Thursday 29th January 2015
Third time lucky?
Cadillac is taking another stab at the European market with its new CTS, the American firm confident itís now a match for competition from BMW, Mercedes, Audi and Jaguar. Bold styling and a massive specification is a given with Americana and the CTS doesnít disappoint, but it has still not quite got the measure of its European competition.
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An American in Europe
2006 Cadillac BLS
(2.0T 175 hp 5 Man. SE)
Nearly a year on from launch in the UK, how does the Cadillac BLS fare in day-to-day life?
Could Tempt Some
2006 Cadillac CTS
(3.6 V6 Sport)
Cadillac's latest large saloon offering is said to offer American values with European handling. We find out how it stacks up.
V signs all round in the Cadillac XLR-V
2006 Cadillac XLR-V
Not to sound too patriotic, but in the V-Series XLR Cadillac, America has produced one of the few legitimate competitors to the uber-coupe Benz SL55.
Another American invasion?
2006 Cadillac BLS
(1.9TD and 2.8V6)
It is generally accepted in this part of the world that American cars are dismissed as being not quite as good as the European norm. It should follow that the new Cadillac BLS tested here is not a worthy entrant into a hectic marketplace...
Cadillac CTS road test
2003 Cadillac CTS
Cadillac. An American icon. The unmistakable statement that you have arrived. A few examples: Elvis Presley gave away over 100 of them; Mary Kaye painted them pink and awarded them to top-selling cosmetic sales reps; The Cadillac brand has long been a prominent fixture in the White House garage...
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A. Kahn Design
David Brown Automotive
Max Earey, our overworked and underpaid (so he says) photographer, has somehow convinced SEAT to let him have a spanking new Leon FR for a while. He's going with the 'a picture is worth a thousand words' approach...
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