Differing mainly in dimensions from DeVille and Fleetwood, carrying the new crosshatch grille, limos could not have the diesel engine option. Both standard and Formal Limousine models included a dual accessory panel so rear passengers could adjust the climate control and power windows. The formal edition held a sliding glass partition, with seating for seven. Standard limos held eight. Interiors came in dark blue Heather cloth, or black in the back. All carried two fold-down auxiliary seats.
$15,777 / 15,942
3854 / 4069 lb
62,724 (total includes the 2-door DeVille)
$16,190 / 16,355
3884 / 4115 lb
86,991 (total included the 4-door DeVille)
4-door Formal Limousine
Figures before the slash are for V-6 engine, after slash for variable-displacement gas V8-6-4. A diesel V-8 was also available on DeVille/Brougham/Eldorado. By late spring 1981, prices rose on all except Eldorado: Seville reached $23,000 for the diesel, Coupe DeVille $14,345, Brougham sedan $17,420.
Opt. Brougham & Std. Limousine
90-degree, overhead valve V-6. Cast iron block and head
90-degree, overhead valve V-8. Cast iron block and head
90-degree, overhead valve variable-displacement. Cast iron block and head