2013 Cadillac ATS

2013 Cadillac ATS Review Summaries

What reviewers liked most about the Cadillac ATS

  • The steering feel and response is second to none in its class. Yes, it is just that good. The car grips in the corners better than a compact luxury sedan should, and felt very neutral when I was tossing it around the handling course.

    - Canadian Driver
  • The balance the ATS exhibits comes via a 50/50 weight distribution and well-tuned standard FE2 suspension, including Cadillac's first-ever five-link independent rear setup. The quick and precise electric steering offers adjustable weight and has high effort in Sport mode. As a result, the ATS proved a more-than-willing dance partner on Georgia's twisty back roads. It's very tied down, with minimal body roll and minimal understeer at the limit.

    - Edmunds.com
  • Interior styling and handling are clear strengths....... If I had to choose from among the cars that are actually available in the segment, this would be the one.

    - The Truth About Cars

What reviewers liked least about the Cadillac ATS

  • The rear seat is so small and compromised that back seat passengers will mistake it for a coupe, and a small one at that. There is no rear headroom for average sized adults and legroom isn't much better.

    - Canadian Driver
  • But rear seat room isn't the ATS's largest weakness. The Cadillac's trunk volume barely tops ten cubic feet.

    - The Truth About Cars

Cadillac ATS Comparisons

  • With the 2013 ATS, Cadillac isn't trying to redefine a segment; it's meeting BMW (and Audi and Mercedes) head-on with the ATS.

    - Edmunds.com

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