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They reduced the powertrain warranty in 2013 on Cadillac's.

WARRANTY AND COVERAGE
Cadillac 4-year/50,000-mile Bumper-to-Bumper Limited Warranty with no deductible
Cadillac 6-year/70,000-mile Transferable Powertrain Limited Warranty with no deductible for 2013 and newer models (5-years/100,000-miles1 for 2012 and older models).
Cadillac 6-year/70,000-mile1 Roadside Assistance for 2013 and newer models (5-years/100,000-miles1 for 2012 and older models).
Cadillac 6-year/70,000-mile1 Courtesy Transportation for 2013 and newer models (5-years/100,00-miles1 for 2012 and older models)
 

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They increased it in years, but reduced overall mileage last year in Canada.
2008(?ish) -13 - 5 year/ 160 000km Power train & 4 year/ 80 000km Bumper to Bumper Shield Protection
2014 - 15 - 6 year/ 110 000km Power train & 4 year/ 80 000km Bumper to Bumper Shield Protection
 

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Cadillac powertrain warranty in USA went from 5 years 100,000 miles for 2012 and older to 6 years 70,000 miles for 2013 and newer.
 
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I like the idea of gaining one more year and giving up 30,000 mile. Right now I am at the end of 5 years and have 56,000 miles so it would be a good deal if I had a 2012 or newer.
Cadillac powertrain warranty in USA went from 5 years 100,000 miles for 2012 and older to 6 years 70,000 miles for 2013 and newer.
 

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I like the idea of gaining one more year and giving up 30,000 mile. Right now I am at the end of 5 years and have 56,000 miles so it would be a good deal if I had a 2012 or newer.
2013 or newer gets 6 years or 70,000 miles. :)

Everybody's situation is different.
 

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I think GM's new warranty is lined up with rest of the competition, the years and mileage matched up to other automakers other than Hyundai and Kia. I think warranty was a huge selling point for Hyundai and Kia at least, 5 years 60k miles bumper to bumper is hard to beat.
 
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