Well-known American carmaker General Motors is always trying to impress its customers and potential customers. Now we will stop a little and tell you more on their new achievement, the 2013 Cadillac ATS. The model was developed to compete with the German BMW 3 Series and with the Audi as well, especially in terms of prices. The new model receives power from a 3.6-liter AWD engine and it uses 18-inch polished aluminum wheels to transfer the output to the road.
The engineers have also provided very aggressive elements like LED headlamps that start on the front fascia and go all the way to the fender top. It also features a familial grille and tail lamp treatment, turning the model into one of the best. The center stack looks amazing with sleek, glossy panel crisp illumination. At 33.5 inches of legroom and 36.8 inches of headroom, the back bench offers occupants 1.5 fewer inches of leg space and a full inch less headroom than the 2013 BMW 3 Series.
The model also comes with 10.2 cubic feet of cargo room and it is clear that owning the 2013 Cadillac ATS will require a few sacrifices. As we said before, the model receives power from a 3.6-liter V6 engine capable of generating 321 horsepower and 275 lb. ft. of torque. All this output is being transferred to the wheels through an optional 6-speed manual transmission. The starting price was established at $49.000 not including destination and the AWD model has a starting price of $43.195. The destination charge is $895 and so in the end, the final price is $47.830. These are all the information received from the driver that went behind the steering wheel of the car. Source: autoblog
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