Friday, June 5

Cadillac

Historically Interesting Engines from GM
Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GM

Historically Interesting Engines from GM

Even though the area isn’t open to the public there is a part of the GM Heritage Center that is home to some of the engines that have been developed over the course of the history of this company. With over 100 years already in the books, you can only imagine the number of different engines that are on display in the back corner of the center. These engines are given their due respect by being displayed on stands in the center, and here are a few of the most interesting engines that have been built over the course of the history and are being shown off at this location. (more…)
The Cadillac CTS Sedan is Perfect Comfort for You
Cadillac, Luxury Cars, Sedans

The Cadillac CTS Sedan is Perfect Comfort for You

You want to drive a midsize sedan that can give you the comfort and pleasure that makes driving more enjoyable for you when you head out on the road. This means you need a car thatcomes with the luxury qualities and the driving prowess that will enhance your experience. The Cadillac CTS sedan is a car that brings you this feeling when you get ready to take a drive. This sedan brings you the features you want, a powerful drive, and the items that will ensure you can make driving right on the road. (more…)
The Cadillac CTS-V is the Right American Luxury Car
Cadillac, Luxury Cars, Sedans

The Cadillac CTS-V is the Right American Luxury Car

The 2019 Cadillac CTS-V is the car that continues to be the American luxury car that gives us everything we want when we drive on the road. Luxury used to mean more comfortable and larger to give you more room to stretch out. In the past couple of decades, luxury has changed to mean that you need to have an engaging experience on the road and a sport version of the car as part of the lineup. The Cadillac CTS-V is a car that’s comfortable performing on a track to give you the speed you’ve been after. (more…)
Affordability in a Used SUV
Brands, Cadillac, Chevrolet, EVs & Crossovers, Ford, GMC, Honda, Jeep, Lexus, Lincoln, Nissan, SUVs, Toyota

Affordability in a Used SUV

Have you been looking for the right used SUV to drive? Do you want to enjoy a model that has the capability to carry your family and their gear? Do you want to sit up higher and have an easy ride? If so, you need to look for a used SUV model that can be right for you on the road. Even if your budget is only $20,000, you can find some great choices when you’re shopping for the SUV that’s going to carry you and your family where you need to go, here are a few you could choose from. (more…)
Vehicle Depreciation Works Two Ways
Audi, BMW, Brands, Buick, Cadillac, Chrysler, Ford, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen

Vehicle Depreciation Works Two Ways

When you buy a new vehicle, if your intention is to be able to sell it and get the most out of it after three years, you’re going to want to make sure you avoid the models on this list. Most vehicles will depreciate at a rate of about 35 percent after three years, but the models on this list have deprecated much more than that which means you can’t expect to have as much in return when you’re ready to trade in the model you’re driving. (more…)
Vehicle Depreciation Rates Matter
Audi, BMW, Brands, Buick, Cadillac, Chrysler, Ford, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen

Vehicle Depreciation Rates Matter

When shopping for a vehicle, take several factors into consideration. If you know you’ll only have it a few years, the vehicle depreciation rate matters. When you lease, the payments you make are applied to the anticipated depreciation of the vehicle, meaning a higher depreciation rate will cause you to have higher payments. The same is true if you’re going to trade in the vehicle after only three years of driving. Here are the vehicles that have the highest depreciation rate for the first three years which should be a factor for you to consider when you’re ready to drive. (more…)
2017 Cadillac CTS: Power in the Luxury Segment
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2017 Cadillac CTS: Power in the Luxury Segment

Cadillac has a habit of being an amazing performer in the market of luxury vehicles, especially since they basically remade their entire look and feel. The CTS has served several purposes for Cadillac and now that the brand has the CT6 as the flagship model the CTS can settle in and be what it’s supposed to be; an amazing performance luxury car that makes all others question their own position in the luxury market. (more…)
Can’t Afford a Cadillac; Just Wait
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Can’t Afford a Cadillac; Just Wait

There always seems to be something new on the horizon that is meant to intrigue us in some way. When we see the exceptional quality and style of Cadillac vehicles many of us would love to be able to drive one new, but can’t afford it as part of our monthly budget. The reality is the Cadillac name is synonymous with a higher end of luxury than most and with a lineup of luxury cars that are typically larger than the entry level models from Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz most of us have to wait for a used Cadillac or purchase a different brand. (more…)
Worst Automakers of 2016
Cadillac, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, GMC, Infiniti, Jeep, Land Rover, Mitsubishi, Nissan

Worst Automakers of 2016

While we put a concerted effort to creating lists of great accomplishments in the automotive world there are some instances when looking at those who prowl the bottom of the industry are worth the time and effort. Using information from Consumer Reports, automakers are judged based upon the lineup by ranking road test scores, predicted reliability, safety and owner satisfaction scores. With this information an educated ranking of the worst automakers can be accomplished, showing you what automakers have work to do to make it out of the basement and become one of the leaders in the industry, which some of these names have been in the past. (more…)
Is Cadillac about to go Crossover Crazy?
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Is Cadillac about to go Crossover Crazy?

In a market where Cadillac is about to replace its best-selling crossover SUV, the SRX with the new XT5 which made its debut at the Dubai motor show there is a hint at more crossovers to come.  Why would Cadillac want more crossovers?  Most likely this would be an effort to be actually competitive in the market.  When you think about the other luxury automakers you can see each one has at least two crossovers and many have even more than that.  Cadillac, it would appear, would like to be in direct competition with Mercedes-Benz and BMW by offering as many as five crossovers for us to enjoy. (more…)