in the DIC
display. Possible warnings or
messages include: ABS ACTIVE, LOW
BRAKE FLUID, and SERVICE FUEL
SYSTEM. (See your Owner Manual
for a complete list of possible
warnings and messages.)
After a warning or message
appears, press the RESET button to
clear the display screen for further
use. Remember, pressing RESET only
makes the message disappear; it
does not resolve the problem.
Note: Your vehicle’s warnings and
messages provide critical information that
can prevent damage to your vehicle.
Review your Owner Manual to become
familiar with the information displayed
and the action required.
Keyless Access &
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Retractable
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Available personalization
features include:
Auto Recall — Seat, mirror and
steering wheel move to memory-set
driving position. (ON/OFF)
Auto Exit Recall — Seat and steering
wheel move to memory-exit
position. (ON/OFF)
Approach Lights — Activates
parking, front fog and backup lights
when the Unlock button on
transmitter is pressed. (ON/OFF)
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Personalization Features
Your XLR offers personalization
capabilities that allow you to
program certain features to a
preferred setting for up to two
drivers. Personalization features will
be recalled when the vehicle senses
the Keyless Access transmitter as
the door is opened or when the
appropriate memory button on the
driver seat is pressed.
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Exit Lights — Parking and front fog
lamps remain on with the
automatic headlight system for a
selected period of time after the
vehicle is off. (OFF/EXIT LIGHTS 15,
30, or 90 SEC)
Flash at Unlock — Two short flashes
of all turn signals when the Unlock
or Trunk button on transmitter is
pressed. (NO FLASH AT UNLOCK/
FLASH AT UNLOCK)
Flash at Lock — One long flash of all
turn signals when the transmitter
Lock button is pressed. (FLASH AT
LOCK/NO FLASH AT LOCK)
Fob Reminder — Horn sounds three
times when driver door is closed
and transmitter is inside car.
(OFF/HORN)
Passive Locking — Automatically
locks doors and sounds horn when
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leaving the vehicle with the
transmitter. (PASSIVE LOCKING
OFF/SILENT PASSIVE LOCK/HORN AT
PASSIVE LOCK)
Passive Unlocking — Automatically
unlocks driver’s door or both doors
when approaching the vehicle with
the transmitter. (PASSIVE UNLOCK
DRIVER/BOTH)
Auto Unlock — Automatically
unlocks either driver’s door or both
doors when in Park (P). (AUTO
UNLOCK OFF/DRIVER/BOTH)
Park Assist — Moves passenger’s
side mirror downward when in
REVERSE. (OFF/ON)
Language — Select language in
DIC and Head-Up Display.
(ENGLISH/FRENCH/GERMAN/
ITALIAN/JAPANESE/SPANISH)
Feature Programming
To change feature preferences:
Make sure the vehicle is running
and in Park (P).
Press the OPTIONS button (the DIC
will display the current driver for a
few seconds and then display the
first personalization menu items).
Use the OPTIONS button to change
the setting of the displayed feature.
Press the top or bottom of the
(Information) button to scroll
through the list of features.
When locating a feature you want
to change, press the OPTIONS
button again.
When finished, press the
RESET button to exit the
personalization menu.
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Keyless Access & Pushbutton Start
Your XLR features Keyless Access.
You can keep the Keyless Access
transmitter in a pocket or purse
and operate the doors, ignition
and trunk. The transmitter
communicates with the
XLR’s computer system via
radio antennas.
OPENING THE DOORS
OPERATING THE IGNITION
To open the XLR’s doors, simply
touch the pad located at the rear
edge of each door. Once the pad is
pressed, the doors unlock and open
if the transmitter is within three
feet of the door.
To start the engine, depress the
brake pedal and press the top of
the Start button located on the
instrument panel to the right of the
steering wheel. The engine will start
if the transmitter is in the car. To
turn the engine off, press the
bottom of the same button. When
the ignition is off, a red LED will
illuminate.
