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2013 Cadillac ATS Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,059
edited September 2014 in Cadillac

image2013 Cadillac ATS Long-Term Road Test

With the distractions of Las Vegas, it's nice to have essential information front and center.

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Comments

  • wouldn't it be nice if people would go "hey, that car is backing out up ahead. I'll stop and let it go."
  • nsbio1nsbio1 Posts: 75
    Wouldn't it be nice if a car could self valet-park as well as retrieve itself from a parking spot or garage? That, and a coffeemaker, would be extremely useful to have in a car.
  • Perhaps you shouldn't be driving if you are so dependent on electronic frou-frou to assist you with that extraordinarily taxing job of... backing up?

    Or perhaps this piss-poor excuse for a so-called 'luxury' sedan is just that poorly designed?
  • America has a culture of backing out of spaces that has always baffled me. Elsewhere in the world backing into the space is the norm. With the limited rear and three-quarter visibility of most car designs, you are pretty dependent on the gizmos whichever you do. The only advantage with backing into spaces is that the obstructions are not moving.
  • @ Phil Reed "This is crucial information when passing through small towns. The speed limit is sometimes kept unexpectedly low until you are miles from nowhere. I know because I got a ticket this way last year." Let me guess, Goldfield, Caliente
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