You may have heard that Cadillac is having a difficult time convincing customers to buy one of their cars that is not an Escalade. That sucks for them, but it could be good for you if you would like a nice American luxury sedan for up to $17,000 off.
In the ongoing Luxury War between the Germans and everybody else, the Cadillac CTS is America’s best and most potent weapon yet. What do you need to know before you buy a Cadillac CTS? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
I’m coming into this review pretty conflicted. Not about the car — the new 2016 Cadillac CTS-V is an extremely impressive vehicle, and I’ll cover why in plenty of detail — I’m conflicted about what this car actually means both to Cadillac and to us Americans, as people. It’s not bad, necessarily — well, here, we’ll…
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?
I'm a loaner car abuser. I don't care. As a New Yorker, I barely get an excuse to drive a car more than a couple of times a year. So when I can—and it's still not as often as I would like—I ask Travis or Matt to call in a car for me.
General Motors has been working hard over the last decade to shed the stigma of the carpocalypse. As history has proven time and time again, some of the best innovations come when you hit rock bottom, and GM is no exception. Fighting their way back from bankruptcy, GM has come out lean and on their toes, punching…
Goodbye Art and Science, hello Bronx High School of Science. It's the 2014 Cadillac CTS, now fully leaked and in all its new-luxury glory ahead of a formal unveiling at the New York Auto Show this week.
The 2014 Cadillac CTS is on its way to the New York Auto show this week, but a few official photos of the car dropped on the Internets a little early. Here they are!
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.
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.
After only tepid responses to the XLR and before that the Allante, Cadillac appears ready to try again with a modern convertible, this time one with its own unique bodywork.
Cadillac tweaks for the 2012 CTS include 14 additional horsepower from the 3.6-liter V6 and a shiny new grille for all models. Going away: The six-speed manual transmission, now limited strictly to the V-series due to lack of demand.
Get your sports car outta the way of this Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon. I'll outrun you, and then, when you're crying about it, I'll offer you a tissue from the jumbo Kleenex box I've just picked up from Costco.
Say hello to the Hennessey V650, a Cadillac CTS-V Coupe fluffed up to produce a satisfying 650-hp at the flywheel. This dyno run shows the wheels deliver a very adequate 544 hp and and 562 lb-ft of torque.
After a ride in the passenger seat, we can sum up our impression of the Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon in one word: Perfect. Other words: Power, style, luxury, and five swingin' doors. The 'merican superwagon has it all.
A GM production document shows the company produced just 38 CTS Sport Wagons in June. Is the company giving up on the wagon? Nope. They're just setting up coupe production, according to Cadillac spokesman Nick Twork. Whew.
If the Chinese news clip below is to be believed, the driver of this Cadillac CTS is one of the most excellent human beings alive. Thrills, spills, chills, hoonage, petty theft, and security-camera footage? What's not to love?