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I'm finally bringing in my XLR for it's first service. At about 21 months and 6500 miles, it's about time, no? I know, shame on me for waiting so long.

I can easily bring it in to Rydell in Northridge, but I suspect they do not have the experience that Casa de Cadillac has but I have no way of knowing for sure.

Anyone have experience with the service department of either place or any of the other nearby dealers such as Thousand Oaks?
 

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I was on vacation in the LA area last summer and the service engine light came on in my XLR. I took it to Casa de Cadillac and they treated me well. There was a long line in the service department, and me being from out-of-town, and not a customer of this dealership, I was prepared for a very long wait. They took me the front of the line and had one of the mechanics who specialized in XLRs take a look at my car. They diagnosed the problem and reset the computer and I was out of there within an hour. I have no experience with the other dealer, but can report that I was more than satisfied with Casa de Cadillac.
 

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I bought mine at Thousand Oaks, Good people and very nice new facilities.
I've never been back though....too far for service.

20 months and 26k......Get out and do some driving!
 

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Bought mine at Bunnin in Oxnard, now have it serviced at Thousand Oaks. Much better and they have more qualified XlR trained service people.
 

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If you are anywhere in southern counties ,I certainly recommend Allen Cadillac in Laguna Niguel. I didn't buy either of mine there but have visited their :flag service dept. (for Corsas) and was very impressed with their service.
 

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i've had my '05 to casa auto group and they were ok -- had a rear end problem that they could not fix without the help of another forum member that supplied the GM part numbers for some positration additive and differential fluid.
 
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