2013 Cadillac CTS Coupe
The 2013 Cadillac CTS Coupe is not just a head-turner; it’s also a power-packed luxury coupe that manages to have both high-speed stability and impressive performance.
The CTS Coupe is easily one of the most and stable vehicles in the competitive luxury coupe market. It comes with a 3.6-liter direct-injection engine that produces a commendable 318 horsepower. This direct-injection technology gives the CTS reduced emissions. The automatic transmission, on the other hand, promises stunningly smooth shifting. It is available in all-wheel drive, which makes it easier to handle during poor weather and has an adjusted power distribution. With the Stabilitrak electronic stability control, the CTS adjusts the auto power based on the conditions of the road. There is also a ZF Servotronic steering system for increased responsiveness and sensitivity, providing accurate feedback while on the road.
Dramatic as it is adaptive, the exterior styling is the major selling point of the CTS Coupe. Its exterior styling is characterized by a integrated door handles, a chevron-shaped stop lamp, a sweeping roofline and chiseled and sculpted edges. It has a wide stance, giving it a more aggressive stance and command in the road. But more than this, its body design makes it more balanced and responsive. This is, indeed, both style and functionality in its finest. It’s aggressive, to say the least, and it will definitely catch your attention. Cadillac promises that every exterior detail was keenly crafted—and it’s not difficult to agree.
The interior of the CTS Coupe was designed to be intuitive and easy to read for the driver. Perhaps what’s most notable is its wood and leather accents, a pleasant combination that highlights the luxury feel of the CTS Coupe. Best of all, the interior climate of the luxury CTS Coupe is based on the temperature outside, so you get the comfort you deserve once you’re inside. And with its ambient lighting, being inside this luxury coupe feels elegant.
As expected, Cadillac doesn’t compromise on safety. The Adaptive Remote Start, which allows keyless access, is something most luxury auto manufacturers should start looking into. This feature allows the engine to start even within 50 yards away. It also has a Side Blind Zone Alert, with radars that sense when a car is approaching you from behind. Once sensed by the radar, the driver is alerted and you can shift to the other lanes more safely.
The Rearview Backup Camera allows you to see what’s happening from behind, especially when you’re parking. It is displayed in the LCD screen, which also doubles as a navigation screen. Along with these are standard airbags, Forward Collision system, and a Lane Departure Assist system.
The CTS Coupe has a glide-up navigation system, with 3-D color imaging, a Bose surround sound system, iPod connectivity, and even a hard drive storage. Al this in an 8-inch LCD touch screen with vivid visuals.
The pricing for this luxury coupe starts at $38,905. It can, however, go to as much as $55,440 if you opt for the upper trim levels.
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