Pressing the
bottom of the
button again
will turn on the
accessory mode —
indicated by the
illumination of an
amber LED. Press
again to return
to off.
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LEAVING THE VEHICLE
Open the door by pressing the
button at the front of the armrest.
When exiting the vehicle, take the
Keyless Access transmitter with you.
You can lock your XLR using one of
three methods:
1 — Lock the doors with the
power door lock switch (A) located
on the door panel, step out, and
close the door.
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2 — Press the Lock button (B) on
the transmitter after you step out
of the vehicle.
B
3 — Program your vehicle for Passive
Locking, covered previously under
Personalization Features.
Note: The Keyless Access System also has a
lockout protection feature. See Fob
Reminder under Personalization Features,
covered previously in this guide.
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VALET LOCKOUT
A valet lockout switch is located
inside the glove box. Press the switch
to ON to disable the use of
the trunk and the convertible top.
The Keyless Access transmitter
cannot open the trunk if the valet
lockout switch is in the ON position.
Press the switch to OFF to enable use
of the trunk and convertible top.
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OPENING THE TRUNK
Your XLR provides three convenient
ways of opening the trunk.
1. Touch the pad located above the
license plate (the Keyless Access
transmitter must be within three
feet of the touchpad).
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OPENING THE DRIVER’S
DOOR DURING LOSS OF
ELECTRICAL POWER
If your vehicle has lost battery
power, you can open the driver’s
door manually.
If Outside the Vehicle:
1. Remove the cover located in the
left side of your rear bumper.
2. Insert your master key into the
lock cylinder and turn to open
the trunk.
3. Manually lift the trunk lid.
4. Open the access panel located on
the driver’s side of the trunk floor,
forward of the trunk partition,
and pull the door release handle.
The driver’s door can now
be opened.
If Inside the Vehicle:
Pull the door release handle located
on the floor next to the seat.
2. Press the Trunk
Release Button
located to the left
of the steering
wheel, or
3. Press the Trunk
Release Button on
the transmitter.
CLOSING THE TRUNK
The trunk lid can be closed only
one way. Press the button on the
underside of the trunk lid. The lid
will close and latch automatically.
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Retractable Hardtop Operation
LOWERING THE TOP
Note: To prevent damage to the top
mechanism, the top will not operate while
the vehicle is in Drive (D). If certain
conditions exist, the Driver Information
Center may display messages regarding
the retractable top. Refer to your Owner
Manual for instructions on raising the top
manually in case of a vehicle power loss.
1. Before lowering the hardtop, the
trunk partition must be in place.
2. Make sure the transmission
is in Park (P), the vehicle is
running or the ignition is in
ACCESSORY mode, and the
valet lockout switch is off.
3. Push and hold the bottom of the
Retractable Hardtop button until
the top is completely lowered
and the trunk lid closes and
latches. A chime signals that the
operation is complete.
RAISING THE TOP
1. Press and hold the top part
of the button until the top is
fully raised.
2. Press the button again within
five seconds to automatically
raise the windows.
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Performance
MOBIL 1® MOTOR OIL
PREMIUM FUEL
Your XLR comes factory-filled with
Mobil 1 synthetic oil. XLR’s computer
system monitors the life of the oil to
inform you when it needs to be
changed. To view the remaining oil
life, press the Information button
repeatedly until OIL LIFE appears in
the DIC display.
Your vehicle’s engine was designed
to use premium unleaded gasoline.
See your Owner Manual for
information on fuel use for your
particular vehicle.
The oil life monitor is programmed
to correspond to the attributes of
Mobil 1 synthetic oil. If you use
any motor oil other than Mobil 1
or equivalent synthetic oil, the oil
life monitoring system will not
be accurate.
Whenever your oil is changed, reset
the oil life monitor so it can calculate
when the next oil change is required.
