By Matt Schmitz on November 6, 2013
Still boasting all the cushy interior joys of a big luxury sedan but now with a robust 410-horsepower, twin-turbo V-6, you might say the 2014 Cadillac XTS Vsport faces an identity crisis. Cars.com reviewer Mike Hanley got a thrill from the new engine's quickness and power, but soon pined for a driving mode to tame the intensely firm ride and remind the XTS of its true calling as a full-size comfort cruiser as opposed to the aggressive sports sedan it aspires to be. Read Hanley's review below.
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