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Cadillac DTS

General Motors introduced the Cadillac DTS as a replacement for the DeVille in the 2006 model year. DeVille was once a leading name in the full-size luxury segment. However, with their market share slipping, General Motors felt the urge to redefine its offerings in that particular segment. That's why GM replaced the DeVille with the DTS.

People got a preview of the new DTS in person and during a nationwide television broadcast. Those who had watched the January 20, 2005 parade for the second inauguration of George W. Bush were the lucky few to get a sneak peak of the specially designed presidential DTS limousine before everyone else. However, performance specifications of the DTS weren't available as authorities wanted to keep everything about the car extremely confidential.

But, car lovers didn't have to wait too long for a ringside view of the Cadillac DTS. GM launched the highly awaited DTS with much fanfare at the Chicago Auto Show on February 9 of that year.

DTS is carrying on its shoulders the rich legacy of its predecessor the DeVille. So stakes are really high for the DTS when it comes to living up to the expectation of die-hard Cadillac fans. If you go through the features and specifications of the DTS, you will soon discover that there's not much difference between the predecessor and successor. GM intended to reposition its Cadillac brand in the full-size luxury segment with the launch of DTS.

This latest sedan from the stable of General Motors comes with 32V Northstar V8 engine capable of delivering 275 horsepower. The standard features associated with the Cadillac DTS are Xenon high power headlamps, leather seating, eight airbags, etc. You can also opt for chrome wheels, heated/cooled seats, navigation system etc. CTS is expected to face fierce competition from Lincoln Town Car and Chrysler 300. It remains to be seen how CTS will cope with the rivalry.

Cadillac DTS Reviews by Year

2011 Cadillac DTS
The stylish, luxurious 2011 Cadillac DTS is the largest member of the Cadillac lineup. It's a full-size luxury-level 4-door sedan that displays impeccable manners, cavernous spaciousness and is the perfect choice for cross country road trips. And with gas prices continuing to rise, you'll appreciate the fact that the new DTS delivers 15/23 MPG city/highway. Invoice pricing ranges from $43,380 up to more than $56,000. A confidence-instilling basic warranty remains in effect for either 50,000 miles or four years.

Cadillac DTS 2011 Video.

After Cadillac financing incentives, but before automobile insurance, you can expect to pay between $880 and $1150 each month for your new Cadillac DTS. These elegant cruisers are fitted with a Northstar 4.6L V8, available in 275-horsepower or 292-horsepower. Both are matched up with an automatic 4-speed transmission. The new DTS can accommodate up to six passengers in loads of comfort with standard amenities including:.

Leather upholstery;.

Heated and cooled front seats;.

Satellite radio;. more
2010 Cadillac DTS
The 2010 Cadillac DTS is challenged by its class competitors including the Acura RL, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class , the Infiniti M35 and the BMW 528 to name a few.
2009 Cadillac DTS
The latest news from Cadillac hints of a slight makeover for the 2009 Cadillac DTS full-size luxury sedan, including new wheels, more color choices, a 6-speed automatic transmission and the 3.6L direct-injected HF V6 either as an option or a total replacement to the Northstar V8.
2008 Cadillac DTS
Cadillac continues to reign supreme as the premium automobile manufacturer in the US with the 2008 DTS introducing the new limited edition, hand-crafted Platinum Edition to its stable of thoroughbreds.
2007 Cadillac DTS
The 2007 Cadillac DTS starts at $42,210. Powered by a 4.6-liter V8, the vehicle features traction control at all levels of acceleration, advanced all-wheel disc brakes with anti-lock, and steering that automatically adjusts to the current level of speed.
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