2017 Cadillac ATS Coupe V 0-60 Times, Top Speed, Specs, Quarter Mile, and Wallpapers

2017 Cadillac ATS Coupe V  0-60 Times, Top Speed, Specs, Quarter Mile, and Wallpapers

The 2017 Cadillac ATS Coupe V is a Rear-wheel drive Coupe. It can accommodate up to 4 passengers. It has 2 Doors and is powered by a 3.6L V6 twin turbo DOHC 24-valve engine which outputs 450 hp @ 5750 rpm and is paired with 6-speed manual transmission gearbox. The 2017 Cadillac ATS Coupe V has cargo capacity of 295 Liters and the vehicle weighs 1725 kg. In terms of ride assists, the 2017 Cadillac ATS Coupe V has stability control and traction control in addition to anti-lock brake system (ABS). The vehicle has an optional engine as well It offers Ultrasonic rear park assist and Rear view camera. Safety features also include Driver side front airbag and Passenger side front airbag. The front suspension is Independent front suspension while the rear suspension is Independent rear suspension. The car also features a Tire low-pressure warning system It has 18 inches painted aluminium wheels as standard. Electronic features include Cruise Control. For convenience, the car has Power windows and Power door locks. There is also a remote keyless entry feature. Moreover, the car has Yes. The steering wheel has audio control buttons. In terms of performance, the car has 492 N.m of torque and a top speed of 282 km/h. The 2017 Cadillac ATS Coupe V accelerates from zero to 60 mph in 4.8 seconds and hits quarter mile at 12.7 seconds. Fuel consumption is 13.9 L/100km in the city and 9.4 L/100km in the highway. The car price starts at $ 68,295

Name V
Price $ 68,295
Body Coupe
Doors 2 Doors
Engine 3.6L V6 twin turbo DOHC 24-valve
Power 450 hp @ 5750 rpm
Number of Seats 4 Seats
Transmission 6-speed manual transmission
Cargo Space 295.0 L
Maximum Cargo Space 295.0 L
Wheel Type 18 inches painted aluminium wheels
Series ATS Coupe
Drivetrain Rear-wheel drive
Horsepower 450 HP
Torque 492 N.m
Top Speed 282 km/h
Acceleration 0-100 km/h (0-60 mph) 4.8 s
Fuel Type Petrol (Gasoline)
Fuel Consumption (City) 13.9 L/100km
Fuel Consumption (Highway) 9.4 L/100km
Gear Type auto
Weight 1,725 KG
Brand Cadillac
Model ATS
0-400m (Quarter Mile) 12.7 s
0-400m (Quarter Mile) - Speed 181.6 km/h
0-800m (Half Mile) 21.0 s
0-800m (Half Mile) - Speed 204.3 km/h
Modifications (MODS)
Modifications Cost $ 0

2017 Cadillac ATS 2.0T 0-60 Acceleration Launch

2017 Cadillac ATS 2.0T 0-60 Acceleration Launch

2017 Cadillac ATS-V vs Camaro SS, Challenger Hellcat Redeye & Mazda Miata 1/4 Mile

2017 1st Cadillac ATS V Acceleration Top Speed

2017 Cadillac ATS Used Price Estimates

Estimates based on a driving average of 12,000 miles per year
Used Condition Trade In Price Private Party Price Dealer Retail Price
Outstanding $ 18,323 $ 20,254 $ 22,287
Clean $ 17,746 $ 19,606 $ 21,559
Average $ 16,591 $ 18,312 $ 20,104
Rough $ 15,436 $ 17,017 $ 18,649

Smaller and lighter than its CTS stablemate, the ATS serves as Cadillac's counter to the BMW 3 Series. Introduced for the 2013 model year, the ATS continues today as fundamentally the same car, though it has received enhancements along the way. With its lively steering, nimble handling and attractively creased sheet metal, the 2017 ATS is going to appeal to you if you're searching for a small luxury sedan with a healthy dose of performance and attitude.

Having received revised engines and a new transmission last year, the 2017 ATS carries over largely intact. Its calling card, though, remains its playful handling and pin-sharp steering. It's genuinely entertaining to drive and is the most convincing entry-level luxury sedan ever produced by an American automaker. It's not entirely without faults, as its CUE infotainment interface isn't the benchmark in the class and the ATS has a smaller backseat and cargo area than its competition.

Good as the 2017 ATS is, your choices for a small luxury sedan are many. There's the 3 Series, of course. It has more rear seat space than the ATS, and its six-cylinder engine is noticeably more powerful. If it's a supremely classy cabin you want, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class is way to go. As if those aren't enough, there's also the fully redesigned Audi A4, all-new Jaguar XE and popular Lexus IS to consider. Still, it's a credit to Cadillac that the ATS manages to distinguish itself in this company. It's worth your attention.

Standard safety features for the 2017 Cadillac ATS include antilock disc brakes, traction control, stability control, active front head restraints, front-seat side and knee airbags, and full-length side curtain airbags. Also standard is OnStar, which includes automatic crash notification, on-demand roadside assistance, remote door unlocking, stolen vehicle assistance and turn-by-turn navigation. A rearview camera is standard on all trims.

A Teen Driver system, which can be used to set and monitor certain vehicle parameters for young drivers, is a new standard feature this year.