TIRE PRESSURE MONITOR
The Tire Pressure Monitor alerts you
when a significant reduction in
pressure occurs in one or more of
your vehicle’s tires by illuminating
the (low tire pressure) warning
light on the instrument panel cluster.
The low tire pressure warning light
will remain on until you correct the
tire pressure.
A message may also appear on the
DIC (if equipped).
Correcting the Tire Pressure
When the low tire pressure warning
light illuminates, you must fill the
tire to the proper tire inflation
pressure (just as you must refuel the
vehicle when the low fuel warning
light illuminates). The Tire and
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Note: The Tire Pressure Monitor can alert
you about low tire pressure, but it doesn’t
replace normal monthly tire maintenance.
See Section 5 of y our Owner Manual.
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Loading Information label shows the
correct inflation pressure for the tires
when they’re cold. “Cold” means your
vehicle has been sitting for at least
three hours or driven no more than
one mile.
You can temporarily clear the DIC
message by acknowledging it with
your DIC controls. However, at the
next vehicle start-up, the DIC
message will reappear if the tire
pressure has not been corrected.
During cooler conditions, the low tire
pressure warning light may appear
when the vehicle is first started and
then turn off as you start to drive the
vehicle. This could be an early
indicator that your tire pressures are
getting low and need to be inflated
to the proper pressure.
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RUN-FLAT TIRES
The XLR is equipped with run-flat
tires that eliminate the need for a
spare. The tire design enables safe
function during and after loss of
pressure for some distance at a
moderate speed. The shorter the
distance you drive with loss of
pressure, the better the chance the
tire can be repaired.
As soon as possible, contact Roadside
Service for the nearest authorized
GM or run-flat servicing facility and
have the tire inspected.
Refer to the tire warranty
information for details about the
road hazard replacement plan,
which provides for the replacement
of tires rendered unserviceable by
a road hazard injury under
certain conditions.
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Comfort & Convenience
ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL
(if equipped)
Your XLR may be equipped with
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC). If the
lane ahead is clear, the system will
maintain the set speed the same as
conventional cruise control. When a
vehicle is detected in the same lane
in front of your car, the system will
adjust your speed to maintain a
constant following distance.
If a vehicle in your path is moving
at a significantly slower speed,
the system provides visible and
audible alerts.
Setting Adaptive Cruise Control
ACC is set by using the
multifunction lever located on the
steering column. To activate ACC:
1. Move the cruise control
switch to the On ( I ) position
(shown below).
2. Achieve the speed you desire.
3. Press the button at the end
of the lever.
4. Remove your foot from
the accelerator.
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Once ACC is engaged and the cruise
speed is set, the ACC symbol ( )
will appear in the Head-Up Display
(HUD) display along with the set
speed. Use the GAP button on the
steering wheel to set the follow
distance. Press the + or – symbol
on the steering wheel to increase
or decrease the follow distance.
The vehicle ahead symbol ( )
will appear on the HUD when
a vehicle in your path is moving
slowly enough for the ACC to
respond. ACC will adjust speed
and maintain the set gap. The
ACC may also apply limited
braking if necessary.
Increase, Decrease or
Resume Speed
• Push the switch to the +
position to increase a set speed.
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• Press the button at the end of
the lever to decrease a set speed.
• Move the switch to the +
position to resume a set speed
after braking.
Passing Another Vehicle
If you need to pass a vehicle, use
the accelerator pedal. With your
foot on the pedal, the ACC system
cannot automatically apply the
brakes. When you remove your foot
from the accelerator, ACC will
return to normal operation.
Note: ACC may not detect stationary or
slow-moving objects that suddenly appear
in your lane, and may even accelerate
toward these objects. Always give your
complete attention to driving and be
prepared to take appropriate action in
all situations.
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Driver Shift Control (DSC) is an
innovative feature that combines
the convenience of an automatic
transmission with the feel of a
high-performance manual.
In the Automatic Overdrive position,
the transmission will shift in the
customary fashion. To use the DSC
manual mode, move the shift lever
to the left. For a crisp upshift, tap
the shift lever forward and release.
