The new 2014 Cadillac CTS sedan will sticker at $46,025, more than $6K above the previous...

The new 2014 Cadillac CTS sedan will sticker at $46,025, more than $6K above the previous version of the luxury car. The updated model is still selling for less than main rivals the 2014 Mercedes-Benz E350 sedan and the 2014 BMW 5-series sedan. The big picture: A lot of the success of General Motors (GM -0.9%) in the U.S. can be tied to the resurgence of Cadillac. Will the brand's heightened prestige help push GM's margins higher?

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  • Americanmade
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    the 2015 CTS might have the 3.6L V6 twin-turbo motor. GM is retooling a plant near Detroit to make this engine. Horsepower is around 425. Plus GM will have their 8 speed automatic transmission. They might throw in the Corvette 7 speed manual
    14 Jun 2013, 07:35 PM Reply Like
  • Michael Bryant
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    Isn't the Cadillac Escalade tied with the 1994 Honda Accord as the most stolen car?
    16 Jun 2013, 11:21 PM Reply Like
  • elroy
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    the 10 most-stolen vehicles during 2011:
    1.1994 Honda Accord midsize
    2.1998 Honda Civic compact
    3.2006 Ford F-150 pickup
    4.1991 Toyota Camry midsize
    5.2000 Dodge Caravan minvian
    6.1994 Acura Integra compact
    7.1999 Chevrolet Silverado pickup
    8.2004 Dodge Ram pickup
    9.2002 Ford Explorer SUV
    10.1994 Nissan Sentra compact
    17 Jun 2013, 08:53 AM Reply Like
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