Used 2015 Cadillac ATS Pricing


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2015 Highlights

For 2015, the Cadillac ATS sedan gets a minor refresh that includes a revised front fascia and a new badge. More significant updates are under the skin, such as a more powerful 2.0-liter turbocharged engine (torque increases from 260 pound-feet to 295 lb-ft), 4G Wi-Fi capability and wireless charging.

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Pros

  • Excellent handling
  • fun-to-drive character with either 2.0-liter turbo or V6 engine
  • cutting-edge interior design
  • strong crash scores.

Cons

  • Infotainment and climate interface is frustrating to use
  • small backseat and trunk
  • weak acceleration with the base engine
  • 2.0-liter turbo engine is noisy.

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Used 2015 Cadillac ATS for Sale

Cadillac ATS 2015 Standard 4dr Sedan AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6A) Radiant Silver Metallic Light Platinum w/Jet Black Accents leatherette51,220 miles
Used 2015Cadillac ATSStandard
List:$16,181
Est.Loan: $295/mo
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Cadillac ATS 2015 Standard 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 6A) Crystal White Tricoat Light Platinum w/Jet Black Accents leatherette28,650 miles
Used 2015Cadillac ATSStandard
List:$20,000
Est.Loan: $364/mo
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Cadillac ATS 2015 Luxury 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 6A) Radiant Silver Metallic Light Platinum w/Jet Black Accents leather39,610 miles
Used 2015Cadillac ATSLuxury
List:$20,572
Est.Loan: $375/mo
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Dealer Notes

"Luxury PkgTraction ControlStabiliTrakABS (4-Wheel)Anti-Theft SystemKeyless EntryKeyless StartAir ConditioningPower WindowsPower Door LocksCruise ControlPower SteeringTilt & TelescopingWheelAM/FM StereoPremium SoundSiriusXM SatelliteNavigation SystemBluetooth WirelessOnStarParking SensorsF&R Parking SensorsBackup CameraDual Air BagsSide Air BagsF&R Head Curtain AirBagsKnee Air BagsDual Power SeatsLeatherMoon RoofDaytime RunningLightsPremium WheelsAccording to www.newcartestdive.com...Exterior styling on the ATS is bold and distinctive

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Safety

NHTSA Overall Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis.
  • Frontal Barrier Crash Rating

    Overall5/5
    Driver5/5
    Passenger5/5
  • Side Crash Rating

    Overall5/5
  • Side Barrier Rating

    Overall5/5
    Driver5/5
    Passenger5/5
  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings

    Front Seat5/5
    Back Seat5/5
  • Rollover

    Rollover5/5
    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of Rollover10.1%

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Consumer Rating


Not your daddy's Caddy
It's important to understand what this car is and is not. If you think a Crown Victoria is a good car, the ATS is not the car for you. On the other hand if you think a BMW 3 series is a good car, test drive an ATS, you will be surprised. The ATS is a complete departure from the "livingroom recliner on wheels" approach of days gone by for Cadillac. Its a drivers car cut from the cloth of European sports sedans. (Think Audi A4, BMW 3 series) That means crisp handling, quick accelleration, relatively small size and a firm ride. If you think these things are desirable, it's hard to beat an ATS, but if you want a numb isolated ride and don't care about handling, then please, buy something else. For perspective, I traded my wonderful BMW 5 series for the ATS and in most ways, the ATS is as good or better. I've not driven the base 2.5 engine. My ATS has the 3.6 V6 and for comparisson I have spent a few days driving the 2.0T and both perform similarly in terms of brute power... the 3.6 sounds more pleasant to me but both engines deliver lots of power. If driven in traffic, the cars don't feel real fast because the throttle is easy to modulate in stop and go traffic... but if you stomp on it, you will see 60MPH in between 5 and 6 seconds. If you enjoy driving fast on twisty roads, it doesn't get a lot better than the ATS for four seats. Definitely not Crown Victoria like. For more perspective, I'm in my 50's, 5'8 and fit fine in the front and back seats comfortably. The up optioned seats are terrific even if 6 footers aren't going to be happy in the back seat, but they aren't going to be happy in the back of an A4 or 3 series either. I have read some reviews on line about the ATS and draw the conclusion that some ATS buyers had no idea what they were buying. They would be happier with an early 90's Crown Victoria. That's fine, but you have to come to terms with what the car is and what it's intended to do. The alternatives to my ATS are the Mercedes C250, Audi A4, and BMW 328. If you think an alternative to the ATS is a Toyota Avalon, you should consider something else. As for me, I love my ATS.
I love my ATS Premium
I saw the ATS at the auto show and fell in love with it. However, I didn't rush into buying it. I compared it to BMW 3 series, Infinity, Acura (my former). I also watched and read comparisons of similar cars from Motor Trend, etc. Once I bought it I've never regretted it. It is very quick, handles fantastic (esp in sport mode) and nimble in traffic. My vehicle has the heads up display which works great and I especially like the auto braking during cruise control. I don't have to constantly hit the brakes any time a car slows down in front of me, the ATS adjusts the speed for me (great feature). I have had my car for 2 1/2 years and I still haven't grown tired of it.
Fun to drive
We leased the ATS because of its great looks but was pleasantly surprised by the excellent ride and handling. I would say the ATS actually drives better than a 3 series BMW. We do not regret leasing this fun to drive car. Only complaint is the rear seat is not designed for large adults and difficult to enter and exit but once you get in it is comfortable enough for moderate trips. Highly recommend. Update 06/20/16: We now have 14,000 miles and the ATS is still better than expected!