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Cadillac ATS Wins Esquire Car of the Year for 2013

November 1, 2012

Every year, Esquire awards the Car of the Year title to a vehicle that not only meets but exceeds their expectations, and then some. This year, the honor of Car of the Year has been bestowed upon the Cadillac ATS and for excellent reason. Not only is it a gorgeous car, it offers so many benefits to the user.


The 2013 Cadillac ATS is such a versatile car, you can use it for everyday driving, as well as transporting your kids to games and activities – it is a very safe car. Sitting behind the wheel alone, though, you can definitely take this car to the next level and give it some juice. The interior is just as nice, offering you the latest and greatest technology and all the comfort you could ask for – you won’t want to get out.

Leave it sitting in your driveway and your neighbors will certainly admire it in amazement. Those looking to keep up with the Jones’ will probably have one sitting in the driveway across from yours in no time at all. But let’s not take away from the fact that this vehicle is so well-rounded, that it is not going out on a limb to say that this is the first of many awards the 2013 Cadillac ATS will win.

Cadillac needed this. Over the last several decades, the car manufacturer began to fade away. It filed bankruptcy and took a handout from the government to try to turn things around. Well, they certainly succeeded in that. Over the past few years, Cadillac has once again become a contender in the luxury vehicle category and even better, has proven they have a winning formula in the ATS. Now, anything is possible.

Looking to try one on for size…see what color fits you best? Come on down to Jessup Auto Plaza to see what we have in stock today.

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