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The Cadillac ATS Reveals Its New Entry-Level Luxury in Denver

March 29, 2012

Cadillac’s entry-level luxury sedan, the ATS, has been scheduled for a 2013 release. Cadillac’s intention for this entry-level luxury sedan is to compete with other models such as the BMW 3 and the Audi A4 – which experts feel will certainly be given a run for their money. Visit our Palm Springs Cadillac, Chevrolet and Buick dealership, Jessup Auto Plaza in Cathedral City to learn more about the entry-level Cadillac ATS scheduled to hit our floors by 2013.

 

As one of the better-looking entry-level luxury cars on the market, the ATS will offer standard features such as Brembo brakes, all over ABS, rear-wheel drive option and interior features that will make the new Cadillac ATS a contender in the entry-level luxury sedan marketplace.

 

Most Cadillac’s are not listed as “fast”, but the new ATS will offer a 50-50 weight distribution, a 109-inch wheelbase and will weigh less than 3,400 pounds – which means the new ATS may be a faster vehicle than its competitors. On top of that, the new Cadillac ATS will offer a 2.5-liter, 202 horsepower, 4-cylinder engine as well as a 2.0-liter, 270 horsepower turbo option. Cadillac makers will also offer a larger 6-cylinder, 3.6-liter model for those who want a little more power.

 

In order to stand out in the entry-level luxury sedan marketplace, Cadillac ATS will also offer features such as:

 

  • An aluminum hood
  • Magnesium engine mounts
  • High-strength steel components
  • Aerodynamic shields and wind tunnel design

 

The EPA has not finished their fuel and environmental study of the new Cadillac ATS to give exact numbers when it comes to fuel economy, but Cadillac has been proving with each new model their ability to compete in fuel saving luxury vehicles.

 

The Cadillac ATS made its debut at the Denver Auto Show and will soon be released in 2013. Cadillac lovers can find out more or get ready to test drive their own Palm Springs Cadillac ATS by visiting their local dealership today, Jessup Auto Plaza.

Cadillac’s entry-level luxury sedan, the ATS, has been scheduled for a 2013 release. Cadillac’s intention for this entry-level luxury sedan is to compete with other models such as the BMW 3 and the Audi A4 – which experts feel will certainly be given a run for their money. Visit our Palm Springs Cadillac, Chevrolet and Buick dealership, Jessup Auto Plaza in Cathedral City to learn more about the entry-level Cadillac ATS scheduled to hit our floors by 2013.

 

As one of the better-looking entry-level luxury cars on the market, the ATS will offer standard features such as Brembo brakes, all over ABS, rear-wheel drive option and interior features that will make the new Cadillac ATS a contender in the entry-level luxury sedan marketplace.

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Most Cadillac’s are not listed as “fast”, but the new ATS will offer a 50-50 weight distribution, a 109-inch wheelbase and will weigh less than 3,400 pounds – which means the new ATS may be a faster vehicle than its competitors. On top of that, the new Cadillac ATS will offer a 2.5-liter, 202 horsepower, 4-cylinder engine as well as a 2.0-liter, 270 horsepower turbo option. Cadillac makers will also offer a larger 6-cylinder, 3.6-liter model for those who want a little more power.

In order to stand out in the entry-level luxury sedan marketplace, Cadillac ATS will also offer features such as:

  • An aluminum hood
  • Magnesium engine mounts
  • High-strength steel components
  • Aerodynamic shields and wind tunnel design

The EPA has not finished their fuel and environmental study of the new Cadillac ATS to give exact numbers when it comes to fuel economy, but Cadillac has been proving with each new model their ability to compete in fuel saving luxury vehicles.

The Cadillac ATS made its debut at the Denver Auto Show and will soon be released in 2013. Cadillac lovers can find out more or get ready to test drive their own Palm Springs Cadillac ATS by visiting their local dealership today, Jessup Auto Plaza.

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