2013 Cadillac XTS Premium 4dr Sedan (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
purchased 2013 xts premium 500 miles ago, so far so good.
inside all materials are of premium quality.
cue system was a little tough, now very user friendly, very quiet and stable ride, and i feel it has plenty of power, i don't see where you would need more performance.
it really gets up and goes, and am getting 28-30 mpg highway.
have had many new vehicles in past 5 years, and this is as good or better than any hi line import vehicle including mercedes or audi.
technology is far better than any, and the price for what it is, is a real bargain hands down.
if you are looking for a great deal best car in the segment, drove all competitors.
favorite features cue system and all the screens that make up the dash.
if you have a little computer davy you should have no problems, all new cars are a little tricky these days.
interior is great very comfortable, and quiet.
performance is great, good pickup and really pulls off the line.
the six cylinder has plenty of punch and very smooth.
i think the setup is perfect, engine and transmission give good power and good economy in this size vehicle.
no other car this large gets 28 mpg highway.
for some non computer people, may offer without the cue system, it could be a little overwhelming for a few.
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