May 22, 2013
- General Motors Co. said it is recalling nearly 20,000 new Cadillac SRX SUVs for faulty wheel lug nuts.
- Pros and Cons* Pros With its impressive power, well-calibrated suspension and effective brakes, the 2013 Dodge Charger SRT is a commanding sedan. Cons Some buyers might be deterred by the sedan's heavy fuel consumption, large size and weight. Price The SRT Super Bee starts at $44,445. Equipped with a 470 hp V8 engine, the Super Bee features a 4.3 Uconnect system, four-piston Brembo brakes, performance suspension and 3-mode electronic stability...
- DETROIT – The 2013 Cadillac XTS offers the first look at the next generation of interior design for the brand. Yet, designers of the large luxury sedan looked to the fast-paced and often-changing fashion and home furnishings industries for inspiration when conceptualizing the car’s interior finishes.
May 21, 2013
- The new boosted six-banger joins a few new comfort and convenience features.
- General Motors of Canada is recalling 913 Cadillac SRX crossovers from 2013 because the wheel nuts may have been insufficiently tightened during vehicle assembly. If the wheels have not yet been removed and replaced due to winter tire installation or tire rotation, the wheel nuts may loosen, resulting in possible damage to the wheel studs and/or wheel(s). This could also lead to a complete separation of the wheel(s) from the vehicle, increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers will therefore...
- Placed between Chevrolet and Cadillac, Buick is the middle child of General Motors (let’s consider GMC a truck cousin). And like some middle children, it wasn’t given enough attention until it was in trouble. In its early years, Buick was GM’s darling. On the success of the Buick Motor Co., William C. “Billy” Durant co-founded GM. And even after GM adopted other children, including older brother Cadillac, Buick remained strong.
May 20, 2013
- Points, baby. Points.
May 19, 2013
- The swan song of the GMT900-based Escalade.
May 18, 2013
- The Cadillac XTS isn’t known as the most exciting vehicle in the brand’s lineup. In fact, it’s a rather dull, but luxurious, offering. Actively avoiding the production of dull cars seems to have become a bit of an obsession at Cadillac, though, so it's gone ahead and dropped the 410-horsepower, biturbocharged V-6 from the all-new CTS under the graceful hood of the XTS. The result is a large Caddy that we'd be happy to drive.
- Check out the new colors and convenience features in store for the 2014 Caddy crossover.