Cadillac XTS Overview
Cadillac's large front- or all-wheel-drive sedan has a beautifully executed interior, perfect for limo duty. It's roomy, luxurious, and quiet inside, with comfortable seats. But the ride feels too ordinary for a luxury car, and the 3.6-liter V6 engine sounds coarse when prodded. The touch-activated Cue infotainment interface is unintuitive and frustrating to use, and the high rear deck impedes the view aft. The blind-spot warning system, which vibrates the driver's seat, helps a bit. A Vsport version with a twin-turbo 3.6-liter engine gives the XTS V8-like power. A standard built-in Wi-Fi hot spot for 2015 will please passengers. Reliability has been far below average.
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