The Cadillac CTS has always been a popular choice of luxury sedans for more than a decade. Each iterative generation has ensured that the American Cadillac CTS is able to compete with European and Japanese automakers in performance and style.
Introduced in 2003, the Cadillac CTS, with its strong exterior style and high-quality body, represents the American marketplace's best attempt at competing with European luxury midsize sedans. After being redesigned in 2008, the CTS received a stunning new interior that improved material quality and introduced a retracting navigational screen to pair well with its exterior style. Blending an all-American style with European-inspired handling, the Cadillac's three generations stand as a respectable choice for a luxury sedan. With recent generations growing in size, the CTS looks to improve upon its predecessors in a refined and powerful way.
The Cadillac CTS's rear-wheel drive is a breath of fresh air. With options for both rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive that can be paired with either engine, the vehicle manages respectable fuel efficiency numbers and potent engines. In addition to the firm suspension, responsive handling, and high-performing brakes, the vehicle's performance output has high possibilities dependant on the engine selection.
The Cadillac CTS serves as a top-tier luxury sports sedan due to its upgraded engine, superb handling, and comfortable driving experience. It is notably refined and powerful with iterative improvements to its relatively subpar interior, ensuring that up-to-date features and upholstery quality improves with more recent vehicles.
Standard rear-wheel drive is available in addition to having all-wheel drive (AWD) as an option. With a 2.0L four-cylinder engine and a 3.6L V6 engine to choose from, with minimal changes per generation, the horsepower and fuel economy is in the hands of the car buyer.Equipment on standard Cadillac CTS models includes dual-zone automatic climate control, power front seats, and leather upholstery.