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Formed in 1902 from the remnants of the Henry Ford Corporation, Cadillac was purchased by General Motors in 1909. Named after the 17th century French explorer Antoine Laumet de La Mothe, sieur de Cadillac, who founded Detroit. Cadillac built its reputation by making quality engineered and built automobiles. This led them to become synonymous with quality, a reputation which was widely questioned during the end of the last century.

Cadillac Sedan Reviews

2013 Cadillac ATS 2.5L Review

2013 Cadillac ATS 2.5L Review

With excellent fuel economy, an attractive price and as much power as some turbocharged German rivals, what’s wrong with Cadillac’s entry-level 2.5L 4-cylinder in the ATS?

Cadillac Crossover Reviews

2012 Cadillac SRX Review

2012 Cadillac SRX Review

A new powerful and efficient engine is the latest piece in the puzzle, helping the SRX move from the back of the luxury crossover pack, to a contender for the lead.

Cadillac SUV Reviews

2015 Cadillac Escalade Review

The totally redesigned 2015 Cadillac Escalade features an upgraded powertrain, a sumptuous new interior and more standard equipment than ever. Keeping with tradition, it’s all wrapped in a bold package that’s unmistakable.
2011 Cadillac SRX Turbo Review

2011 Cadillac SRX Turbo Review

A solid competitor to the Lexus RX350 in standard V6 packaging, Cadillac now offers a turbocharged SRX with 300-hp in a bid to win over your luxury crossover sensibilities with fun.
2009 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid

2009 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid

Attempting to minimize the gas guzzling stigma of the Escalade, the Hybrid version of the mammoth SUV might not win any awards from GreenPeace but it does give remarkable fuel-savings in the city. Too bad the interior isn’t up to premium standards.

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Cadillac Readying S-Class Competitor, More Models by 2020

Cadillac Readying S-Class Competitor, More Models by 2020
New Cadillac boss Johan de Nysschen isn’t wasting anytime adding to the American automaker’s lineup. Along with the recently announced CT6 plug-in hybrid, Cadillac has just approved a range-topping luxury sedan that will either sport the CT8 or CT9 nameplate. The new sedan will compete with the BMW 7 Series long-wheelbase and the Mercedes-Benz S-Class... more

Top 10 Older Cars We’re Still in Love With

Top 10 Older Cars We’re Still in Love With
Drivers looking for something cool have a veritable smörgåsbord of options on the market today. Automakers are building some of the most appealing and exciting vehicles in industry history. From sports sedans to Baja-ready pickups to stylish grand-touring cars there’s literally something for every kind of enthusiast. But newly introduced models can have more than... more

GM Recalls Another 117,651 Vehicles

GM Recalls Another 117,651 Vehicles
General Motors has added another 117,651 vehicles to its record-setting list of recalls in 2014. The American automaker is calling back a long list of nameplates to address a potentially faulty chassis-control system that could fail and increase the risk of a crash. According to a report by Automotive News, the comapny sent a stop-delivery... more

Cadillac CT6 Will be a Plug-in Hybrid

Cadillac CT6 Will be a Plug-in Hybrid
Cadillac is boasting that its upcoming CT6 flagship sedan “will be the most advanced vehicle technologically in the world.” Speaking to investors, GM president Mark Reuss made the bold claim and revealed that the CT6 will be a plug-in hybrid that is capable of going 0-60 in under six seconds and will have an interior... more

Cadillac Escalade Nameplate to Live On

Cadillac Escalade Nameplate to Live On
Cadillac is changing how it’ll name its models, but one nameplate will stay. When the American automaker officially announced the flagship CT6 sedan, it also revealed a new nomenclature for its lineup but one model won’t be affected. According to a recent report from Road & Track, the Escalade will retain its nameplate and will be unaffected... more

New Cadillac Flagship to be Named CT6

New Cadillac Flagship to be Named CT6
Cadillac announced today that its answer to the Mercedes S-Class will be called the CT6 as part of a broader restructuring for how it names products. “This Cadillac will be the lightest and most agile car in the class of top-level large luxury sedans,” said CT6 executive chief engineer Travis Hester. “Using the lessons learned... more