Reviews the 2014 Cadillac CTS


Summarizing the new Cadillac CTS' in-your-face style and athletic performance on the road, reviewer Jennifer Geiger draws parallels to ostentatious pop-star Lady Gaga. Indeed, the sedan wasn't "born this way," but instead redesigned for 2014 with a wider stance, exaggerated front-end features and a decadently luxurious — and potentially over-the-top — interior. Among available powertrains, the 321-horsepower, 3.6-liter V-6 paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission delivers strong, smooth acceleration. Read Geiger's review, and decide if the CTS would earn your "applause" — or prove to be a "bad romance."

2014 Cadillac CTS Review


Agent Mike

As long as it can stay out of the Service Center for constant warranty work, it has BMW beat hands down...


Three Lady Gaga puns in one lead. Awesome.


Those puns just made my day.


The backseat looks like a deal breaker if you have a family. Also, who cares about repairs as long as the warranty covers tehm...

Jonathan W. Fink

I don't see what the fuss is about. To me, especially withe mid level V6, the specs and performance numbers read like the last STS. I'd rather buy a Chrysler 300s V6 and keep the change.

Watson Jones

The car looks really beautiful and the specifications are also nice.


I took delivery of a new ATS in March. Since then, it has been back to the dealer three time for factory defects, including the recall. Cadillac should stop spending money on advertising, and invest it in putting a quality car on the road. Only God knows what will go wrong next, but my strong opinion, after owning 6-7 Cadillac's is...stay away. Buy a luxury car where quality matters.

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