The Cadillac Cimarron was a compact luxury car manufactured by Cadillac for the model years 1982-1988. As a rebadged variant of General Motors' J-cars, the Cimarron was manufactured alongside the Chevrolet Cavalier, Buick Skyhawk, Oldsmobile Firenza, and Pontiac J2000, 2000 and Sunbird at GM's South Gate Assembly and Janesville Assembly plants. Total Cimarron production was 132,499 units. The Cimarron was introduced on May 21, 1981, initially marketed as "Cimarron, by Cadillac", and featured a straight-4 engine (the first 4-cylinder Cadillac since 1914) and a four-speed manual transmission (Cadillac's first manual since 1953), with a three-speed Turbo-Hydramatic automatic optional – along with a high level of standard equipment including air conditioning, leather interior, alloy wheels, accent stripes, locking fuel filler door, power mirrors, courtesy lights, intermittent wipers, rear window defogger, AM/FM stereo radio, tachometer, tuned suspension, and stabilizer bars – pushing its base price to US$12,131 ($31,575 today), nearly double its J-body siblings. The price was otherwise commensurate with other J-body models equipped similarly.
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