2009 Cadillac STSHerb Morgan - Albuquerque, NM01/18/2016
Third Cadi! Traded up from Devilles which we loved for road cars. We drove both of those cars to nearly 200,000 miles. Altho the STS is somewhat smaller, it still delivers comfortably on road trips for my wife & me. Good gas mileage...mid-20s; great get up & go cruising or passing. Not the cushion ride cushion ride of the Devilles, but still steady, sure footed, & "inside conversation" quiet. AWD has performed nicely in wet or snow. Many more creature comforts than we had in either Deville. Liking it!
Terrible blind spots created both from the pillar on the passenger side. Have almost hit a person twice, because the width of the pillar is so wide that you can't see. Also, because of the height of the seat it is difficult to see when backing up. Do not become reliant on the rear camera! I will get rid of this car as soon as I can.
2-years old XTS, you can't go wrong.
2014 Cadillac XTSNorm V - Cleveland, OH09/02/2015
Best interior for the price and 32.2 mpg on multiple hour drives with Adaptive Cruise Control set at 65 mph....with AWD! I can't say enough how nice it is to drive this can I bought used used XTS Vsport Platinum with 40,000+ miles on it. Not only does it drive nice but it turns heads at every corner.
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