Changes to Cadillac’s XTS sedan for 2016 include the addition of Surround Vision to the Driver Awareness package, wireless phone charging, Apple CarPlay and some new colors. The XTS’ grille receives a slight refresh.
About Cadillac XTS
Cadillac’s 2016 XTS luxury-performance
sedan plays a vital role in bridging the gap between the company’s faithful following and new, younger buyers. In the XTS, the Cadillac offers a vehicle slightly smaller than the
Audi A8, more athletic than a
Lexus GS and more distinctive than a
Lincoln MKS. The XTS pampers its occupants with the finest fabrics and delights them with latest technology. In this phalanx of high tech, however, lay the XTS’ Achilles’ heel, namely the overly complex CUE infotainment system and auxiliary touch-sensitive controls. Then again, such systems are now a part of luxury-car DNA, making the XTS the equal of cars like the
Mercedes-Benz E-Class, BWM 5 Series and Lexus GS.