There’s plenty of new cars heading to dealerships in the coming months, and AutoGuide is first to review them. The 2015 Honda Fit, the 2015 Hyundai Genesis sedan and the 2015 Cadillac Escalade all usher in new generations for the popular models… but how do they stack up against their predecessors and against the competition? This…
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 large, rear-wheel-drive sedan is a uniquely American phenomenon. Like bison, they used to roam free across the continent in an enormous herd that couldn’t be numbered, not even with an industrial-size abacus. But just like their furry, hoofed counterparts these cars have all but disappeared, victims of that relentless and unstoppable force called progress.
Two American automakers have topped the J.D. Power U.S. Customer Service Index (CSI) Study for the first time.
The most popular videos on the AutoGuide YouTube channel this week range from luxury SUVs to family sedans. Craig Cole took a deep look at the all-new Cadillac Escalade, to see if the massive, luxury SUV has a place in today’s market, while Sami Haj-Assaad explores the many tech features of the new Infiniti Q50….
Having four doors doesn’t have to mean driving responsibly. There are dozens of high-powered luxury sedans available in today’s marketplace, most of which boast over 500 hp. So if you’re a horsepower junkie with a hunger for performance, but constrained by having to purchase a sedan for your family’s needs – or maybe you just…
Spring is here and the U.S. automotive market saw its overall sales rise six percent in March, shaking off the slow start to 2014. Compared to 2013, the seasonally adjusted sales rate has grown from 15.3-million units in 2013 to 16.4-million units and is the best showing since November 2013, and among the highest in…
While not its top seller, the Escalade is still a hugely important part of Cadillac’s lineup. Adore it or abhor it, this high-brow hauler has brought in a lot of money for the company over the years and helped raise its profile among wealthy clientele.
The cars this week all have one thing in common: excess. Excess power, excess cylinders, excess luxury and excess value. Check out what we’re driving this week on AutoGuide Now.
If you’ve never paid attention to the Pirelli World Challenge Series, 2014 will be a great year to start.
Cadillac’s extended range electric car has barely been on sale long enough for people to realize it’s available, and it’s already being recalled.
Cadillac is introducing a new limited-production version of its hot new ATS sedan. The Crimson Sport special edition offers buyers some exclusive features.
General Motors is currently dealing with internal and independent reviews of its recall procedures, and it seems that all the attention has dug up a few more issues.
Believe it or not the U.S. Department of Homeland Security does more than just waste travelers’ time at airports, confiscating toothpaste and books of matches. The government organization actually has a hand to play in the presidential limo, which is expected to be replaced by the time our next commander in chief takes office in…
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 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.