2013 Cadillac ATS Premium 4dr Sedan AWD (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
I recently leased a
Cadillac ATS and have been very pleased with this vehicle.
3.6 AWD has returned 21.4 mpg.
The overall ride is very comfortable and composed.
Plenty of power with the 3.6 and the brakes are stellar. The run-flat tires can be noisy but that depends on the pavement. Overall quietness is very good.
The CUE system, for me, is extremely easy to use.
Not sure why so many reviewers, including the experts, are having such a difficult time with it. Controls are all well laid out and easy to access.
Overall, a comfortable, fun, technology packed vehicle that makes driving fun again.
HUD (Heads up Display), CUE, heated seats and steering wheel, lane departure system that vibrates the seat when drifting into different lane, size of vehicle, overall comfort of the seats, thechnology.
My most favorite feature is that it is fun to drive and makes you want to drive.
The back seats is tight, but not a problem for me since no one sits back there. Small sunroof not worth the added prices unless you absolutely require it. Run-flat tires are sometimes noisy but this is only on grooved concrete.
In all other applications, you never notice a difference.
Blind spot monitoring should be included in the driver awareness package and not part of another $3,600 driver assistance package.
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