2016 Cadillac CT6 Review

Setting Sail in Cadillac’s Newest Flagship is Far From a Nautical Experience

There’s a new luxury flagship sedan on the scene and it’s going for the throat of rival cars like the BMW 7 Series and Mercedes-Benz S-Class. No, it’s not a Jaguar, Audi or something from Lexus, but a Cadillac, born, bred and built in the Motor City.

Given its pedigree, the all-new 2016 CT6 may sound like a hulking chunk of Detroit iron, but this is one notion that really puts the ass in assumption. Undercutting competing vehicles, this Caddy’s platform is rife with advanced engineering.

Light is Right

The CT6 is similar in size to a 7 Series or an S-Class, with a wheelbase stretching 122.4 inches. Overall length is 204 inches with a width of 74 inches. The aforementioned BMW, for comparison’s sake, features a hub-to-hub span of just less than 121 inches. Its overall length is an even 200 inches and its width measures 74.9 inches.

Thanks to intelligent engineering, the CT6 weighs much less than its primary rivals. A base model tips the scales at about 3,700 pounds. In comparison, a 2015 BMW 740i – the lightest of the range – clocks in at more than 4,300, while an S550 is heftier by half a ton!

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GM’s new Omega architecture underpins this machine and it features quite a bit of mass-slashing aluminum. In fact, all of the CT6’s body panels are made of this material. Underneath that pretty sheet metal is an extensive network of 13 high-pressure aluminum castings that help make this the stiffest Cadillac ever.

Easing the Burden

Ruthless mass reduction eases the burden on the engine. Because of this, product planners were able to offer a base four-cylinder powerplant, a rarity in large sedans of this class. Providing thrust in base CT6 models is a 2.0-liter turbo that delivers 265 horses and a stout 295 lb-ft of twist, and that latter figure is what really counts in sizeable vehicles like this one.

ALSO SEE: 2016 Cadillac CTS 3.6L AWD Review

For customers who demand more cylinders, a 3.6-liter V6 is also available. With direct fuel injection, an 11.5-to-1 compression ratio and a 7,200 rpm redline, this smooth-running engine puts out 335 stallions and 284 lb-ft of peak twist.

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But what if you want the best of both worlds, that is, forced induction and extra cylinders? Well, the CT6 has you covered. The top powertrain offering is a Cadillac-exclusive 3.0-liter six-shooter. Brandishing a duet of turbochargers, this engine cranks out 404 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque.

Regrettably, no V8 is offered in this car, though one of the company’s product-development experts said a small block will technically fit in its engine compartment, and they haven’t ruled out a V8. This is great news, as it makes a V-Series model feasible … on paper, at least.

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Maximizing the CT6’s available power is an eight-speed automatic transmission, which is standard with every single engine. Models powered by six-cylinder units get standard on-demand all-wheel drive for maximum traction.

When it comes to fuel economy, official numbers have not been released, but Cadillac officials were happy to share preliminary estimates. Four-cylinder cars are expected to return 22 miles per gallon city and 31 on the highway. The mid-level V6 should do 19 around town and 28 on interstate drives. The range-topping twin-turbo should pull down 18 and 26 miles per gallon, respectively, very impressive figures for a luxury flagship.

Luxury Trimmings

Moving inward, like other recent Cadillacs, the CT6’s interior is beautifully executed, though it’s not quite as awe-inspiring as what’s found in a Mercedes-Benz S550. My overall impression of this cabin is one of simplicity, and I mean that in a good way. This car is unintimidating.

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Slide into an S-Class, for instance, and you virtually need a master’s degree in computer science to adjust the radio presets or figure out how to lower the fan speed. Not so in the CT6.

Controls for its climate system and the CUE infotainment are plainly laid out and preschool easy. I like this a lot, though some of the switchgear seems pilfered from lesser GM cars, which is a bummer.

On the center console, there’s a snazzy new multi-touch, laptop-style trackpad for manipulating menus without hyperextending a limb or leaving greasy fingerprints on the CT6’s 10.2-inch touchscreen. This works well enough and even provides haptic feedback in the form of pulsations when you “mouse” from one on-screen item to the next. It’s almost exactly like Lexus’ Remote Touchpad, though this arrangement seems a little more intuitive, plus there’s also a touchscreen, so drivers can use whichever they prefer.

