Cadillac ATS vs. Cadillac CTS vs. Cadillac XTS

Cadillac ATS vs. Cadillac CTS vs. Cadillac XTS

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  • Bill

    I now drive a 2008 Lexus es350 , thinking about trading for a Cadillac don,t know which model would compare with the es350 . I have been totally satisfied with the Lexus . Should I switch brands or not. Any info would be helpful. Thanks

  • Yannie

    Don’t be dumb…..

  • NormT

    I just picked up a used XTS VSport Platinum and whoa. This car is quite spectacular. It has all options minus massaging driver seat and rear DVD player, but includes Opus full leather seating(Lexus have this?), leather on the doors and dash, and a full Alcantra headliner. The lighting package let’s you know at night you’ve made the right choice.

    I did a 700 mile round trip with the cruise control set at 65 mph and saw a rosey 32.2 mpg all highway. Very impressive for a car this size and power level.

    Recently revising the ecu and making 525 lb-ft of torque or about 156 lb-ft than stock from the factory. Now at 50-70 mph and punchingbit the steering wheel gets light, the needles for mph and rpms jump and stutter like a seismograph picking and earthquake and then it is hang on Sally as she rips down the road.

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