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The 2013 Cadillac XTS will replace both the STS and DTS as the brand's main lux cruisers. A innovative cab, available all-wheel drive and a possible hybrid powertrain should give GM a strong full-size luxury contender. Cadillac XTS Sedan offers the following pros: Plug-in hybrid powertrain promises good fuel efficiency; cutting-edge interior; available all-wheel drive.

The 2009 Cadillac XLR boasts respectable performance and a fine highway demeanor along with its eye-catching layout. Still, its lackluster handling and hit-or-miss dashboard craftsmanship put it at a disadvantage in the very competitive luxury roadster segment.

due to some enhancments this year, the 2012 Cadillac SRX is a more well-rounded and attractive luxury crossover. Cadillac SRX SUV offers the following pros: Abundant features; capable handling; classy cab design; smart infotainment interface. Cadillac SRX SUV drawbacks are: Limited backseat headroom; compromised outward visibility.

Shanghai GM represented the new Cadillac SLS. It is one of two new models - along with the Buick Excelle XT - that made its global debut on the automaker's stand at the 2009 Guangzhou Auto Show. The new Cadillac SLS is the next generation of Cadillac SLS luxury enterprise sedan that was first presented in China in 2006.

It might not make as much practical sense as its competitors, but are you really interested in acquiring a 2012 Cadillac Escalade just for its third-row bench and trunk capacity? Cadillac Escalade SUV offers the following pros: Original visual presence; long list of traditional features; gutsy V8; civilized road manners.

If you like large, V8-powered American luxury coupes, you better act quickly, as the Cadillac Eldorado is heading for the large parking lot in the sky. Cadillac Eldorado Coupe offers the following pros: Powerfully smooth V8, distinctive looks. Cadillac Eldorado Coupe drawbacks are: Inspector Gadget underpinnings, bulky size, aged platform.

If you're looking for a luxury sedan that favors convenience over performance, the Cadillac Seville is one of the smoothest rides this side of Stuttgart. Cadillac Seville Sedan offers the following pros: Strong and smooth drivetrain, long list of traditional features, impressive crash test scores, convenient highway cruiser.

While Cadillac's full-size 2011 Cadillac DTS luxury sedan has some good qualities, it's outclassed by newer and more desirable rivals. Cadillac DTS Sedan offers the following pros: Spacious and quiet interior; cushy ride; tremendous cargo. Cadillac DTS Sedan drawbacks are: Unimpressive performance and handling; difficult to park; subpar dashboard materials.

A conventional Cadillac for the conventional Cadillac shopper, the Deville provides a plush ride, a lot of of space and surprisingly adept road manners, not to mention all the latest innovative features. Cadillac Deville Sedan offers the following pros: Smooth and strong performance from Northstar V8, roomy and convenient cab, admirable handling for a sedan of its size, simple DVD navigator.

The 2012 Cadillac CTS remains a top choice for an American-made luxury sedan, but it lags behind import make competitors in some key areas. Cadillac CTS Sedan offers the following pros: Roomier cab than similarly priced rivals; elegant dashboard design; nifty gadgets; capable and safe handling.

Cadillac reinforced its commitment to grow its make in Europe by announcing it will add the Cadillac BLS Wagon to its portfolio later this year.

The 2011 Cadillac STS is a well-rounded luxury sedan, but it's also showing its age. Most other luxury sedans are now better choices. Cadillac STS Sedan offers the following pros: Nimble road feel for such a big vehicle. Cadillac STS Sedan drawbacks are: Aging style; sporty front seating is too firm for some; mixed class of dashboard trim; smallish trunk; no V8 motor feature.