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Thread: CTS vs. ATS

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    Quote Originally Posted by arw1510
    I don't mind the analog clock. But I do wish that they would partner with a watch company to make it. Granted they aren't going to partner up with breitling like Bentley does, but maybe an American brand like Hamilton would be able to put a nice classic style clock in there somewhere lol
    You made a solid point there IMO. I like the analog clock myself but it looks cheap and thrown together. Hamilton would be very nice but I'd take anything over a cheap plastic timepiece...lol.


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    Re: CTS vs. ATS

    I'm in a ATS loaner with the 2.0 engine and it just won't get out of it's own way. The CUE screen is dirty with finger prints and I guess that might be why the screen isn't real responsive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C "T" ess View Post
    I'm in a ATS loaner with the 2.0 engine and it just won't get out of it's own way. The CUE screen is dirty with finger prints and I guess that might be why the screen isn't real responsive.
    Could be but your loaner may not have received the CUE update yet...lol.

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    Re: CTS vs. ATS

    I DID like the ATS until I sat in one while my CTS performance wagon was in for service. Now the CTS is not that big of a car, but the ATS was VERY small for me (6 foot 3) and the ATS had a sticker of 49 grand and did not even have power tilt wheel? I will keep my CTS

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    Re: CTS vs. ATS

    Had an ATS with the 2.0L and for two days while the CTS was in for service. I was litterally driving around full throttle everywhere. It was fun. It had decent power, but it needed a more.

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    Re: CTS vs. ATS

    Quote Originally Posted by OMG View Post
    Had an ATS with the 2.0L and for two days while the CTS was in for service. I was litterally driving around full throttle everywhere. It was fun. It had decent power, but it needed a more.
    Hello OMG,

    That is exciting you got to experience another Cadillac and you had fun. I hope your CTS is fixed and working well! Enjoy

    Sincerely,

    Laura M.
    Cadillac Customer Service

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