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2018 Cadillac XTS

For 2018, the XTS receives a new front-end design with Cadillac’s signature LED headlights, new front-seat architecture and a new CUE cloud-based infotainment setup that is vastly superior to the old system. The new XTS design actually shortens the car’s overall length by 1.1 inches.

2017 Cadillac XTS

Only minimal changes are in store for the 2017 Cadillac XTS sedan. The gauge cluster is revised, there's a new 20-inch wheel design on XTS V-Sport models, and new exterior color choices. A Teen Driver feature enables elders to set parameters and monitor how the young 'uns drove.

About Cadillac XTS

Slotting between the larger CT6 and the sporty CTS, the 2018 Cadillac XTS luxury sedan fills a gap left by the aging DTS, a car that was popular with many longtime Cadillac customers. The XTS is a big sedan celebrating luxury and comfort over razor-sharp handling, cramped rear quarters and overly snug seats. As such, the XTS is a wonderful rival to such cars as the Volvo S90 and Lexus GS. Of course, the 2018 XTS is loaded with all of Cadillac’s best creature comforts, as well as the latest active-safety assists. Its twin-turbocharged V6 is a potent reminder not every car needs a V8, yet its front-wheel-drive (FWD) layout precludes it from keeping pace with many rear-drive competitors. Opt for all-wheel drive (AWD).

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