2013 Cadillac ATS Starts at $33,990

2013 cadillac ats
Cadillac's compact sport sedan will start at $33,990 when it goes on sale this summer.

The 2013 Cadillac ATS will be available in Standard, Luxury, Performance and Premium trims. Base rear-wheel-drive ATS models will use a 202-horsepower, 2.5-liter four-cylinder and will start at $33,990. Midlevel rear- or all-wheel-drive models get power from a 272-hp, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder and start at $35,795. The top-of-the-line version has a 321-hp, 3.6-liter V-6 and will start at $42,090. All prices include an $895 destination fee.

No word on official fuel-economy figures from the EPA, but Cadillac says "highway fuel economy will be well over 30 mpg." The 2013 ATS will be made at Cadillac's Lansing Grand River plant in Michigan. Cadillac will release more detailed pricing and feature information closer to the car's on-sale date.

(Editor's note: We are now reporting pricing including the destination charge instead of listing the base price and destination separately. We will still publish the individual destination fee so shoppers know exactly what to expect when researching a new car purchase.)


Max Reid

How much the things have changed. Cadillac sold vehicles with V8 engine only earlier. Now they are selling with V4 engine. They even showcased ULC concept with V3 engine acting a generator with the vehicle powered by motor.

I wish they launch that vehicle.


It has an inline 4, not a V4 and i4s are now offered by virtually every luxury automaker. Lincoln, acura and infiniti are exceptions at this point.


Acura & Lincoln have l4 engines.


Oh yes, forgot about tsx and the MLS hybrid. I'm not sure that any mainstream luxury brand doesn't have 4 cylinders


The BMW 3 Series has a four cylinder but the torque and horsepower is less than that of Cadillac. Cadillac has 135 HP per liter and no German car can match that.

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