The XTS Vsport covers the luxury sport sedan basics: It's spacious, full of technology and packs a 410-horsepower wallop under the hood. And, it has style. Lackluster steering and the complexity of CUE are the only obstacles between it and an A grade.
This rating has been carried forward from a prior year because the newer model has no substantial differences.
The new XTS offers lots of space, lots of high-tech features and gets plenty of stares with its flashy styling. It even performs pretty well for a full-size Cadillac, aside from lifeless steering. It's a legitamate alternative to German sedans.
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