By John LeBlanc It’s been a while since an American automaker could offer a competitive entry-level luxury sports sedan. For the past four decades, if you were looking for a small, sporty four-door, the German brands Audi, BMW or Mercedes-Benz were more than likely at the top of your list. But now America’s biggest automaker, […]
Story and photos by John LeBlanc I’ve long been on record as saying Cadillac’s CTS sedan has been parent General Motors’ most competitive vehicle. And the arrival of the new, third-generation version for 2014 does little to sway that opinion.
By John LeBlanc With the ringing in of the New Year, the last of the 2013 new cars and trucks are being shown the door. And a few vehicles aren’t returning for 2014. Some will be missed. Some won’t. Here’s my top 10 new vehicles that aren’t coming back for 2014:
By John LeBlanc With production of the 2014 Cadillac ELR set to go for later this year, the General Motors’ luxury brand has announced the price for its new, gas-electric plug-in hybrid will start at a $75,995 U.S. price — nearly twice the cost of the similarly-engineered Chevrolet Volt.
Story by John LeBlanc SANTA BARBARA, CALIF. — Truth be told, the outgoing Cadillac CTS was parent General Motors’ best car. It wasn’t “best” as in the fastest, most fuel-efficient or most practical sense.keep looking »