Cadillac ATS First Drive

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Wide Open Throttle: Episode 26

On this episode of Wide Open Throttle, Motor Trend associate editor Scott Evans finally gets behind the wheel of the 2013 Cadillac ATS. Cadillac claims the ATS has the goods to compete with the vaunted BMW 3 Series, but can it actually deliver on that promise?

 



315 Responses to “Cadillac ATS First Drive”

  1. johnny mars says:

    Scott, I can’t take you seriously when you dress like a slob. Ever hear of
    an iron? Jessi, lose the fake eyelashes and tattoo, and wear a nicer top.
    What ever happened to dress for success?

  2. usman raja says:

    Some one should remind these fellows GM dominated the world for literally 75 years, n Cadillac was the first car company in America. We might get our ass kicked for couple of rounds but won’t let you win

  3. usman raja says:

    This car looks better than BMW….You Go America

  4. Jerry Jackson says:

    We got a chance to drive the new +Cadillac ATS on the latest episode of
    “Wide Open Throttle” http://wot.motortrend.com/?p=238615

  5. kelson12345 says:

    turbo the 3.6, then we’ll be talking

  6. kelson12345 says:

    all the doubters need to be reasonable, this is Gm’s FIRST attempt at this kind of car to compete with the europeans. It was a good attempt and it will only be better in the future…

  7. Talisman1957 says:

    Same engine as is in my 2007 Saturn Sky. Just think what it’d feel like having 1000 lbs less weight? Yep, that’s what my car feels like :D

  8. deezomaxima says:

    We have to agree to disagree then because so many people think Euro cars are more reliable and durable than American cars and it’s simply not true.

  9. mikemxbike4 says:

    There are plenty of 20+ year old BMW’s in the States with lots of miles on them, I own 2 myself. Very reliable and solid cars

  10. Zantek007 says:

    first it has quattro, which will make it handle in any condition and will keep you safe.
    Second, i dont know about reliability, my parents had 3 A8 and non of then has never gone wrong
    Third, cabine quality. the ATS still doesnt haven a european quality materials and it shows right when you jump in the car

  11. deezomaxima says:

    Actually he’s right.

  12. deezomaxima says:

    Why? They’re heavy and don’t handle as well. Reliability sucks too.

  13. deezomaxima says:

    LOL. I see people getting rid of Mercs and Bimmers for Hyundai too.

  14. Slash396 says:

    Do you know what you are talking about. They are not even in the same class of vehicles.

  15. Slash396 says:

    To be fair, I know someone with a 10-15 year old BMW 3 Series with over 300,000 miles. But you’re right, most of the time, German cars are very unreliable and when they break, it’s a fortune.

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