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Cadillac ATS at Tint Magic Window Tint Coral Springs

Cadillac ATS at Tint Magic Window Tint Coral Springs

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Cadillac ATS:

Combining impressive performance and distinctive styling in a tidy package, the ATS continues to challenge the best from Europe and Japan. Available as a coupe or a sedan, base models feature a potent 272-hp 2.0-liter turbo four mated to an eight-speed automatic and rear-wheel drive. A 335-hp V-6 is available, as are all-wheel drive and a six-speed manual. The Caddy offers an 8.0-inch touchscreen featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for infotainment; 4G LTE Wi-Fi is standard.

The rest of the interior gives no respite to the eye. The designers deserve credit for blessing the Cadillac with a rich mix of materials, but when the passenger-side dash is covered with leather, sueded microfiber, carbon fiber, and a hard plastic lower section, one gets the sense that designers are hitting too many notes to make them all sing in harmony. It gets worse in back. While the seatbacks on our test car wore more sueded microfiber, the plastic on the back side of the center console could have come out of any of General Motors’ 1990s compact cars, if not for the two tiny air vents and the 110-volt AC and 12-volt DC power outlets. A simpler, clean interior rendered with a narrower array of exquisite—and only exquisite—materials would be better. Folks like being offered a choice among 31 flavors of ice cream, but no one orders them all in one cup.

The ATS already had a mid-cycle refresh in 2015, but Cadillac missed that opportunity to take this car to another level. It made cursory exterior changes and only slightly alleviated the issues with the CUE interface. It didn’t even rid the car of that dust-attracting piano-black trim that looks so good in designer sketches but cheapens the cabin once the fingerprints, scratches, and debris inevitably accumulate. A complimentary Cadillac-branded dust cloth is not a solution.

The ATS was conceived to beat the BMW 3 series, and when it was launched in 2012, it almost did. But it never actually has, and the narrow margins by which it missed the mark five years ago appear to be widening, to say nothing of the fresher challengers such as the Jaguar XE, Audi A4, Mercedes-Benz C-class, and more. As it stands today, the ATS remains an awesome chassis topped by a good, but not great, design effort. Maybe next time out, it really will be best in class.


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