J.D. Power released the results of its latest Initial Quality Study at this month’s Automotive Press Association luncheon in Detroit. The survey had some very surprising results.
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.
At a recent investor’s meeting, General Motors revealed that the next-generation Cadillac Escalade will hit the market in spring of 2014.
Adjusting its aim for a higher market segment, Cadillac announced pricing today for its all-new CTS sedan.
Porsche and Cadillac saw the biggest jumps in brand loyalty in the first quarter of 2013 while Ford retained its crown as the overall brand loyalty leader.
General Motors has issued a recall on 1,621 new vehicles with brake lights that flash when the brake pedal isn’t being engaged.
Cadillac just announced finishing 12 consecutive months of sales gains, helped by a healthy increase for the ATS compact sedan
The first production Cadillac ELR has rolled off the assembly line, a few months after making its official debut at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show.
General Motors has announced that the proceeds from the first production 2014 Cadillac CTS Vsport will be donated to the SAE Foundation to benefit STEM education.
Cadillac is recalling over 27,000 Cadillac SRX SUVs to have their lug nuts tightened.
Cadillac is beefing up its certified pre-owned program in anticipation of a surge in available off-lease vehicles.
The 2014 Cadillac CTS has been generating a lot of buzz since its debut, and now the American automaker has released a computer-generated video showing off all the sedan’s fine details.
Cadillac reported its 11th consecutive month of sales growth yesterday, thanks in part to warm reception of the ATS and XTS sedans. That, however, is only just the start of the brand’s growth says Cadillac communications manager David Caldwell.
Sitting somewhere below a truly autonomous vehicle is Cadillac‘s tech, which takes the monotony out of driving. The luxury automaker just announced that its high-tech hands-free technology is moving beyond the closed course and onto real roads.
Long rumored, the Cadillac ATS coupe has been confirmed and will be heading to dealerships next year.
Cadillac’s first ATS advertising salvo saw the compact sport sedan running a series of picturesque hairpin turns, but the brand is going in a different direction with its latest marketing campaign.
Cadillac will look to re-ignite interest in its flagship SUV, debuting an all-new fourth-generation Escalade later this year, with a lone leaked photo hinting at what to anticipate.
The range extended Cadillac ELR makes use of paddle shifters like many other vehicles, but rather than controlling gear shifts, the ELR’s paddles are all about power regeneration on demand.
Now that Cadillac has introduced its new 2014 CTS sedan to the world, the fate of the CTS coupe and wagon is up for discussion.
General Motors announced a $332 million investment into new powertrains today, including an eight-speed transmission slated for some of its vehicles by 2016.
When GM was developing the Cadillac ATS, the American automaker faced a predicament: build the luxury sedan on an existing, front-wheel drive Delta platform, or build an entirely new rear-wheel drive architecture.
Now that the 2014 Cadillac CTS has made its official debut at the 2013 New York Auto Show, the American automaker has released a series of videos showing off the vehicle. Powering the CTS in top trim is a 420 hp twin-turbo V6 engine – more output than a BMW 550i. At the base, a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder…
Winter’s icy stranglehold on the northern hemisphere has finally been broken. After months of gray skies and freezing weather spring is finally in the air. Automakers are responding to the warmth and sun by emerging from product hibernation. Companies located in places ranging from South Korea to the United Kingdom have unveiled a bumper-crop of…
Lighter, faster and more luxurious, does Cadillac finally have a genuine alternative to the BMW 5 Series and Mercedes E-Class?
Those anxiously awaiting the official unveiling of the 2014 Cadillac CTS can watch it online as the American automaker shows it off for the first time to the public.