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How Cadillac's Super Cruise System Works

By Kelsey Mays on Mon Apr 24 14:59:03 GMT-06:00 2017


CARS.COM — Fully self-driving cars may still be a long way off, but Cadillac is taking a big step with Super Cruise, a system that can steer, accelerate and brake in certain highway conditions. We first heard of it in… Read More

How Cadillac's Super Cruise System Works

By Kelsey Mays on Mon Apr 24 14:59:03 GMT-06:00 2017

CARS.COM — Fully self-driving cars may still be a long way off, but Cadillac is taking a big step with Super Cruise, a system that can steer, accelerate and brake in certain highway conditions. We first heard of it in… Read More

Cadillac Takes on Tesla Autopilot With Super Cruise Self-Drive

By Nick Kurczewski on Tue Apr 11 09:21:28 GMT-06:00 2017

CARS.COM — Cadillac is taking direct aim at Tesla's Autopilot, along with other autonomous drive systems, courtesy of the American luxury brand's Super Cruise self-driving system. Available in the fall as a $2,500 stand-alone option, Super Cruise will initially only… Read More

Cadillac Cruises Into Autonomous Drive Arena

By Nick Kurczewski on Tue Apr 11 05:00:05 GMT-06:00 2017

CARS.COM — This has been a good week for American car brands working in the realm of autonomous drive systems. Cadillac is getting into the business of self-drive cars in a big way, courtesy of the Super Cruise self-drive function… Read More

Latest Certified Pre-Owned Incentives by Automaker

By Cars.com on Sat Apr 01 07:30:10 GMT-06:00 2017

CARS.COM — Certified pre-owned incentives are reduced-rate loans offered by manufacturers to qualified buyers of CPO vehicles. All financing offers listed here are available nationally unless noted otherwise. Not every buyer will qualify for this discount financing, contact your dealer… Read More

Which Cars Have Self-Driving Features for 2017?

By Kelsey Mays on Wed Mar 29 05:30:32 GMT-06:00 2017

CARS.COM — No production car in the U.S. fully drives itself all the time, but plenty of cars you can buy right now can do some driving tasks in select circumstances — what the industry would call "Level 1" or "Level 2"… Read More

Which Automaker Owns Your Luxury Brand?

By Kelsey Mays on Tue Mar 28 10:08:47 GMT-06:00 2017

CARS.COM — Not to burst your bubble, but most luxury badges trace their roots back to parent automakers with plenty of hoi polloi cars. It's not a bad thing: Larger automakers provide the economies of scale to develop the technology… Read More

Worst 2017 Buys in 10 Vehicle Categories

By Fred Meier on Fri Mar 24 12:00:25 GMT-06:00 2017

CARS.COM — Consumer Reports is better known for its Top Picks and Recommended vehicles, but it recently posted a bottom-of-the-barrel list — its lowest-rated vehicles for 2017 in 10 popular vehicle categories. Related: 10 Cars Slapped With the Ugly Stick The publication admits… Read More

2017 Cadillac Escalade: Our View

By Aaron Bragman on Fri Mar 24 08:00:00 GMT-06:00 2017

The biggest, baddest American luxury vehicle is undisputedly the Cadillac Escalade, a blingy behemoth that prowls the streets of the United States in all its chrome-grille glory, rumbling and roaring its anti-environmental presence. While foreign automakers maintain flagship sedans, like… Read More

Cadillac Launches Subscription Service

By Courtney Messenbaugh on Tue Mar 21 13:52:12 GMT-06:00 2017

CARS.COM — It's #traveltuesday and that means ... well, it means whatever you want it to mean. Today, it means exploring a new way to travel. What's the way? In style. According to your mood. By subscription. In a Cadillac.… Read More

2017 Cadillac CTS Sees Road Hazards Before You Do

By Matt Schmitz on Thu Mar 09 10:34:50 GMT-06:00 2017

All 2017 Cadillac CTS sedans currently in production are equipped with vehicle-to-vehicle communication technology as standard equipment.… Read More