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2006 Cadillac XLRv Sports Car

Cadillac's two-seat XLR sports car, built on a rear-wheel drive platform also used for racy Corvette, is the foundation for another high-performance v-badged model dubbed XLRv. Read More »

2006 Cadillac V-Series Models

This year Cadillac creates a brand-within-the-brand for big-engine muscle cars sporting the v-badge -- that 'v' tacked to a model's alphabetical nameplate, perhaps to denote 'velocity.' Read More »

2006 Cadillac STS Mid-Size Near-Luxury Sedan

Sleek and stylish in bold design featuring angular forms and crisp edgework, Cadillac's STS the mid-size touring sedan packs a powerful V6 or V8 engine and mounts exacting mechanical hardware on a rigid RWD platform to produce superb performance and handling traits. Read More »

2006 Cadillac Escalade Full-Size Luxury Sport Utility Vehicle

Cadillac's prime wagon charges through the luxury class as a powerful full-size SUV. It's constructed on GM's full-size truck chassis and carries many mechanical weapons for road combat, along with every convenience in a leather-wrapped passenger compartment that seats seven in cushy comfort. Read More »

2006 Cadillac XLR Roadster

Built on a rigid rear-wheel-drive (RWD) platform also used for the racy Corvette, Cadillac's two-seat sports car wears keen body forms in the package of a luxurious hardtop coupe that drops its lid with the push of a console switch. XLR's exterior theme of chiseled lines extends into the cockpit with sculptured bucket seats covered in leather and trimwork in polished aluminum metal plus lacquered wood. Read More »

2006 Cadillac DTS

The DTS (DeVille Touring Sedan) of 2006 is Cadillac's new large-scale luxury sedan in front-wheel-drive (FWD) format. As replacement for Cadillac's long-standing DeVille luxury car, elegant DTS rides on a stretched platform and provides a deluxe passenger compartment lined with fancy appointments. Read More »

2006 Cadillac SRX Mid-Size Near-Luxury Crossover

Cadillac's mid-size crossover SUV brings the pliable traits of a sporty car in a package that resembles either a high-hiked station wagon or a dropped-down SUV. SRX rides on the RWD Sigma architecture of CTS and STS sedans and is available with RWD or AWD mode. It feels nimble and lively with a fun-to-drive attitude. Read More »

2006 Cadillac CTS Near-Luxury Mid-Size Sedan

This sports sedan made history in 2003 as the first RWD vehicle in Cadillac's fleet since 1979 and the first manual transmission for a RWD Caddy in 50 years. The Sigma platform features an extended wheelbase and wide track with wheels set on corners. In the five-seat cabin, the exterior theme of angular forms is expressed in monochromatic treatment. Read More »