2013 Cadillac ATS is clearly the new attempt of Cadillac to spread its product to young, affluent people who mostly prefer small sedan as a form of luxury car. Over the last five years, General Motors have tried to concoct a perfect sedan formula to enter the luxury sedan field that has been dominated by BMW-3 series for years. However, while Cadillac indeed managed to inject some new and innovative factors in its new luxury sedan, 2013 Cadillac ATS must raise its game way further to really enter the competitive field between popular luxury sedan manufacturers.
Detailed Specs of 2013 Cadillac ATS
2013 Cadillac ATS shows some clear improvement toward luxury sedan with these installed specs:
- Automatic and manual transmission systems, with adjustment levels for both, although the transition between two systems is not as sharps as BMW.
- Three engine options, 2.5 liters with 4 cylinders; 2 liter with 4 turbo cylinders; 3.6 liter of V6.
- Clean cut and lighter chassis, with balanced, almost 50:50 front and rear comparison.
- 2013 Cadillac ATS installs new system unique of the car; an information system in a form of dashboard 8 inch touchpad screen that provides map, phone system, games, and many more.
Reasons to Choose 2013 Cadillac ATS
Granted, 2013 Cadillac ATS may have not reached the BMW 3-series in class yet, but this is still a good car to buy with some considerations. First, this car has several cheaper installments than BMW, such as seatbelts with fixed height and more demure interior. To own this car, you better be a single person or does not often haul a lot of stuffs into your car, because the trunk is smaller than BMW. This car has lightness and balance that come from the balanced and light chassis, which gives compensation to the descent installments. Still, for more low priced luxury sedan, you can choose 2013 Cadillac ATS.