2013 Cadillac XTS: More Photos

2013 Cadillac XTS
On the verge of reaching dealerships, the 2013 Cadillac XTS has big shoes to fill; the model replaces both the DTS livery vehicle and the sportier STS large sedan, both of which are now defunct. The XTS combines an affordable entry-level price, sporty styling and new technology features to take on models like the BMW 5 Series and Audi A6. Continue below for more photos.

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Comments 

Matt

I wish jeje would stop posting ramdom stuff.....stop trying to get traffic to your site please.....comment on the story at hand

William

This car screams..."COUPE"!
Will there be one?

Parrots

It looks so front wheel drive it's not even funny. Even front wheel drive cars don't look as front wheel drive as this.

sheth

where is the review from cars.com?

Rockaby

2nd time Jeje has posted on this page. Can we not IP ban him?

Jordiie

Me personally...from a side view, i see a Holden Caprice, especially those wheels, they are near identical to those of a Holden Calais V...tsk tsk

Thuta

The front and the rear look nice...but the side looks awkward...looks like a Nissan Primera hatchback or a wannabe Jaguar XJ (especially closer to the rear)... Caddy should really make the hood and the trunk a bit longer to make it look less like a cheap(er) hatchback

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