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2013 Cadillac ATS Long Term Road Test

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edited September 2014 in Cadillac

image2013 Cadillac ATS Long Term Road Test

Read daily updates on our long-term road test of the 2013 Cadillac ATS and follow along as our editors live with this car for a year.

Read the full story here


Comments

  • socal_ericsocal_eric SoCalPosts: 189
    Seriously, browsing through the long-term/blog entries for a particular car you have to click to openan article in a new page to get to a Comments button you have to click just to read or post something. What was so wrong with having a direct comments button by each article title?
  • I recently drove an SRX with the same dash configuation. While I didn't think the touch functions were so bad, I can't help but agree most people who think that knobs are still the way to go, at least for such common functions like volume. Not to mention the finger prints are ridiculous. Even if they do include a cleaning cloth, the second you touch the dash, that print is going to stay there. Looks great when it's clean, though.
  • Bring Inside line back.

    Seriously, what's so bad about a separate website? Edmund's website is unnecessarily difficult to browse. You click, it may or may not respond intelligently. When it does decide to give you the content that you want, there's an associated disappointment that elicits somewhere deep instead your noggin.

    The redesign is supposed to provide some kind of unity between the sites, except it inevitably prevents you from coming back as often because it feels like something is wrong with the website. Like with all complete disasters, you still end up having to watch the aftermath because they've added a 911 and a SLS to the long term fleet. Totally silly.

    In what way is this better than Inside Line? Answer: it isn't
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