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For better or worse, this car’s audio system still has a volume slider in lieu of a proper knob. Fortunately, this one responds without hesitation, which is a huge advancement from previous versions of CUE.

In addition to all of this, you get 4G LTE service for on-the-go connectivity, as well as a wireless phone charger because WHO HAS TIME FOR CORDS?!

ALSO SEE: 2016 Cadillac CTS-V Review

Drivers who want a concert hall on wheels can opt for a Bose Panaray audio system that features an absurd 34 speakers! There are speakers in the A-pillars, others tucked away in the head rests, and some are even mounted under the front seats. They’re literally everywhere, giving you a rolling symphony experience.

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As for the all-important back seat, coach-class passengers have nothing to worry about. The CT6’s aft accommodations offer stretch-out legroom and more-than-ample head space. A four-zone climate control system also ensures everyone is comfortable.

The Drive

But perhaps engineers at rival automakers won’t be so comfortable. Once they take this machine for a spin, they’re going to feel a little jealous because the CT6 is absolutely magnificent to drive.

Thanks to its relatively light weight, this car corners with impressive tenacity, though GM’s excellent Magnetic Ride Control also helps, as does Active Rear-Wheel Steering. The latter of these two technologies turns the front and rear tires in opposite directions at lower speeds, decreasing its turning circle. At higher velocity, the wheels move the same way for a more planted feel.

Overall, the CT6 behaves more like the much-smaller ATS than you’d ever expect; it’s lithe and nimble in a way that’s nearly inappropriate.

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As for power, the model I evaluated featured the top-shelf 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6. This engine is seriously refined and insanely muscular. Stand on the accelerator pedal and it absolutely rips, whisking you to illegal speeds in short order; the midrange torque it delivers is particularly breathtaking.

Improving efficiency, this V6 is also equipped with stop/start and cylinder deactivation. The former kills the engine while waiting at red lights, the latter shuts two cylinders down when full fury isn’t required.

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One other noteworthy feature that makes driving a little easier is the CT6’s rear-view mirror. Engineers mounted a screen behind the glass that displays video piped in from a trunk-lid-mounted camera, something that increases your field of view by a claimed 300 percent. It’s quite remarkable, giving you an absolutely unobstructed view of what’s behind your vehicle, though it does take a little getting used to.

The Verdict: 2016 Cadillac CT6

Cadillac has been on a roll the past few years. Its ATS is a winner, as is its larger CTS, particularly in V form. It’s safe to say the CT6 continues this tradition.

But what about pricing? Well, you don’t have to pay a lot to get more than you deserve. A base 2.0-liter turbo model kicks off at $54,490 in the U.S., while the top-shelf Platinum version can be yours for $84,460, both of those figures include $995 in destination charges. The 2016 CT6 is scheduled to arrive at North American Cadillac dealers this march.

Discuss this story on our Cadillac Forum

  • Henry Rychlicki

    I Adore Cadillac Luxury. Like driving a spaceship.

  • Circa79

    1. The specs given for the 7 series aren’t accurate, the 2016 model has a longer wheelbase. There is no short wheelbase version anymore.
    2. Cadillac already publically mentioned an upcoming 4.2L turbo V8
    3. Nothing from the inside of this car is from another GM model. It doesn’t even share interior bits with other Cadillacs. The center stack, steering wheel, door mounted controls, shifter, etc. aren’t found in any other Cadillac.

  • Merc1

    Wrong. The cheap, hot mess steering wheel is right out of a Chevy and the interior whether it shares parts or not, doesn’t come close to the A8 or S-Class and the new 7-Series.

    M

  • OutsideofWashington

    I hope the suits at GM don’t get the idea that they can price this the same as a 750 or S class. Or same old same old and wonder why they can’t move the needle on sales.

  • Randell Weatherall Jr

    Its not priced like them. Starts in the 50s.

  • Randell Weatherall Jr

    Watching some of the videos, they say its not supposed to be an A8 or S-Class(An A8 isn’t close to an S-Class either). Supposed to be a full sized car at the price and weight of a mid-sized car. Probably looks and amenities are what the DTS fans wanted with the driving dynamics of the new Cadillac.

