The 2014 Cadillac CTS is going to have a problem once the Cadillac ATS hits the dealers. People who want the CTS will just go for the slightly smaller and less expensive ATS and buyers who need a larger car will go for the XTS.
In stock form the Cadillac CTS-V is already quite the tarmac spanker. And yet, those who can't leave well enough alone will be pleased to find out the car takes to tuning like a duck to l'orange sauce.
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.
Toyota's Tercel represented the company's first, tentative step toward front wheel drive. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 1984 Tercel isn't just a back step, it's a moon walk onto a rear-drive Cadillac frame. Will its price however be a step in the right direction?
"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…
An eagle-eyed reader in San Diego spotted a Merkur XR4Ti, Cadillac Allante, and Subaru SVX all parked with a film crew in front of his office building. The man in plaid clearly gave them away as Top Gear USA, but what's going on here?
It's common knowledge that Cadillac cars were once refitted to serve as ambulances (and still bring out the dead as hearses). But did you know that an Eisenhower-era custom shop once turned Caddys into RVs? "Lefty, find us a KOA near Vegas, ya friggin' mook."
A five-car pileup in Detroit Sunday cut a Cadillac CTS in two. Miraculously, no humans were seriously hurt; just the car. Its back seat and trunk were torn from the rest of the vehicle when it was hit by two cars traveling in opposite directions.
GM Engineer Brad Doerr's fiancée Holly would normally be out on the track with him and their Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon for a day of auto-crossing, but she was a little busy getting primped for the wedding they'd planned just two hours later. So there he was, alone, out on a fairly tame course when all of a sudden his…
If there is a car that embodies the "More Chrome, Bigger Fins!" ethos that dominated late 1950s automotive design in America more than the 1959 Cadillac, we certainly haven't come across it.
There's certain things that are so common that they become almost invisible. Like screws. We see screws probably hundreds or thousands of times a day, and there's many, many more hidden from view. They're literally one of the key things that hold our world together, so I think they're due some respect. A great many…
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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.
There comes a certain age where your wits have started to leave you, but your money hasn't. And that's the perfect time for ripoff artists to strike. Like the story of this elderly couple, whose only stated income was $2,600 a month in Social Security benefits, got talked into, and approved for, a 2011 Cadillac STS…
When the original Jaguar E-Type was first released in 1961 Enzo Ferrari called it the "most beautiful car ever made"—certainly lofty praise from the direct competition.
You've heard of people using rusted-out camper vans and seedy motel rooms as meth labs, but a Cadillac? That one's new to us, too, but it's exactly how someone destroyed this 2006 Cadillac CTS, killing himself in the process, earlier this year.
"The 2013 SRX illustrates the Cadillac philosophy of never leaving well enough alone," said Don Butler, vice president of marketing for GM's wreath and crest-festooned proto-luxury brand. We couldn't agree more. Because somehow they've managed to take the attractive Art & Science exterior design philosophy of the …
Suspicious spouses used to have to shell out hundreds or thousands of dollars on private investigators to keep tabs on their significant other, but a new feature from General Motors' OnStar division can do it for just over a dime a day.