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Hi, the ATS manual says that the the steering wheel adjustments are manual. Is this true? Every entry level lexus and infiniti has power
adjustment standard and my mothers CTS has it, why leave it off the ATS? I really like that feature because it is connected to the Easy
Exit so when the seat backs up the the steering wheel moves up making it easier to get in and out of the car.
 

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You're right. I looked on Cadillacs website and in the brochure. It was a nice feature.
 

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I believe they left it off because the German competition doesn't offer it in their compact models, either. Plus, leaving it off saves a few pounds. I agree, though, that it would be nice to have it, at least on the Premium models.
 

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Hi, the ATS manual says that the the steering wheel adjustments are manual. Is this true? Every entry level lexus and infiniti has power
adjustment standard and my mothers CTS has it, why leave it off the ATS? I really like that feature because it is connected to the Easy
Exit so when the seat backs up the the steering wheel moves up making it easier to get in and out of the car.
Yes it's true.

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Agreed. That's another drawback of the ATS for us. The Yukon has it and the Lexus had it and it made life so much easier to get out of the vehicle when the steering wheel came up.
 
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