  • Greg Morgan

    This is more leftover crap from Cadillac! They should just quietly go out of business. This is a strrrrreeeetched ATS. Who are they trying to fool? Why must they ride the coattails of BMW & Mercedes? Why can’t they think like the “Standard of the World?” Then they wouldn’t have to compete with anybody! Cadillac was once the pride of the driveway & the envy of the world. Now they are a hodge-podge of leftover GM parts and nondescript make-believe technology!

  • Robert

    You are suppose to stop the Q-Tip when you feel resistance.

  • Circa79

    Your trolling on various sites to bash this car is pathetic. I saw you on numerous other sites spouting the same nonsense. The reviews and the pictures prove the interior is up to snuff for this price range. Stop talking about the S class, the BASE price is more than the cost of a fully loaded CT6 Platinum with all the goodies and a loaded S class is over 140k. It better have SOME advantages over this car, but the reality is it doesn’t come close to being worth $40k more than the CT6. The S class interior is over the top and full of gimmicks, if a Cadillac or Lincoln ever came out with so many gimmicks the auto press would be up in arms. Cadillac put their money into the chassis and state of the art materials- which is why this car is at least 300lbs lighter than a comparable 7 or S class. The steering wheel nor anything else in this car comes from an Impala. Don’t be stupid.

  • Circa79

    exactly. Even the A8 and 7 series have starting prices nearly $30k higher. So you can choose between a well equipped CT6 or a stripped down, less powerful A8/740 for the same money.

  • Circa79

    an S class isn’t a stretched C class? they certainly look the same. Leftover GM parts? This car has features that aren’t on any GM car or ANY car for that matter. The rearview camera in the mirror feature is an industry first. Its also on a brand new platform not shared with ANY other vehicle.

  • Circa79

    The pricing has been released. Did you bother to read the review? That might help- also the 7 and S class are NOT in the same price range. The S550 starts around $14k higher than the 7 series and has a far higher top end price. The 7 and A8 and XJ are in the same price range with the LS450 coming in lower than those 3.

  • Raymond Ramírez

    Has Cadillac given any specification and production schedules for the Plug-in Hybrid version? The Hybrid CT6 can be the upgrade vehicle for present Chevy Volt (and Cadillac ELR) owners who need more space yet still wish to drive with electricity.

  • craigcole

    1. It was compared to a 2015 BMW 7 Series, as listed in the review.
    2. Yes, you’re correct. Cadillac is indeed working on a 4.2-liter turbocharged V8 but small blocks are available right now.
    3. I beg to differ; check out the switches that control the heads-up display.

  • Circa79

    You really had to dig to find those switches. Few other gm models have heads up display and if that’s all you got it’s not worth mentioning. You should have something better than that if you want to claim the ct6 interior leans heavily on gm parts him. They are not putting small block in this car. Period.

  • Circa79

    I believe they have said it will be available later this year.

  • Circa79

    for the record, none of your photos show the switch that controls the HUD and in the review you didn’t even mention that specifically- you just inferred that the interior appeared to be full of hand me down bit from lesser models. Aside from the folks who attended the media drive I doubt anyone else has seen the HUD switch, but even if that is shared that seems to be a small sin indeed considering the rest of the interior is unique.

  • TheTruth

    I’m a fan of cars and new engineering. not sure why there are so many trolls and people that’ll bash a car just because they are a “Chevy” or whatever fan. i just sold my cadillac for a 2015 Dodge charger bc i loved the new tech/look. if you’re an automobile fan, why not just enjoy this beauty and not criticize?

  • EtinPussey

    Your knowledge of this car would fit on the head of an atom. You have absolutely no idea what you are talking about and know zero about this car. Leftover crap is a term that more accurately describes your comment than it does this car.

  • EtinPussey

    You do realize you might as well be talking to a brick wall, don’t you?

  • El Chapo’s gonna get me.

    look at the tiny brain Greg has. Anger issues?

  • Circa79

    its not the american way. These people believe automakers never change and thus they base their opinions solely on how they perceive various brands. Its even evident in the review when he infers the CT6 has “too many” parts from lower GM vehicles even though NOTHING you see in any of the pics is shared with another GM vehicle. It barely shares interior bits with other Cadillacs. People refuse to move on and just review a vehicle based on its merits. Leave the brand history and personal biases out of it.

  • Circa79

    yes

  • roundthings

    This should have been called the DTS because that’s what it is. A big Caddy for traditional drivers, which is not a bad thing.
    However, the styling won’t get it noticed and the interior, to me, doesn’t look like a luxury car.
    Is GM allergic to knobs? Volume sliders suck and always have.

