CUE Tip: We Explore the Latest Version of Cadillac’s Infotainment System

We haven’t had warm regard for the Cadillac User Experience, better known as CUE. At best, we’ve tipped our hat at Cadillac’s determination to stick by its lackluster infotainment system and continually improve it; at worst we’ve compared it to a sexually transmitted disease. Never, though, have we outright praised the touchscreen infotainment system.  Thanks to […]

2017 Cadillac CT6 Plug-In Hybrid Tested: The Not Quite Flagship, Electrified

After a busy few years that included the launch of the ATS, the third-gen CTS, exciting V performance variants of both, a redesigned Escalade, a new XT5 crossover, and a new CT6 large sedan, Cadillac has gone quiet for a stretch. The only new product that has hit the streets since early 2016 is this […]

Cadillac to Axe ATS, CTS, XTS Nameplates, Will Go to Three-Sedan Lineup

It’s no secret that new-car buyers are shunning sedans as they instead flock to SUVs and crossovers, and that’s true at Cadillac as well. Unfortunately, the division’s revitalization strategy has relied heavily on traditional four-doors—the redesigned CTS, the ATS, and the CT6—and sales have been weak. Speaking to Reuters, Cadillac chief Johan de Nysschen acknowledged […]

2017 Cadillac CT6 Review: Not a Flagship, But Damned Good to Drive

Overview: Your momma may have called it the crook of your arm, and the Urban Dictionary offers a crude slang alternative, but we can tell you authoritatively that the soft place on the inside of your elbow is really called the cubital fossa. We’re far less certain about what to call the Cadillac CT6, because […]

2018 Cadillac XTS: The Front-Drive Caddy Gets a Freshening

The big, front-wheel-drive Cadillac XTS has faded into the background as Cadillac pursues a sportier direction with the rear-drive ATS, CTS, and CT6 sedans. And yet, so far in 2017, the aging XTS remains Cadillac’s best-selling sedan—clearly, Caddy’s established customer base resists major changes (as do livery companies). So, it should come as little surprise […]