Look ma, no hands.
Big update, big improvement.
Cadillac finally has its zig back
Cadillac's new three-row SUV will sit in between the 2-row XT5 and XL truck-based Escalade.
Joining the 310hp 3.6L V6, a mill which remains standard equipment on the Sport, is a 2.0L turbocharged inline-four making 237 horsepower and 258lb.-ft of torque.
That didn’t take long.
Track eaters? Not quite. But that’s by design.
Two New Models Launch Next Week
Carter Cadillac opened its doors yesterday in Calgary.
We sat down to talk 1990s cartoons, bustle-back Sevilles, where he came into the brand, and the Future of Cadillac.
The latest model is hot on the heels of the compact XT4, and the trucklet puts Cadillac into all of the hottest luxury segments.
Celebrating 15 years of the V-Series, Cadillac is introducing the 2019 Pedestal Edition with new and exclusive Bronze Sand Metallic colour.
Does Cadillac's flagship have what it takes to compete with the best from Europe?
The new Cadillac XT5 is refined, comfortable, and competent but avoid pricey options.
The Cadillac Eldorado Brougham for 1959 was a new design. Priced at $13,075, it was the equivalent of more than $120,000 today.
GM Canada Achieves Best June Sales Since 2011, and Best First-Half-Of-The-Year Sales in 10 Years
The Vaughan Auto Mall will be the home to Ontario's first Cadillac dealer
The majestic grounds of the Plunkett estate make possible the exhibition of cars with no crowding.
Carlisle is replacing Johan de Nysschen, who is “leaving the company effective immediately” to pursue other interests.
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