See the XTS section for more details, but you are in a great position when it comes to "things to watch for". The XTS is about as problem-free as (current) premium cars get. You will have to deal with a dead CUE screen at some point, and likely a strut or two. You might have to replace the air-ride compressor. Other than that it's the standard 4000lb premium luxury car stuff - weird tire wear, wheel damage and balancing, hubs, warped rotors, and the occasional electrical glitch that you fix by letting the car sit overnight.Hello all,
New to the Caddy family. I just purchased a 2013 XTS Premium (Crystal Red tintcoat) with 90k miles.
I came from a 2012 Volvo S60 T5. I went into the dealership looking for something with a better driving experience. The dealer showed me the XTS and I was surprised. I had never looked at Cadillac before (Im in my mid 30s) as they just never appealed to me but the XTS was intriguing. The interior was one of the nicest I've ever seen in a GM product and the technology is what really got me.
The car is a bit underpowered (Or should I say the powerband could be adjusted for more low end power.) but it drives really well for what it is.
Is there anything I should watch out for with these cars? I havent owned a GM product since I was 16 so it's been awhile.
So drive and enjoy!