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Top Full-Size Luxury Cars

When you go out to purchase a new luxury car for the family you have many options to choose from. Choosing the right one can be difficult if you do not know much about cars. It is important to do as much research as possible before investing in a luxury car, especially if you plan on keeping it for a long time. We’ve complied a list of full-size luxury cars reviewed on Edmunds and CarandDriv

Cadillac World Thorium Fuel Concept Myth

Seven years ago, Cadillac came out with what some consider to be one of the greatest concept cars ever created. I personally love everything about it, everything about the car is so… human, I guess. Instead, of being a calculated presentation of what will soon be possible; the concept takes a more artistic approach; intending evoke an interesting array of emotions. The Cadillac World Thorium Con

Cadillac is Returning to Business as Usual

Cadillac (in anthropomorphic form) experienced consecutive heart attacks in 1985 and 1986. The company may not have publicized it, but the release of the BMW M5 and the Mercedes AMG ‘Hammer’ (respective to the previously mentioned years) rattled the core of the company named after the discoverer of Detroit. In the years before their release, Cadillac’s revered badge graced the hood of most luxury

Cadillac is as Adept as Always

It is no secret that Cadillac has not been thriving as of late. It is unfortunate, because General Motors (new GM) really turned their tides after the financial collapse. Chevrolet has received repeated praise for their post bankruptcy craftsmanship; and their sales have been proportional to the plaudits. What has not been as thoroughly promulgated, is that Cadillac is and has been building a whol

Deviating From Form: Cadillac CTS

For the last decade or so, Cadillac has been aspiring to be something that it is not. Instead of making every rider feel as though luxury begins and ends within the confines of that cabin; they have instead successfully made a daily driver sports sedan. To their credit, it seemed like a prudent move, and they made one of the best in its class: The Cadillac CTS-V. Mercedes-Benz came way out of le

Cadillac CT6: A New Breed

Cadillac has finally turned back to its roots. Instead of trying to compete with German Luxury Sports Sedans, they have reworked the formula entirely around the premise: agility is not a requisite of luxury. When riding in the lap of luxury, there there is no rush; you will get to your destination when the time is right. The first to fit the old mold of pre-80s Caddies, is the Cadillac CT6. Thus,

Will Cadillac Requisition its Groove Back

It has been many years since the Cadillac brand has been truly in good esteem here in the United States. For a vast majority of the Twentieth Century, the mere mention of a the name evoke thoughts of prestige. The company blended increasingly uniquely identifiable aesthetic staples with unrelenting luxury. These features have been associated with Cadillac since the company’s inception. The compan

Cadillac: Recalls Revival and Ridiculousness

Once upon a time, General Motors’s luxury brand was immediately associated with world class luxury, a common adage was, if a product was the best of its kind it was the Cadillac of that segment (i.e. the Nest is the [GM-owned-Detroit-based-luxury-automaker] of thermostats). However, today the now New York based luxury auto maker is not even the Nest of its own luxury auto league. In response; th

Cadillac Seeks to Strengthen Hold on U.S. Car Market

With an eye toward bettering its bottom line, Global Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen announced to investors that the company is including five new SUVs or crossovers to its production plans by 2020. Cadillac is shifting toward these growing auto segments in a concession to dwindling Cadillac sales in the U.S. car market, along with the surge in SUV and crossover vehicle popularity among Ameri