The Cadillac ATS is damn fine car even if it doesn’t have a BMW badge on its hood. What do you need to know before you buy a Cadillac ATS? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
Recently we reported that Cadillac is throwing all kinds of money at the ATS and CTS sedans due to slow sales, while Escalade production can't keep up with demand. As the unofficial Jalopnik new car correspondent, I did some searching and found you can get killer deals on Caddies, but will it help?
Been waiting to get some more time with this sweet ride ever since the press drive way back in August. My tester is a fully loaded premium model and it's powered by the 2.0T motor, good for 272hp going to the rear wheels as the auto gods intended.
So you're after a new premium mid-size saloon. You want a bit of poke, a good amount of style without being too flashy, and it has to be comfortable as well as feature a performance element. Basically, you want everything. Where do you go? Traditionally, you'd head straight to Germany and check out a BMW 3 Series,…
Cadillac boss Bob Ferguson recently told Automotive News that GM is considering an ATS wagon. Autoweek contributor and GM big shot Mark Reuss is on record speaking in favor of wagons. And whether they know it or not, American car buyers need a station wagon, but not a wagon built to satisfy station-wagon fetishists.
Today in Italian supercar news that will definitely come true and isn't vaporware at all, ATS bought DeTomaso and is definitely planning on building cars that will totally exist and be built.
The supercar business is tough. Designing a new model from the ground up takes a lot of time, and even if the company gets the mechanics and the technology from one of the big guys, development and testing will cost a lot of money. Building unique bodies is very labor intensive, low volume keeps component prices high,…
Ever lusted after Cadillac's 556-horsepower, stick-shift-having CTS-V wagon? If the answer is yes, then now is apparently the time to get one.
A company you've probably never heard of has been resurrected and it has designed a car that will almost certainly never get made. Meet the new ATS.
Sundays are the best days for curling up in a comfy chair and indulging in good, quality long-form journalism.
Like America's national treasures, the Insane Clown Posse, I don't have a clue how magnets work. But I became determined to find out after reading about how Magnetic Ride Control helps the new Camaro ZL1 handle so well.
No matter how many times they have claimed they had it, Cadillac has never actually made a BMW 3-Series killer.
Auto scribes are rarely the creative type and we're all easily led to follow the storyline laid out for us by the car companies. In the case of the Cadillac ATS that story line is "has Cadillac beaten the 3-series?" Go ahead and read some other reviews. They'll almost all start out with a variation on that theme.
"Let's keep the shiny side up" were nearly the last words from the GM employee responsible for the safety briefing ahead of a drive for journalists through the windy roads of Georgia. One writer for a buff book didn't take that advice seriously enough and rolled a brand new Cadillac ATS into the woods within a few…
The all-new, rear-wheel-drive Cadillac ATS sedan will be priced starting at $33,990, including destination charges. At that price point you'll get the 2.5-liter inline-four engine mated to a six-speed auto transmission.
After brief opening remarks from General Motors CEO Dan Akerson, head of design Ed Welburn, and President of GM North America Mark Reuss at the College for Creative Studies, America's biggest automaker dropped the sheets off the Cadillac of compacts — the 2013 ATS ahead of tomorrow's Detroit Auto Show.
General Motors has done a stellar job of bringing the Cadillac brand back from the brink of death. The Art & Science design language — now ten years old — still seems fresh, new and young in an absolutely American way. The upgraded interiors finally make you feel like you might actually be sitting in a real luxury…
Mary Barra, the Senior VP of global product development for General Motors, speaking to the Automotive Press Association (APA) today in Detroit, said GM will debut four global concept or production vehicles at the Detroit Auto Show in January. Barra also let slip official news that one of the four will be the…