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Hello and welcome to Saabkyle04! YouTube's largest collection of automotive variety. In today's video, we'll take an in depth look at the 2016 Cadillac CT6!
Unlike many luxury and sports sedans on the market today that cater to the needs, comfort and wishes of the driver, Cadillac is breaking the mold with the introduction of the CT6 by building a car designed for passengers. Like its contemporary rivals, the CT6 still comes packaged with all the modern technology to keep drivers safe and happy when they take the nimble four-door out on the road, but the vehicle comes packed with an array of consumer technologies designed to keep passengers in the backseat entertained. The CT6 ushers in an era where your passengers may not want to even leave the car, let alone utter that annoying question of “are we there yet?” on a long road trip. Read more: https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2016/06/cadillac-ct6-a-look-inside-luxury.html?hootPostID=7c17aa17dc9ed832f79c37e4bd984f5d
The 2013 Cadillac ATS’ mission was pretty simple: retain most of the CTS’ sporting character, but keep the bulk low enough to make the car class competitive against four-cylinder sport sedan competitors. We have no answer on the first part of the mission, but the second part was a success: the Cadillac ATS is set to undercut Japanese and German competition to claim the lowest curb weight amongst its chief competitors. Read more: http://rumors.automobilemag.com/add-lightness-2013-cadillac-ats-to-score-lowest-curb-weight-in-class-133265.html#ixzz1uelYXDy9
2012 Cadillac SRX 3.6 AWD Serving crossover porridge at just the right temperature. May 2012 BY DAVID GLUCKMAN It took Goldilocks considerably less time than Cadillac to settle on option three. When the current SRX launched for 2010, it came with a pair of V-6 engines, neither of which was to our liking. The base model had a 265-hp 3.0-liter, the optional engine was a Saab-sourced turbocharged 2.8-liter making 300 hp. Both of those are history for 2012, replaced by a single naturally aspirated 3.6-liter V-6. We’ve now tested SRX take three, here equipped with all-wheel drive. Read More: http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/2012-cadillac-srx-36-awd-test-review