To downshift, tap the lever
rearward and release. Your selected
gear will appear in the HUD.
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HEATED AND COOLED SEATS
For added comfort, your XLR
features innovative seats that can
be heated or cooled. The seat
controls are incorporated into the
main climate control system panel.
Press the seat temperature button
to turn the feature on and select
your desired setting. The left
button controls the driver’s seat
and the right button controls the
passenger’s seat. Each press of
the button advances you to a
different setting.
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The available settings in order are:
HI HEAT, LO HEAT, OFF,
HI COOL, LO COOL, OFF.
You will experience the temperature
changes in only a few minutes. The
feature automatically shuts off
when the vehicle is turned off.
HEATED STEERING WHEEL
For added comfort, your XLR may be
equipped with a heated steering
wheel. Press the button ( ) located
on the steering wheel to turn the
feature on or off. A light on the
button will illuminate to indicate
the system is on. It will take a few
minutes for the steering wheel to
begin heating.
BLUETOOTH® SYSTEM
The in-vehicle Bluetooth system
allows users with a Bluetoothenabled cell phone to make and
receive Hands-Free phone calls
utilizing the vehicle’s audio system,
microphone and controls. The
Bluetooth-enabled cell phone
must be paired to the in-vehicle
Bluetooth system before it can be
used in the vehicle.
Bluetooth Controls
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The following Bluetooth controls are
located on the steering wheel:
(Push to Talk) — Press
and hold for two seconds to
answer incoming calls, confirm
system information, and to start
voice recognition.
(Phone on Hook) — Press
to end or reject a call, and to cancel
an operation.
The system operates using voice
recognition commands. To help
increase accuracy, the system will
play a short tone after prompting
you for information or a command.
Do not speak until after the tone.
Not all phones will support all
functions. For more information,
visit www.cadillac.com/bluetooth.
For instructions on how to use the system,
see Section 3 of y our Owner Manual.
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The
is a powerful and
distinctive world-class performance
vehicle. Its state-of-the-art
technology delivers agility and
control with extraordinary precision
while an exquisite attention to detail
surrounds passengers in superb
comfort and style.
Following are some of the features
that make the
one of most
elite Cadillac models ever.
Performance
The
is powered by a
supercharged 4.4-liter Northstar
V8 engine that produces 443
horsepower and 414 lb.-ft. of torque,
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all of which propels the
from
0 to 60 in 4.6 seconds and through
the quarter-mile in 13 seconds.
The
’s handling prowess is
evident, with lateral g’s of .94 and a
low mass curb weight of 3,804 lbs.,
yet it still offers a luxurious,
uncompromised ride.
In addition, the
includes
these performance features:
• Performance-tuned suspension
system with touring and
performance modes
• Pirelli run-flat high
performance tires and
10-spoke aluminum wheels
• Premium brakes with crossdrilled rotors
• Specifically calibrated Magnetic
Ride Control
• StabiliTrak® with four driverselectable stability control modes
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• Specifically calibrated Magnetic
Ride Control
• StabiliTrak® with four driverselectable stability control modes
• Added engine, oil and
transmission cooling systems
• Low-restriction dual exhaust
system with four polished
stainless-steel exhaust tips
• Steerable adaptive forward
lighting with Xenon high-intensity
discharge lamps that read
steering direction and vehicle
speed to automatically aim the
headlights in the direction of the
vehicle (
&
)
Luxury
Specially designed interior features
of the
include:
• Hand-wrapped leather
interior components
• Perforated suede seat and
door inserts
• Kinetic Aluminum and exclusive
Zingana wood accents throughout
the interior
• XM Satellite Radio, touch-screen
DVD navigation system, and
premium Bose® 9-speaker audio
system (
&
)
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Owner PrivilegesTM
To make your ownership experience
as satisfying and rewarding as
possible, we are proud to provide
you with Cadillac’s exceptional
Owner Privileges™, designed
to accommodate you anytime
and anywhere.
