Without a significant redesign or refresh like that of its competitors, the 2013 Cadillac CTS still retains its appeal with a stylish cabin with high-tech features and comfortable materials, as well as its exterior styling. Inside the cabin, the CTS has soft tough materials surrounded by wood accents. Cadillac has made it so the optional navigation system opens from the top of the dash and retracts almost completely, leaving the touchscreen display for the audio controls visible. Adding to the ease of use is a control knob to help ease the difficulty of controlling an iPod or Satellite radio via touchscreen.
Standard features include automatic headlights, heated mirrors, rearview camera, leather upholstery, OnStar emergency communication, Bose sound system, automatic wipers, and keyless entry. The optional Touring package adds a dual exhaust, sport-tuned suspension, xenon headlights and foglights, and a faux suede-wrapped steering wheel.
New for 2013
The 2013 Cadillac CTS drops its base model for the new model year, as well as the optional manual transmission, and adds an array of standard features.
- Elegant interior design
- Roomy interior
You Won't Like:
- Sport suspension may be too stiff for some
- Poor rear visibility
- Not as maneuverable as it should be
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