  • Circa79

    if you read anything about you will know a DTS it is not. XTS is replacement for DTS and its been on sale for 3 years already.

  • roundthings

    I know that but the XTS is going byebye.
    The CT6 is the car that traditional Caddy buyers will want

  • Circa79

    This is as traditional as a 740i or a8. It’s rwd with agile handling, it’s not a dts replacement. Once xts goes away the xt5 is probably best replacement for whatever traditional customers remain.

  • Craig

    No CD player?!

  • Circa79

    this isnt anything new. Its either optional or excluded from current cadillacs

  • Craig

    It’s interesting how auto-manufacturers are seemingly determined to kill the CD. Many new cars – including the new Civic – don’t have one. [But – oddly enough – the new Accord does] Interesting – I say – because last year 140,800,000 CD’s were sold in the U.S. And given the average age of the person who would buy a Cadillac – it’s even more interesting. [To me – at least]

  • Circa79

    Older people are more likely to be luxury car customers in general. It’s not just cadillac and the reality is peo people in their 50s and 60s are using technology just like everyone else. Everyone I know under 60 has a smart phone and the decline in cd sales isn’t going to slow anytime soon.

  • Craig

    140,800,000. It’s not 20-something buying CD’s.

  • Greg Morgan

    You morons are entertaining! The world can clearly see all of your taste is in your mouth! I bought Cadillacs when they were “The Standard of the World.” You oxymorons are completely, totally, and endlessly, fascinated by absolutely nothing. You cannot conduct a discussion like real adults without displaying your IQ’s! MY comments are my own…I’ll notify you when it becomes your business! Besides…isn’t it lights out time at the sanitarium and time for your meds! I really enjoyed this! These pointless replies let me know that “I got your goat”, sorry…I had to stoop to your level with a sophomoric mentality. Each time you reply, you are not only displaying your intelligence, you are letting the world know I upset your tiny worlds! Get a life, grow up, and come back to discuss these topics after you have matured! Tis really a shame your mothers didn’t have abortions, then we wouldn’t be plagued by your senseless asshole attacks! Go ahead “make my day” by an ignorant reply El ASShole, as for you “Etin” your handle introduced your ignorance! Tell me…did you morons need your GPS to find your computer? You two couldn’t find your ass with both hands AND your ass! GO ahead and reply to this to let the world know “I WON!” Later chumps!

  • Greg Morgan

    Aw…this is priceless! Did you also need your GPS to find your computer? Who helped you sign in? You must share a ward at the sanitarium with the two blokes that called themselves being adults and bashing me! Well, this is for you and anyone else with a curb level mentality: If you don’t fall into any of the categories of the “3-F’s” (“financing, feeding, and fucking) I could give a tinker’s damn about your senseless, off-the-wall replies! Thank you for the entertainment! Go ahead and reply to this to show the world “I WON!” Get someone to help you find the keys dude…I’m waiting –

  • Greg Morgan

    Do you have a mirror? Look at yourself…you graduated magna cum laude at “Asshole-U” Anger issues? Nope, just enjoying your tasteless reply. Thanks for the entertainment…reply to let the world know that 1) U R an asshole, and 2) I rocked your tiny world! Next –

  • Robert

    “I could give a tinker’s damn about your senseless, off-the-wall replies!” Yet you’ve whipped yourself into foamy lather and went on an ‘I’ll show you’ tirade spewing “senseless” drivel like an angry teenager. Contradiction much?
    #ClearlyTouched.a.Nerve

  • Greg Morgan

    No not the S-Klasse, the ATS is the stretched version I referred to. These cars are all a spinoff from the Cadillac Sixteen Concept. If everyone did their homework they would see the engineering standpoint, Cadillacs are recalled annually for issues. Check out the consumers that bought that crap thru the years. Cadillac needs to become the “kick-ass” brand it used to be! Cadillac had the entire auto industry “nervous” with their milestone introductions and industry firsts. Cadillac was the ONLY foreign brand to win the Dewar Trophy for ingenuity TWICE. Cadillac was the first brand to offer the interchangeability of parts, the Delco self-starting ignition and lighting, Cadillac was the first automaker to offer multi-cylinder engines, the first to offer closed bodies for automobiles, safety plate glass, first to offer power steering as standard equipment, Climate Control is the first air conditioning system of its kind, the world’s first independent front suspension,Twilight Sentinel automatic headlamp control, in 1940 Cadillac introduced the world’s first fully automatic transmission called the Hydra-Matic…I could go on and on. Cadillac was the leader in the industry, they didn’t have to ride the coat tails of any automotive brand…Cadillac was the epitome! This is what I am speaking of. Cadillac was the pioneer to many features and accessories we take for granted today. There’s more to a car than rearview cameras and kitschy-faux designs…there needs to be substance, look past the bells and whistles. If Cadillac was all that almighty high and firey they would be back on top…right?

