Cadillac has been synonymous with high class for over a century. Henry Ford actually established the Cadillac’s reputation as a high-end quality vehicle for upper-class society. Cadillac sedans have, of course, continued to live up to this reputation decade after decade. Over the past few decades, however, Cadillac has strived to become more easily attainable by average folks who don’t have a cool million in the bank. To this end, Cadillac sedans offer quality at far more affordable prices than you may think.
Are Cadillac sedans are too expensive for average people?
This is absolutely not true. If you can afford a car payment of $300 per month, you can afford a brand new Cadillac sedan. For example, you can lease a 2017 (that’s right – 2017) Cadillac ATS Sedan for $299 per month for 39 months with $3,479 down. That is a brand new Cadillac for about $300 per month. If you can put more down or have a reasonable trade, you could get that price down even further.
Are Cadillac sedans are too expensive to insure?
Insurance on a Cadillac sedan is not very expensive. For example, an average monthly premium for insurance on a 2017 ATS Sedan is about $60 per month. Not at all expensive.
Do Cadillac sedans get good gas mileage?
If you want to get ultra-eco-friendly, you can get a Cadillac CT6 Plug-in model. Yes, that’s right, Cadillac has kept up with the times. Their CT6 Plug-in has a gas/electric combo motor. This plug-in gets 62 MPGe. With its high-output 2.0-Liter Turbo 4-cylinder engine, Lithium Ion Battery and Electric Variable Transmission, this Plug-in Sedan will get up and go while keeping it green. If you don’t want to go with the gas/electric combo, you can still travel in style and keep it green. The 2017 Cadillac ATS Sedan gets 22 mpg city and 31 highway. That is not a gas-guzzler by any means.
Are Cadillac sedans not sporty-looking?
They are very “sporty-looking," and you can make them even sportier if you like. Sticking with the very reasonably priced ATS Sedan, the Carbon Black package is “aggressively” sporty and has a beefed-up package option. It is lightweight and very agile with its 2.0L Turbo engine. This engine offers 272 HP with 295 lb-ft of torque. Translation – it is very peppy and responsive. If you want more power under the hood, you can opt for the 3.6L V6 for 335 HP. It has a very sleek-looking design for maximum aerodynamics. If you want to kick it up another notch, get the dual exhaust outlet option because nothing says sporty like dual exhaust.
Do Cadillac sedans come with high-tech bells and whistles?
Even the very reasonable ATS Sedan comes with CUE or The Cadillac User Experience. What is CUE, you ask? Well, it is the ultimate in high-class high-tech. The touch screen springs to life as soon as it senses your hand is near or at the sound of your voice when you use the Natural Voice Recognition feature. It responds to your command with visual and/or vibrational feedback. Connect your mobile device to the CUE to utilize it easily while you drive – with both hands on the wheel. The control panel is fully customizable, so your driving experience is as individual as you are. OnStar is an available option with 4G LTE so you will have your very own mobile hotspot. It will accommodate up to 7 devices at a time to allow all of your passengers to enjoy the convenience. Keyless access will unlock the car as soon as you get near, eliminating the need to fumble with your keys in the parking lot. The push-button start system lets you start your Cadillac sedan with the push of a button. Your high-class sedan can also come with a Bose Premium Audio System that has Active Noise Cancellation Technology for the best ride your ears have ever experienced.
Do Cadillac sedans make good family cars?
They are excellent family cars, especially with your 7-device WiFi capabilities and Bose Premium Audio System. Cadillac sedans are comfortably roomy with tough yet elegant seating for 5. With extra safety features, including two cameras, six radars and 8 ultrasonic sensors, a strong steel safety cage to protect you and your family, eight airbags and electronic stability control, Cadillac sedans are excellent family cars.
Has the quality of Cadillac sedans dropped off in recent years?
Not true. Cadillac has continued to strive for excellence. The Cadillac CT6 made it to the Motor Trend Car of the Year Finalist list. You don’t get there by slacking off. Cadillac has always stood for quality and will continue to do so.