2014 Cadillac XTS Premium 4dr Sedan (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
This car has the magnetic ride suspension. You feel and hear every road imperfection. The car vibrates on the highway. It has not improved with use. The CUE system is difficult to master and requires taking your attention off the road.
Cadillac has always in most of our minds been about luxury and beauty. Well it may still be luxurious & beautiful to look at, but that is all it offers,,, just looks... The base model offers nothing one would expect with an original sticker price of close to $50K,,,, My last 4 dr sedan, Ford Taurus, 2010, is missed terribly !!!! No heated seats, no sunroof,, the control system (radio, heater & AC) is controlled through a "CUE" system, that is like using a I-Phone while you are driving,,, and you know what they say about using your phone while driving..... Although you can adjust these in a more traditional way,, it's not anything that is easy to do,,, finger sliding & touching is still a must to operate controls.... Only using the steering wheel controls to change radio stations is the best way to insure your safety........ If you have to pull your door shut (either side) you better have real long arms (or be un-belted) because the doors open where a person under 6ft tall will have issue reaching the handle to pull shut...... Overall,,, I am very surprised GM put out such an inferior product with the Cadillac name on it....
It is expected that everything is working at least electronically in a luxury car but CUE touch screen of 2014 Cadillac XTS was not easy to use, nor responsive and now recently it stopped working entirely. I need to select the media control from the buttons on the stirring wheel now. Another trouble was with headlights. Also, glove box doesn't open either after it used to work intermittently.