Would you like to own a piece of American history? Well, here’s your chance. An armored 1928 Cadillac V8 Town Sedan previously owned by Al Capone will soon be up for grabs at the RM Auctions St.
The 2013 Cadillac ATS rear wheel drive sedan packing the 2.5L 4-cylinder engine offers 202 horsepower and 191lb-ft of torque while achieving official EPA fuel economy figures of 22 miles per gallon
Buick has been up and down this year but in June 2012, the affordable luxury brand posted an impressive increase of 26.8%.
The 2013 Cadillac ATS is one of the most anticipated and hyped vehicles to come out of GM’s luxury division in quite some time.
The 2013 Cadillac ATS configurator begins with your choice of either rear wheel drive or all wheel drive (ATS4) with 9 trimlines for the rear drive models and 7 choices for the ATS4.
Literally nothing is known about the Cadillac LTS but it could possibly be the newest take on the rear wheel drive, full sized luxury sedan.
Three of the four existing General Motors brands showed positive year over year growth in May 2012 but as a whole, GM was one of the lesser performing automaker groups in the US last month in terms
Americans have a love affair with the automobile and LeMay will open the largest museum in North America to celebrate that ongoing affair.
Let’s face facts. In the mid-size luxury SUV category there really is no bad choice. The Lexus RX350 has a great new look and is available in a new sport version.
The 2013 Cadillac ATS will enter the GM luxury lineup is the smallest and most affordable sedan, taking direct aim at the likes of the BMW 3 Series that has led the market for ages.
Many current features we take for granted in our high-tech cars were first developed for military or defense related purposes.
Lightest car in its segment? Really, is that enough considering future MPG mandates? Yet, that’s what the General Motors (NYSE: GM) news release said.