2007 Cadillac Limousine


  • 2007 Cadillac DTS L
  • Superior Coaches
  • Manufactured By: Accubuilt , Lima Ohio
  • Only 24,390 Original Miles
  • 8 Lug Limo Chrome Wheels
  • Front & Rear Heated Seats
  • Front Cooled Seats
  • Rear Lumbar
  • Rear Flip Down Foot Rests
  • Rear Drop Down Lighted Vanity Mirrors
  • Shows Excellent With Minor Wear From Use


Vehicle Specs

2007 Cadillac DTS Personal Limo Only 24,390 Miles!
Coachbuilt: Cadillac DTS-L
The DTS-L was a discrete 6″ stretch

Information from the coach builder:
Accubuilt is the largest Cadillac Master Coachbuilder accounting for more than half of all custom-bodied Cadillacs. They transform traditional cars into high-quality prestige vehicles of distinction such as the Cadillac DTS-L. Every detail in its conversion was carefully orchestrated and precision hand-crafted to perfection, this is the hallmark to their exemplary reputation for manufacturing limousines and livery vehicles of extraordinary fit & finish.

The Cadillac DTS-L was an ultra-luxurious sedan with a discrete 6” stretch made by DaBryan Coach Builders for the 2007 & 2008 model years. The standard Cadillac DTS was 207.6” in length with a 115.6” wheelbase. DaBryan increased its length to 213.6” and the wheelbase was stretched to 121.6” creating a traditional luxury sedan in a contemporary motorcar.

DaBryan used Cadillac's W30 Livery package that included the short wheelbase extension as an incomplete vehicle requiring an upfit to facilitate an extension up to 8”. This was the coachbuilder's platform with four-wheel independent suspension. The bodywork was enhanced using 6” longer rear doors making the extension anonymously incorporated into the architecture.

The interior of the DTS-L was as distinctive as its exterior. The additional 6” provided a larger rear door as well as more legroom. The DTS-L out-shined the competition. It was the traditional-sized luxury that Americans were accustomed.

There were not one but three choices for the leather upholstery. Nuance leather with its buttery soft touch and sandstone grain, Tuscany and its tanned semi-aniline leather rich and sumptuous in texture, and Tehama a luxurious aniline leather usually found in fine home furnishings, all were truly elegant selections to make this special luxury sedan even more exclusive.

Natural Dark Babinga wood trim graced the instrument panel and door garnish rails. Standard features included: an air purification cabin filter, analog jewel clock, Electronic Cruise Control, automatic programmable power door locks with central locking feature and deck lid release, power windows, LED back-lit instrument panel, Electrochromic rearview mirror, tilt steering wheel with fingertip controls, Electronic Tri-zone Climate Control, LED front and rear reading lamps, and Theft-Deterrent system.

Accubuilt installed optional features for the DTS-L included lighted writing tables for rear seat passengers, two 12-volt telephone/computer power ports, carpeted rear seat footrests, DVD system with fold-away monitors, parking assist (back-up alarm), full-width rear floor mat with “DTS-L” embossing, power rear window sunshade package, front seat heating/cooling with rear seat heating, and an audio system with navigation, voice recognition, and eight speakers.

The Cadillac DTS-L put the driver in total command. With its broad wheel stance, superbly crafted chassis, stability & traction control, the DTS-L was the ultimate American grand touring sedan. Stabilitrak electronic stability control, robust stabilizer bars, low spring rates and a longer wheelbase made boulevard travel intrusion negligible.

Electronic Level Control maintained its poise adapting to changes in load and driving situations encountered. Electronic Throttle Control (ETC) replaced the mechanical link between the accelerator and engine throttle with electronic controls resulting in precise fuel-to-air measurements for optimum fuel efficiency and a clean-burn to keep the EPA happy.

The full function traction control applied brake pressure and decreased engine torque at all speeds for more control under any driving condition. Four-wheel independent suspension combined with front-wheel drive gave the wheels excellent traction and directional stability.

The Cadillac DTS-L was a network of technology. The DTS-L performance command network linked critical motion systems such as engine control management, transmission control, Stabilitrak with ABS, integrated body control, GM Goodwrench remote diagnostics, and radar-based Adaptive Cruise Control. Then there was the personalized control network that included the Electronic Climate Control, Driver Information Center, Air Bag Safety diagnostics, intellibeam controller, Adaptive Remote Start, and OnStar communications coordinate vital control systems.

The DTS possessed technology advancement similar to upgrading a computer operating system. Information travels fast between all components complements of a powerful electronic operating system. This system supplies rapid communication up to 50 times faster than previous systems, between critical vehicle performance and personalization functions.

The DTS-L was more than just a beautiful automobile. The classic simplicity of its design aided its aerodynamic efficiency. Its crisp dramatic lines dispel the wind. With precisely tight surface-to-surface relationships it appears virtually as a single piece of polished steel with a drag coefficient of 0.32, thus, increasing its efficiency slicing through the atmosphere. The DTS-L had bodywork devoid of unnecessary seams, rendering former welding techniques redundant.

Body panels were created as a single component eliminating any possibilities of corrosion in out of sight places. For example, tolerances of 0.08-inch between the tail lamp and deck lid help to reduce wind noise. Flush mounted front and rear moveable side glass keeps residual high-frequency “whistling” from entering the cabin.

South Jersey Classics is a 10,000-square foot classic and specialty collector automobile dealer, featuring 50+ vehicles. This vehicle is located in our showroom in Newfield, NJ, Our Dealership is on US Route 40 just off New Jersey Route 55, Exit 39B heading towards Elmer, NJ; conveniently just 40 Minutes East of Philadelphia, 40 Minutes West from the Major New Jersey Shore Points and 30 minutes North of the Delaware Memorial Bridge. Our Showroom is conveniently accessible from all major Southern New Jersey Roadways including New Jersey Turnpike, I-295, I-76, NJ Route 42, NJ Route 55, US Route 40, Atlantic City Expressway, New Jersey Parkway. Our website is www.SJClassics.com and our phone number is (856) 521-0832. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.

Engine Type
Engine Size
4.6 Liter V8
Transmission Type
4 Speed Automatic
Body Color
Body Style
Interior Color
Seating Type
Buckets With Folding Armrest Seat
Seat Material

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