The car has great presence, has more of an executive feel to it than comparable cars. Many people have complained about the Que infotainment system being too complicated, but after 15 minutes, it's very intuitive. Good power and acceleration for my needs.
Great luxury sedan for an old guy on a budget
2014 Cadillac XTSJoe - LOUDON, TN11/18/2014
The 2014 XTS has numerous, wonderful, and complex options. However, my model does not have many of them. Nonetheless, I really enjoy the vehicle for its comfort and drive. I have the six cylinder engine and it has excellent acceleration and more than adequate power for 70 to 80 MPH interstate driving. I am a large 70 something so comfort is important to me. Entry and egress are easy. On long trips to visit kids and grandkids, the seating is quite comfortable. The Cue System touch screen is not half as bad as it is made out to be by some of the critics. I spent about three hours parked in and outside my garage studying the numerous functions. Now, I can do everything I need to do to customize my many options.
Wonderful luxury car!
2013 Cadillac XTSElizabeth - Lompoc, CA01/03/2015
* Roomy interior and impressive cargo space
* Terrific luxury features too many to list
* Quiet cabin with smooth ride
* Bose sound system with Pandora compatibility has me listening to the stereo for the first time in 20+ years
* Beautiful interior and exterior styling
* Rear seats are heated with rear seat temperature controls (passengers are thrilled and impressed) plus great leg room.
* Has good passing and acceleration power.
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