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    A potential issue with the electric power steering rack is leading to a recall of the Cadillac ATS, CTS, and the Chevrolet Camaro. Transport Canada says that bolts that attach these electric power steering assist motors to the steering gear are prone to corroding and breaking. If that happens...
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    The ATS and CTS were examples of Cadillac squaring its sights on Germany's mighty sedans. And although we can agree that they did a great job, Cadillac did miss one trick: convertibles. That oversight has now been blessedly redressed by Convertible Builders, which, as is right and proper, is...
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    Cadillac's CUE infotainment screen is at the center of a class-action lawsuit as customers allege that the screen can become delaminated and unresponsive on certain vehicles.  The lawsuit specifically refers to the following vehicles: 2013-2017 Cadillac ATS 2013-2017 Cadillac SRX...
  4. Automotive Industry & GM News
    A report surfaced today from Muscle Cars and Trucks, suggesting that the Camaro will not live on to see a seventh generation. Having been sold continuously for the last 10 years, the iconic pony car is not planned to transition to the new A2XX platform. Current product plans forecast production...
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    Our first look at Cadillac's new CT4 was with the V model announced late last week. But a closer look at the car shows that the replacement for the ATS might just be a warmed-over ATS with a new badge instead of a ground-up redesign. The folks at Hagerty took a close look at the specs for the...
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    GM's snazziest brand may have vacated the Big Apple in a New York minute, but that doesn't mean they're taking a break on research and development. It's been 15 years since the marque appended the consonant "V" onto trunklids of its fastest sedans, so the company is rolling out a new trim to...
  7. Global Cadillac News
    Let's not go too deep into history here. Until a decade and a half ago, Cadillac's efforts at competing with European sports sedans have been lackluster at best, and positively shameful at worst. But in 2004, the wreath division of General Motors discovered the alphabet's 22nd letter, and...
  8. Automotive Industry & GM News
    GM is already investing $175 million in its Lansing Grand River Plant to produce two new sedans to go along with the CT6. The sedans-which are expected to be called the CT4 and CT5-will eventually replace the CTS, ATS, and XTS. GM's Lansing plant currently builds the CTS and ATS, alongside the...
  9. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Yesterday, we brought you the latest evidence that Cadillac's ATS sedan will disappear from the market a year before its coupe sibling bites the dust. While a message sent to General Motors initially proved fruitless, dawn brings confirmation that Cadillac's smallest offering will ditch the...
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    It's another nail in the ATS Sedan's coffin, as GM's fleet order guide so far omits the four-door version of Cadillac's smallest car. Questions about the ATS Sedan's fate first cropped up following Cadillac's failure to submit the vehicle to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's...
  11. Global Cadillac News
    After a relative lull in product introductions, Cadillac has a pipeline of new vehicles ready to boost the brand's fortunes. Or so the General Motors division hopes. In early 2016 Cadillac launched the XT5 crossover and CT6 sedan, following it up with a refreshed XTS in late 2017. Next year...
  12. Global Cadillac News
    General Motor Co.'s Lansing Grand River Assembly could continue to be the birthplace of Cadillac's sedans even when the plant stops making the ATS and CTS in 2019. According to Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen, the rear-wheel-drive ATS and CTS, along with the front driven XTS will be...
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