With further extends the new Cadillac BLS Sport has a luxury midsize sedan lineup and in the same time adds a sporty element to the model which is developed with particular attention to the demands of the European and other international markets.
The new Cadillac BLS Sport 2007 adds 18-inch wheels and lowered sports suspension for the front MacPherson struts and four-link rear axle. Without compromising comfort the chassis tuning ensures dynamic handling performance and is designed to take full advantage of the range of powerful engines to give the dynamic performance that customers expect from Cadillac
The interior of BLS Sport is highlighted by the use of stylish aluminum trim instead of wood and the circular instruments have white numerals and red needles on a black background. A three-spoke leather steering wheel and a analog clock in the center stack come as standard. Optional refinements include leather seating surfaces.
Two 2.0 liter turbocharged gasoline engines respectively develop 129kW/175hp and 154kW/210hp, while a 2.8 liter V6 unit gives 188kW/255hp. The Sport also joins other BLS models in offering a direct-injected, common rail turbo-diesel engine fitted with a maintenance-free diesel particulate filter, developing 110kW/150hp). All units come with the choice of a six-speed manual transmission or an automatic with Sport Mode button, which allows the driver to select a sportier transmission shift pattern.
The offer an optional state-of-the-art infotainment systems include high-quality audio units from Bose, a DVD navigation system with touch screen operation, a Bluetooth-enabled cell phone system with a hands-free kit and remote controls on the steering wheel.
The Cadillac BLS Sport offer an optional state-of-the-art infotainment systems include high-quality audio units from Bose, a DVD navigation system with touch screen operation, a Bluetooth-enabled cell phone system with a hands-free kit and remote controls on the steering wheel.
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