General Motors has issued a recall on 1,621 new vehicles with brake lights that flash when the brake pedal isn’t being engaged. Continue Reading...
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Lincoln’s long-lived Town Car served fleet duty for decades, but the obsolete large sedan finally reached the end of the line about a year and a half ago. Now the competition is moving swiftly to fill the vacuum left behind by Ford’s departed “panther” car, including Cadillac. Continue Reading...
Presenting AutoGuide’s newest Five-Point Inspection featuring the six-cylinder 2013 Cadillac XTS Premium. The XTS is a front-wheel drive full-sized luxury sedan, with a starting price of $44,075. The model tested is the Premium model, which has almost all the bells and whistles, and costs $54,505. The only things missing from this model are massive 20″ rims,… Continue Reading...
With the Lincoln Town Car having been discontinued, Cadillac is looking to take advantage of the limousine and livery market with its 2013 XTS model. The American automaker has now revealed its Hearse, Limousine, and Livery package variants for the 2013 XTS. Continue Reading...
Unlike modern trends of SUVs going to uni-body construction and adopting smaller more fuel efficient engines, Cadillac says that then next generation Escalade will stay large, and forgo some mpg for power and presence. Continue Reading...
Surprising, considering it’s faced two recent recalls, the 2013 Ford Escape is the most read new car review on AutoGuide this week. Continue Reading...
The Cadillac XTS is the American luxury automaker’s new flagship sedan, and priced at $44,995 it’s poised to do a fine job competing against the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Audi A6, Lexus GS, BMW 5-Series, and Infiniti M37. Continue Reading...
Rap lovers won’t be pouring any Olde English out over the Cadillac Escalade just yet because the brand has decided to keep it alive. Continue Reading...
Cadillac is doing everything it can to prepare customers for the launch of its upcoming CUE (Cadillac User Experience) infotainment system. That includes throwing in an iPad with every 2013 Cadillac XTS. Continue Reading...
Cadillac is prepping a new member to its stable. No, it’s not the Nurburgring-tested ATS we’ve heard oh-so much about. It’s also not the XTS flagship sedan that Cadillac has desperately needed these past few years. In fact, it’s not a car at all. Continue Reading...
The new 2013 Cadillac XTS is Cadillac’s new flagship luxury sedan, and when it hits dealers in the spring it will start at a base price of $44, 995. There will be three trim levels available on the XTS: Luxury, Premium and Platinum. The platinum model will be the top of the line XTS and… Continue Reading...
Hype around Cadillac has been directed to its ATS and CTS sports sedan offerings so often lately that sometimes we forget the company made a name for itself from its grand luxobarges. GM just released a new 2013 Cadillac XTS promo video to remind us what owning a Caddy was all about. According to the… Continue Reading...
Cadillac‘s 2013 XTS will get new safety features starting this fall that make it GM’s most technically advanced production car to date. Known as sensor fusion, GM’s latest safety system uses a complex mix of tools to alert drivers of potential hazards. Essentially, it combines GM’s list of safety technologies and as the name would suggest, fuses… Continue Reading...
Cadillac is finally rolling out a replacement for its prehistoric STS and DTS models with the all-new 2013 XTS debuting today at the LA Auto Show. Aimed more at the 5 Series and E-Class set, it’s as big as their larger stablemates, the 7 Series and S-Class. Powered by a direct-injection 3.6-liter V6 it makes… Continue Reading...
Cadillac has confirmed it will debut its new flagship luxury sedan, the XTS, at the LA Auto Show on November 16th. While details of the powertrain have been kept secret, we do know it will be the first production model to make use of the brand’s new CUE telematics system. Using an 8-inch of optional… Continue Reading...