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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 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 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 »

2005 Cadillac STS Mid-Size Luxury Sedan

Cadillac's new STS flagship is clearly inspired by the CTS. It has the same fresh, modern lines of the smaller Caddy, but it's toned down slightly to give it a more refined, elegant look. Soft leather and real wood are what you expect to find in a top-of-the-line Cadillac, and the STS is no exception. It feels solidly constructed and has a brilliant dash layout that avoids unnecessary clutter with buttons and switches. Read More »

2006 Cadillac XLRv Sports Car

Nothing short of a revolution in products is unfolding at Cadillac, the elite brand from General Motors. First evidence of the metamorphosis at Cadillac occurred with the debut of CTS -- Cadillac Touring Sedan -- a sports sedan packing the first manual stick on a rear-wheel-drive (RWD) Caddy in half a century. Read More »

2006 Cadillac DTS Full-Size Luxury Sedan

Nothing short of a revolution in products is unfolding at Cadillac, the elite brand from General Motors. First evidence of the metamorphosis at Cadillac occurred with the debut of CTS -- Cadillac Touring Sedan -- a sports sedan packing the first manual stick on a rear-wheel-drive (RWD) Caddy in half a century. Read More »

2006 Cadillac STSv (Seville) Mid-Size Luxury Touring Sedan

Nothing short of a revolution in products is unfolding at Cadillac, the elite brand from General Motors. First evidence of the metamorphosis at Cadillac occurred with the debut of CTS -- Cadillac Touring Sedan -- a sports sedan packing the first manual stick on a rear-wheel-drive (RWD) Caddy in half a century. Then came the XLR, a sleek two-seat sports car showing edgy body forms in the package of a luxurious hardtop coupe that drops its lid with the push of a console switch. XLR was followed in 2005 by a new rendition of the Seville Touring Sedan -- STS -- conformed as a muscular mid-size sport tourer in bold format. Read More »

2005 Cadillac XLR Luxury Sportscar

New Car Overview of the 2005 Cadillac XLR Premium Sportscar Description: Premium Sportscar Base MSRP Range: $75,835 Invoice Price Range: $70,147 Where built: USA Built on a rigid rear-wheel-drive (RWD) platform also used for Chevrolet’s racy Corvette, the two-seat Cadillac sports car wears keen body forms in the package of a luxurious hardtop coupe that drops its lid with the ... Read More »