Cadillac in Oklahoma City

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If you’re in the market for a luxury model like the Cadillac XT4, you’re sure to find the perfect vehicle for your life at Bob Moore Cadillac Norman or Bob Moore Cadillac Edmond. Serving car buyers all around the Oklahoma City area, you’ll find great deals and special offers on your choice of luxury sedans, coupes and SUVs.

Check out our large inventory of new Cadillac models as well as quality pre-owned vehicles close to where you work and play. Get an affordable Cadillac with our in-house finance department. We’ll help you care for your new ride with our trained and certified service technicians.

Schedule a Test Drive at Bob Moore Cadillac Norman and Bob Moore Cadillac Edmond

Get behind the wheel of a Cadillac Escalade or Cadillac CT-5 to see how it feels. A test drive at Bob Moore Cadillac Norman or Bob Moore Cadillac Edmond will tell you if this is the right model for the way you drive and live life.

Financing a Bob Moore Cadillac Norman or Bob Moore Cadillac Edmond Model

You’ll find it quite easy to own a fabulous Cadillac when you use our in-house finance department for an auto loan. We offer competitive rates, flexible terms, and budget-friendly monthly payments to fit a variety of financial situations and goals. Get the process started by getting pre-qualified with our online application.

The History of Cadillac

Cadillac is one of the oldest auto brands in the US. By the time General Motors added the brand to its company, Cadillac was already an established name in the world of luxury cars. The first vehicles under the brand were the Runabout and Tonneau, both produced in 1902. The company was the first to volume produce an enclosed car, which came in 1906.

Innovation continued with Cadillac when in 1915, it developed a V8 flathead engine with 70 horsepower, which could travel up to 65 miles per hour. The 1950s saw more innovation in design and performance with features introduced that were synonymous with the Cadillac brand. By the 1960s and 1970s, Cadillac achieved even greater success as a luxury car manufacturer.

Luxury sedans were developed to be smaller and more fuel efficient. In the early 2000s, Cadillac expanded into the luxury SUV market after the introduction of the Cadillac Escalade in the late 1990s proved successful.

Today, the brand is a blend of stylish sedans, captivating coupes, and practical and luxurious SUVs and crossovers. There’s something for everyone who wants a little more to their driving experience in fun and function.

Vehicle Service Team

Keep your Cadillac running like a dream with regular maintenance from our service departments. Our technicians are trained on Cadillac technology and systems and certified to service and repair all models. We offer a full range of preventative maintenance tasks to keep your Cadillac at optimal performance.

  • Oil and filter change
  • Tire tread check and pressure testing
  • Air filter change
  • Wheel alignment
  • Inspection of belts and hoses
  • Brake inspection

If you start to notice any problems with your Cadillac, bring it in and our service technicians will diagnose the issue and get it repaired quickly. Our goal is to serve you with fast and accurate service for many years of dependable performance from your Cadillac vehicle.

Sights in Oklahoma City

First founded as part of the Land Run of 1889, Oklahoma City became the capital of the state. Growth was spurred by the cattle industry and later, the oil industry. Today, the city is home to businesses in the health care, technology, and service industries. You’ll also find plenty of fun and interesting things to see and do.

  • Overholser Mansion – This mansion was built in 1903 in the Heritage Hills neighborhood with 20 rooms and a Victorian style of design inside and out.
  • Oklahoma City National Memorial – This memorial honors the victims and others who were impacted by the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995.
  • Oklahoma State Capitol – This state capitol is the only such building with working oil wells and sits on more than 100 acres.
  • American Banjo Museum – Learn about the instrument that has made major contributions to the Western culture and way of life.