In recent years, Cadillac's reputation has been resting heavily on the CTS and its myriad variations. Now, Cadillac is finally beginning to broaden its sedan line-up.
At the L.A. Auto Show, Cadillac unveiled the XTS, the brand's new full-size sedan. It will be powered by a 300-horsepower V6 engine and will have all-wheel drive available as an option.
Also available will be a driver-configurable screen-based gauge cluster. It works as part of Cadillac's new CUE interface for stereo, phone and other controls.
These cars, SUVs and trucks hold their value better than any others in their categories, according to Kelley Blue Book.
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