2005 Cadillac CTS Video
At the 2012 Detroit auto show, Cadillac takes aim at the sport luxury market with the Cadillac ATS, equipped with a powerful engine and CUE, the Cadillac User Experience.
It may be expensive, and it may gulp gas, but the Cadillac STS features all the power you could want, as well as a slew of gadgets for making driving easier, safer, and fun.
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Can something this small be a Cadillac?
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Finally, we can say "this isn't your father's Cadillac" with a straight face: Great tech and road manners make for a winner.
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2005 Cadillac CTS Review
The good: Distinctive exterior styling; nav system with real-time traffic data and dual-view display; willing engine and six-speed gearbox.
The bad: Plasticky interior; no integration between nav system and contact database; shift linkage needs refinement.
The bottom line: A well-engineered power plant and nicely accessible dashboard electronics make the Cadillac CTS a good ride, but a few quirks hold it back.
2005 Cadillac CTS Specs
Part number: 100487673
- Product Basic Spec