Three row crossovers are on the menu here at AutoGuide.com this week and we’re testing a whopping eight of them in succession. Which one will emerge as the best? You’ll find out soon enough!
The premier luxury brand owned by General Motors. Cadillac is a classic American company known for flashy looks and premium interiors. Though losing some prestige in the early 90’s, Cadillac has recovered with models like the CTS, and now the all new ATS.
The next-generation Cadillac CTS-V will feature over 560 hp according to latest reports.
GM has been working to revive its Cadillac division for a decade and a half. After much hard work and many billions of dollars things are really starting to fall into place instead of falling apart. They’ve transformed the brand from an also-ran into a genuine competitor to German luxury hegemony.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has given the 2014 Cadillac SRX an overall five-star safety rating.
After experiencing impressive growth in global sales last year, Cadillac aims to continue that trend in 2014 and beyond.
Cadillac has released a new commercial for its ELR, poking fun at the brand’s European rivals at the same time.
Welcome to 2014! Apparently in Chinese Astrology it’s the year of the “wood horse” but let’s hope this timber pony can canter away and carry the auto industry to continuing sales success. Which brands drove away with buckets of cash and which ones took a tumble down the stairs? Let’s take a peek at last…
Cadillac is offering some extra incentive to prospective ELR buyers, giving early adopters a complimentary 240-volt home charging station along with free installation.
Rumors of a Cadillac branded crossover are being stoked by none other than the man in charge of the luxury automaker, Bob Fergusson.
Cadillac is preparing an ATS-L, a long-wheelbase variant of its ATS sedan that will be built specifically for the Chinese market.
Cadillac has begun road testing its new rear-wheel drive flagship and our spy photographers have captured some images showing off a heavily camouflaged prototype of the new model.
Cadillac will let you lease its new ELR electric luxury coupe for $699 per month, but there’s a catch.
The 2015 Cadillac Escalade will carry a starting MSRP of $71,695.
Despite dismissive comments about its cross-town rival being made in the past, Cadillac wants to set the record straight on Lincoln.
“Does Cadillac need a halo car?”
Cadillac is expanding its lineup with an all-new version of the ATS that sports two fewer doors, unveiling the ATS Coupe at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show.
Debuting to the public for the first today in Detroit, Cadillac claims the new ATS Coupe will be one of the lightest and therefore sportiest luxury coupes in the segment, with an advantage in both power and weight over a similarly equipped BMW 428i.
Over half of Cadillac’s dealer network will sell the new ELR range-extended electric car after it begins arriving in showrooms next month.
Cadillac has launched a new micro-site for its 2015 Escalade, revealing more details on the upcoming SUV.
We let our readers decide, and based on your votes, the 2014 Cadillac CTS has been named the AutoGuide.com Reader’s Choice Luxury Car of the Year.
Cadillac has readied an SRX test vehicle that will preview the American automaker’s focus on self-driving cars.
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Jaws hit desks when Cadillac announced that the upcoming ELR would cost almost $76,000 but according to company representatives, dealers and industry analysts that’s not likely to matter.