  • Jeff T

    I hope greg Morgan doesn’t see this but wow I love the simple look of this thing. The interior looks amazing and luxurious. Would be amazing to drive this to work everyday.

  • Greg Morgan

    I won thanks!

  • Robert

    “I could give a tinker’s damn about your senseless, off-the-wall replies!”

    Simple Definition of contradiction

    : the act of saying something that is opposite or very different in meaning to something else

    : a difference or disagreement between two things which means that both cannot be true

    Full Definition of contradiction

    1 : act or an instance of contradicting

    2 a : a proposition, statement, or phrase that asserts or implies both the truth and falsity of something : a statement or phrase whose parts contradict each other

    3 a : logical incongruity : a situation in which inherent factors, actions, or propositions are inconsistent or contrary to one another

    “I won thanks!”…as he swims deeper into his delusional abyss. (shakes head)

  • El Chapo’s gonna get me.

    Anger issues confirmed, seek help.

  • johnls39 .

    The CT6 is a beautiful car and for the price it represents is not bad at all and is a good strategy IMO. Cadillac wants their cars to earn their prices and by doing that, they need butts in seats, create an aura thru circles and have people start talking about this and future Cadillacs.

    And for the haters or distractors who are saying that the CT6 interior is not as lavish as an S-Class, give me a break. For the starting price at $96K, the S Class better have a far better looking interior for the price since the car comes in half to a quarter of a million dollars from the basic S-Class S550 to S65 AMG.

    The CT6 may not have the same wow factor with the S-Class with the interior but it has several advancements where the S-Class does not in terms of bank vault structure and quiteness for such a car that weigh thousand pounds less, incredibly light weight which way less than the CTS, ATS-like driving dynamics and technology the S-Class does not have like rear camera vision, 34 speaker Bose Paneray that is a steal that costs way less than $10K from rival competitors, 360 surround view video capture(recorder), Active Chassis and Active Rear Steering and maybe other things I can’t think of. So, compare this car to the S-Class, this car is an absolute steal.

    Also, this is the first year for the CT6, I expect more advancements in technology in a year or two with more additions with the hybrid and 4.2 TT V8. The CT6 will have several surprised coming through out its life cycle several years.

  • Mark S

    I would have sympathy for Mr. Coles vocal predicament, but he gets to drive and review great cars and my jealously overrides my sympathy (though clearly my honesty would make me a great reviewer).

    Reads like another fine effort by Caddie. Will admit, I am not sold on the front headline treatment but the gauge cluster looks a lot better than Caddie of old. Am hoping that Caddie can start to move away from being scripted as chasing the German competition and just be Caddie, with some savvy marketing. They have great product and some great platforms but their message is not getting beyond enthusiasts and magazines (with low sales as a result) – the CTS with a new CUE and improved gauge cluster is a step away from greatness.

  • EtinPussey

    Dear Greggy, after reading your reply, it seems clearly evident it is your goat that has been gotten. You have or are about to throw a stroke. That “handle” is expressly in use for guys like you. Al Gore said “I won” too and I can think of a lot of other very comical clowns and morons who also claimed they won because they said they won. You are now a member of that select club. Congratulations! Perhaps you should reread your comment and consider how you spoke to people. Your knowledge of human behavior could be added to your knowledge of this car and still fit on the head of that pin I was talking about.

  • frankie

    I agree with you 100% for the price of this car, and its advanced levels of engineering and technology its beautiful. the interior quality of this car is probably the highest of any American car on the market.

  • frankie

    The DTS was a joke in comparison to this. even the STS didn’t come close to this car. this is a big caddy with small caddy driving dynamics, which was the opposite of the DTS. DTS was a big front wheel drive heavy couch on wheels. the XTS replaced the DTS and the STS until caddys line up if fulfilled.

