Fresh Cadillac styling; enough room inside to stretch out; comfortable ride.
As with most Cadillacs the 2007 DTS sedan is available in a variety of configurations, including Base, Luxury I, Luxury II, and Performance trim levels. The base trim is equipped with dual-zone automatic climate control, leather seats, OnStar, bi-xenon headlamps, a power front seat, remote vehicle start, and a CD/MP3 audio system with satellite radio. The Luxury I trim adds heat to the front and rear seats, the steering wheel, the windshield washer, and the exterior mirrors. The front seats are cooled and the driver's seat features memory settings. Front and rear parking assist, StabiliTrak, and brake assist are also part of the trim.
The Luxury II trim upgrades to triple-zone climate control, a six-disc CD changer, power lumbar adjustments for front and rear seats, a power tilt and telescopic steering wheel, a power rear sunshade, rear vanity mirrors, and chrome wheels. The Performance trim level gets a more powerful V8, performance-oriented transmission programming, 18-inch wheels, and a firmer suspension with magnetic ride control. Available options include adaptive cruise control, a sunroof, and a navigation system.
The DTS's interior is voluminous, with seating for five or six, depending on whether a front bench or bucket seats are specified. In either configuration, passengers are ensconced in plush leather. You'll find generous legroom in any seating position, as well as a commodious 18.8 cubic foot trunk.
The suspension is clearly tuned for smooth freeway cruising, but the DTS keeps its composure when the road turns twisty in a way your father's DeVille never could. Cadillac's Northstar 4.6L V8 delivers 275 smooth horsepower to the DTS's front wheels. For the Performance trim, the output is increased to 292 horsepower.
With excellent crash test ratings, respectable 17 city/25 highway mileage estimates, a long list of features, a strong powertrain, and room for the whole family, the DTS remains a solid choice for the luxury car buyer set.
New for 2006, the DTS replaced the long-lived DeVille in Cadillac's large car stable. Changes for 2007 include new wheel center caps, a redesigned key fob and enhanced OnStar system. Also, the powertrain warranty is extended to five years or 100,000 miles.
For traditional luxury large car buyers, the 2007 Cadillac DTS remains one of only a handful of choices. The DTS compares favorably against its rivals, with more power than the Lincoln Town Car and a larger, more impressive interior than the Chrysler 300. It also offers plenty of luxury features and comfort for its $42,210 base price.
Vehicle Price: 42,345.00
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