About Cadillac Canada
Cadillac is a luxury brand under General Motors, one of the largest North American automakers. It was established in 1902 by Henry Leland and is considered one of the oldest North American automakers. The company is known for its luxury, performance, and innovative technologies. It was the first American car to be awarded the Dewar Trophy from the Royal Automobile Club of England and has since adopted the slogan “Standard of the World.” The current product line includes the Cadillac ATS, CTS, STS, SRX, and Escalade.
The Escalade is a full-size luxury SUV vehicle that was introduced in 1999 to directly compete against the Lincoln Navigator. Since its release, it generated high public demand and is considered to be one of the most luxurious SUVs. It is available in the following trims — ESV, Hybrid, and EXT. It is in direct competition with the Mercedes-Benz GL class, Lexus LX and Infiniti QX56. In 2008, a hybrid version was released and was the world’s first full-size luxury hybrid. The vehicle is loaded with advanced technologies including, Magnetic Ride Control, Side Blind Zone Alert and a Hydra-Matic heavy duty transmission.
The CTS series is a popular mid-size luxury line that was first introduced in 2002. It is available in the following trims — coupe, sedan, and sport wagon. It is in direct competition with the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes-Benz C-Class, and Audi A4. The vehicle has aggressive styling as it was designed by renowned designers Wayne Cherry and Kip Wasenko. It is loaded with advanced technologies including an E-Z Key passive entry system, Magnetic Ride Control suspension, and StabiliTrak electronic stability control system. The CTS has won numerous awards and recognition including, 2012 Luxury Compact Car of the Year by Auto123.com, Top 10 Cars by Popular Mechanics, and Best New Sports/Performance Car by the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC).
In 2008, a high-performance edition of the CTS named the CTS-V Coupe was revealed, featuring a 6.2 liter V8 engine with 556 horsepower, Brembo brakes, and Michelin Pilot Sport tires. The 2009 CTS-V was considered the world’s fastest V8 production sedan when it set record of 7:59:32 at Nürburgring race track. It is seen to be in direct competition with the BMW M3, Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG, and Porsche Panamera
|Cadillac Model||Cadillac vs. Top Competitor Models|
|CTS Sedan||Audi A4, BMW 328i|
|CTS Coupe||Audi A5, BMW 328i Coupe, Mercedes C250 Coupe|
|CTS Wagon||Mercedes-Benz E350 4MATIC, Audi A4 Avant|
|CTS-V Sedan||Audi RS4, BMW M3, Lexus IS-F|
|CTS-V Coupe||Audi RS5, BMW M3 Coupe, Lexus IS-F|
|CTS-V Wagon||Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Wagon|
|XTS||Audi A6, Audi A8, BMW 535i|
|SRX||Mercedes-Benz GLK, Audi Q5, BMW X3|
|Escalade||Lincoln Navigator, Land Rover Range Rover, Mercedes-Benz GL350 BlueTEC|
|Escalade EXT||Chevrolet Avalanche, GMC Acadia Denali, Nissan Armada Platinum|
|Escalade ESV||Lincoln Navigator L, Chevrolet Suburban, Mercedes-Benz GL550 4MATIC|
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