  • BlogZilla

    Compact discs have become obsolete for most people. You can add one optionally.

  • BlogZilla

    You are a doofus. This car is nothing like the DTS—Not even the same chassis. Why don’t you test drive one like I have, instead of just talking out of your derriere and making ignorant assumptions

  • BlogZilla

    Greg to answer your question more succinctly, it could be that the personnel at GM doesn’t care anymore. The competition left them in the dust unable to recover, due to their embarrassing debacles of the past and bankruptcy.

    For every innovation you name, I can name things like he Cimarron, or the lovely V-8-6-4 engine

  • BlogZilla

    Priced in the 50K’s? With + credit, I could have a Tesla for that much

  • Craig

    In 2014 [the most recent stats] 140,800,000 CD’s were sold the U.S.

  • BlogZilla

    All I can tell you is that for me and many other people, carrying around a bunch of compact audio discs in one’s car has become prohibitively cumbersome. And I’m no youngster, so it doesn’t have to do with how old a person is, it has to do with technical savvy or what most prefer.

    Then there is the idea of burning all the data to a flash drive from the discs, so we don’t have to deal with the discs– then our hard drives crash, and we lose the flash drives, or data otherwise gets deleted, etc, and we are back to square one.

    In addition, technologies like Spotify and Pandora render compact discs obsolete or unecessary. Compact audio discs take up too much space and are difficult to deal with.

    I understand that some prefer them. Those that prefer them have the option of buying a compact disc player for their car from the manufacturer or through third parties.

  • Craig

    Does a CD slot on a dashboard really bother you that much?

  • BlogZilla

    Wow, reading comprehension much?? Or is all you know how to do is look at pictures? Go back and re-read what I wrote. The slot has nothing to do with it

  • Craig

    You self-centered moron.

  • BlogZilla

    It seems to me that you have problems admitting that you are wrong or out of touch. Why do you think so many car manufacturers are dropping the cd players?

  • BlogZilla

    Actually you’re supposed to to stop the Q-tip before you feel resistance. Ooops, did I say that?

  • BlogZilla

    God! You two need to get a room seriously. LOL! You’d make the wives jealous.

  • Craig

    This is a 7 month old conversation. Bug off.

  • BlogZilla

    What does the age of the conversation matter?

  • Craig

    Because I ALREADY made my point. If you’re not willing to accept it- fine. Move on.

  • Mark S

    My best guess is customer clinics and surveys. They ask what users want and it seems like connectivity in the form of bluetooth, USB, Apple Car Play and Android Auto etc. are key. The speed of deployment of the latter pieces of software is amazing – Honda putting them on all Civics, Hyundai on all Elantra’s….there is no trickle down here, so putting in Acura’s first, this is a get it out there fast kind of development. AUX will disappear soon maybe, then the need for USB’s, maybe eventually cars are hooked up/synchronized directly to your existing Verizon accounts – all moving very quickly, but kind of wonder about bandwidth for all this connectivity. All this and yet 12V cigarette lighters plugs are still there…..I think there is some Organized Crime Syndicate that has a hold over the car industry and forces the use of 12V cigarette lighter plugs. Things will get more interesting on the power front when 48 volts becomes the standard.

  • BlogZilla

    The 12 volt cig lighter plugs are still there because they are versatile , can be used for different things with a simple change in design of adapter

  • BlogZilla

    Well surpise. It isn’t just about YOU.

  • BlogZilla

    The traditional Cadillac buyers you are thinking of, are all dead.

  • BlogZilla

    For literally decades, GM refused to change, even when faced with “pink elephant-in-the-room” competition—so the idea that even today, people think certain automakers are complacent and resistant to change is in no shape or form a surprise or odd.

  • Mark S

    Tis funny thing, we have different plugs even different voltage around the world for mains electricity, but 12V and cigarette lighter plugs are global (for the moment).

  • Allan Rosen

    The garbage iTUNEs and mp3s are your phone sound like crap. Only lossless makes sense. But, BT further compresses the signal. CD sound better

  • Greg Morgan

    U R funny!@

  • Greg Morgan

    u r funny

  • Greg Morgan

    u r 2 funny

  • Greg Morgan

    I have a little piece of land out in BFE I could sell you on the pennies for life plan…