The Cadillac Eldorado continued to be in production from 1953 to 2002. The Cadillac CTS offers top notch luxury and sophistication just like the Eldorado. Blending all-American style with European-inspired handling, the Cadillac CTS has been a popular choice with luxury saloon consumers for more than a decade. Within that period, there have been three generations.
Despite numerous shortcomings in terms of interior design and quality, the first CTS remains a fair choice for a used luxury saloons buyers. The second-generation CTS, which featured substantial improvements to its interior, is a much more appealing car. The most recent generation of the CTS has grown in both size and sophistication, and now it can compete well with its European and Japanese rivals.
|Front LED lights
LED lights within crystal like tail lamps structures give the rear a crisp, uniform look. A chevron-shaped centre high-mounted stop lamp is inset in the leading edge of the boot lid for a more elegant look. The Cadillac CTS features numerous chrome detailing just like the original Eldorado. The chrome is visible on the grille, windows surrounds, door handles and the rear trapezoidal tail pipes. The Cadillac CTS rides on standard 17-inch rims. Optional 18- and 19-inch rims are available.
|Last Cadillac Eldorado
|Comfortable front seats
The comfortable front and rear leather seats feature heating and ventilation. Rear passengers enjoy plenty of head and legroom thanks to the large wheelbase. Distinct LED ambient lighting in the instrument panel, door panels, foot wells, door map pockets, various storage locations and the front door sills gives the interior a poshy feel especially at night. Sound is delivered to the interior by a standard 13 speaker Bose Surround Sound system.
|Striking rear design