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Power Circle Ratings™ / CADILLAC

Scoring Legend

5.0
Among the best
4.0
Better than most
3.0
About average
2.0
The rest
  • 2015 CADILLAC CTS

    $45,100 MSRP

    Hwy 24/City 16 MPG

  • 2014 CADILLAC CTS

    $39,495 MSRP

    Hwy 26/City 18 MPG

    Quality 3.0

    Performance & Design 2.0

    Predicted Reliability 4.5

  • 2013 CADILLAC CTS

    $38,905 MSRP

    Hwy 27/City 18 MPG

    Quality 5.0

    Performance & Design 2.0

    Predicted Reliability 4.5

  • 2012 CADILLAC CTS

    $35,915 MSRP

    Hwy 26/City 16 MPG

    Quality 4.0

    Performance & Design 3.0

    Predicted Reliability 4.5

  • 2011 CADILLAC CTS

    $35,345 MSRP

    Hwy 26/City 16 MPG

    Quality 4.0

    Performance & Design 3.0

    Dependability 4.0

  • 2010 CADILLAC CTS

    $35,165 MSRP

    Hwy 26/City 16 MPG

    Quality 4.0

    Performance & Design 3.0

    Dependability 4.0

  • 2009 CADILLAC CTS

    $36,560 MSRP

    Hwy 25/City 16 MPG

    Quality 5.0

    Performance & Design 4.0

    Dependability 4.0

  • 2008 CADILLAC CTS

    $33,675 MSRP

    Hwy 25/City 16 MPG

    Quality 3.0

    Performance & Design 4.0

    Dependability 3.0

  • 2007 CADILLAC CTS

    $29,925 MSRP

    Hwy 26/City 17 MPG

    Quality 5.0

    Performance & Design 2.0

    Dependability 4.0

  • 2006 CADILLAC CTS

    $29,270 MSRP

    Hwy 26/City 17 MPG

    Quality 4.0

    Performance & Design 2.0

    Dependability 4.0

  • 2005 CADILLAC CTS

    $30,190 MSRP

    Hwy 27/City 17 MPG

  • 2004 CADILLAC CTS

    $30,650 MSRP

    Hwy 26/City 19 MPG

  • 2003 CADILLAC CTS

    $30,000 MSRP

    Hwy 25/City 18 MPG

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