ROADSIDE SERVICE
1-800-882-1112
Roadside Service provides every
Cadillac owner with the advantage
of contacting a Cadillac advisor and,
when appropriate, a Cadillac-trained
dealer technician who can provide
on-site services:
• Towing Service
• Battery Jump-Starting
• Lockout Assistance
• Fuel Delivery
• Flat Tire Assistance
(covers change only)
Roadside Service and OnStar®
Push the OnStar button, the vehicle
will send your GPS location to the
OnStar Advisor who will speak to
you, assess your problem, contact
Roadside Assistance and relay your
exact location so you get the help
you need.
Trip Interruption: If your trip is
interrupted due to a component
failure covered under warranty,
incidental expenses may be
reimbursed, including hotel, meals
and rental car.
Courtesy Transportation may also be
provided for warranted repairs,
including shuttle service for sameday repairs and loaner
transportation for overnight repair.
Roadside Service is also available to
Cadillac customers beyond the
warranty period for a charge.
CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE
1-800-458-8006
In Canada, call 1-888-446-2000.
Should you need to ask a question,
make a comment, or request
additional information, the exclusive
Cadillac Customer Assistance Center
is staffed around the clock with
professionals to serve you.
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CADILLAC ONLINE
For more information about your
Cadillac, including access to the
Cadillac owner Center at My GMLink,
visit www.cadillac.com.
Certain restrictions, precautions and
safety procedures apply to your vehicle.
Please read your Owner Manual for
complete instructions. All information
contained herein is based on information
available at the time of printing and is
subject to change without notice.
XLR is a registered trademark of Cadillac
Motor Car Division and General Motors
Corporation. Copyright 2008 by Cadillac
Motor Car Division. All rights reserved.
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When you call Cadillac Roadside
Service or Customer Assistance,
when possible, please provide the
phone advisor with:
• Your telephone number
• Your location
• Your Cadillac’s location
• A description of the problem
• Vehicle Identification Number
• Year and model of your Cadillac
• Delivery date
• Current mileage
Performance
Comfort &
Convenience
Owner
PrivilegesTM
XLR
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XLR Premium Care
Your new Cadillac XLR represents
the pinnacle of Cadillac luxury and
quality. You’ve made a significant
investment in a premium vehicle
and it is important to have specific
maintenance services performed
to protect your investment and to
ensure the long-term enjoyment of
your XLR.
That’s why Cadillac is providing you
with the XLR Premium Care
program at no additional charge.
XLR Premium Care will provide
the following recommended
scheduled maintenance for your
XLR at no charge1:
• Engine Oil and Engine Oil
Filter Replacement
• Engine Air Filter Replacement
• Passenger Compartment Air
Filter Replacement
Simply return to the Cadillac
dealership where you purchased
your XLR or any other Cadillac
dealership of your choice that is
authorized to service Cadillac XLR’s.
The dealership will perform the
required maintenance service and
send you on your way — with no
out-of-pocket expense to you.
The Cadillac XLR Premium Care
program remains in effect for the
first 4 years or 50,000 miles of
ownership, whichever occurs first.2
Like the Cadillac New Vehicle
Limited Warranty, XLR Premium
Care is transferable to any
subsequent owner.
1
See actual XLR Premium Care Agreement
for full details on types and number of
services provided.
2
Coverage period is calculated from Warranty
Start Date and 0 miles. Warranty Start Date
is defined as the first day the vehicle is placed
in service either by the initial purchaser/
lessee or when the vehicle is placed in dealer
demonstrator service or as a GM companyowned vehicle. Company-owned vehicles
include PEP, work-related, special event,
engineering test and courtesy use.
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Refer to Owner Manual for further information.
Driver
Information
Keyless Access &
Pushbutton Start
Retractable
Hardtop
Operation
Performance
Comfort &
Convenience
Owner
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XLR
Premium Care
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