The Safety and Security package and the Driver Awareness package both add a blind-spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert, automatic wipers, automatic high beams, lane departure prevention, a forward collision warning system, and the Safety Alert seat that buzzes the driver seat bottom as an additional form of warning. Also included is a lane-change alert system that detects quickly approaching vehicles in adjacent lanes when the turn signal is activated.

The Driver Assist package bolsters that content with a head-up display, adaptive cruise control, and a forward and rearward collision mitigation system with automatic emergency braking.

In brake testing, an ATS 2.0T with summer tires came to a stop from 60 mph in 112 feet, an average distance for this segment. Impressively, an ATS 3.6 stopped in 113 feet despite wearing slipperier all-season tires.

In government crash testing, the ATS received an overall score of five stars out of five, with five stars for overall frontal crash protection and five stars for overall side crash protection.

The 2017 Cadillac ATS is a compact luxury sport sedan offered with rear- or all-wheel drive and is available in four trim levels: ATS, Luxury, Premium Luxury and Premium Performance. The ATS Coupe is reviewed separately, as is the high-performance ATS-V.

Standard features on the base ATS include 17-inch alloy wheels, heated mirrors, a rearview camera, keyless ignition and entry, dual-zone automatic climate control, a driver information screen, six-way power front seats with power lumbar, leatherette (premium vinyl) upholstery and a leather-wrapped tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel. On the technology front, the ATS has the CUE infotainment system with voice controls, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone app functionality, an 8-inch touchscreen, OnStar (with 4G LTE Wi-Fi capability), Bluetooth connectivity, and a 10-speaker Bose audio system with satellite radio, three USB ports and an auxiliary audio jack.

The Luxury trim adds navigation, leather seating surfaces with 10-way power seats, memory for seats and mirrors, parking sensors, auto-dimming mirrors, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, remote start (not available with manual transmission), a 110-volt power outlet and a split-folding backseat with a pass-through.

Premium Luxury adds adaptive xenon headlights with automatic high beams, LED running lights, a sunroof, automatic wipers, collision alert, blind-spot warning, lane departure prevention, rear cross-traffic alert, steering-wheel-mounted shift paddles and heated 12-way driver/10-way passenger power sport seats.

Premium Performance (rear-wheel drive only) includes all of the features of Premium Luxury, plus Magnetic Ride Control adaptive dampers, revised suspension tuning, an increased-capacity engine cooling system, a limited-slip differential, 18-inch wheels, summer tires, a power tilt-and-telescope steering wheel and a head-up display.

Premium Luxury and Premium Performance trim levels are available only with the 3.6-liter V6 and the eight-speed automatic transmission.

Many of the upper trims' standard features are optional on the lower trims. Several option packages are available. The Driver Assist package (available on Premium Luxury and Premium Performance only) adds the head-up display and adaptive cruise control plus advanced safety features (see Safety section below). An Advanced Security Package adds an alarm and a locking fuel filler door. A new Carbon Black Package adds Recaro performance seats, a blacked-out grille, a rear spoiler, special exterior and interior trim, and unique dark-finish 18-inch wheels.

Available only on Premium Performance models, the Track Performance package adds a heavy-duty cooling fan and upgraded brake pads. All rear-wheel-drive models can be ordered with a V-Sport Performance Suspension Upgrade package, which adds a sport-tuned suspension plus 18-inch wheels and summer tires.

Two engines are available for the 2017 Cadillac ATS. All ATS engines come standard with rear-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic transmission.

The base engine is a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder rated at 272 hp and 295 pound-feet of torque. All-wheel drive is optional, as is a six-speed manual transmission (but only with rear-wheel drive). Equipped with the automatic, the base 2017 ATS is expected to return the same results as in 2016 — an estimated 26 mpg combined (22 city/32 highway) in rear-drive configuration and 25 mpg combined (22 city/30 highway) with AWD. With the manual gearbox, the 2.0T is rated at 23 mpg combined (20 city/29 highway).

The optional 3.6-liter V6 cranks out 335 hp and 285 lb-ft of torque. No manual transmission is available with the V6, but all-wheel drive is optional. The ATS 3.6 is rated at 24 mpg combined (20 city/30 highway) with rear-wheel drive and 22 mpg combined (19 city/27 highway) with AWD.

With its big-hearted power delivery and eagerness to play, the 3.6-liter V6 turns the ATS into a little hot rod. It's the handling poise that really puts the cherry on the ATS sundae, though. This is an impressive all-around driver's car, with nimbless and precision in equal measure. Its quick steering has actual feel, and the brakes are responsive and inspire confidence. In this respect, Cadillac has out-BMW'd BMW. Get the summer tires and sport-tuned suspension and you'll likely find all sorts of excuses to exercise your ATS on twisting roads. Be aware, however, that the ride quality suffers noticeably with the sport suspension, particularly when driving over rough pavement.

The base 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder delivers a satisfying amount of forward thrust, though its refinement and noise level under hard acceleration leave something to be desired. Its fuel-efficiency benefit over the V6 isn't tremendous, either. And although it's nice to have the option of a manual transmission, the ATS' isn't our favorite. Shifts aren't as smooth as they could be, and the shifter doesn't feel particularly impressive in your hand.

The cabin in the 2017 Cadillac ATS is trimmed in a variety of reasonably high-quality materials, including tasteful wood and metallic accents. While it's attractive enough, we've noted a few more fit and finish issues in the ATS than in similarly priced competitors.

The standard CUE infotainment interface features an attractive 8-inch touchscreen and operates similarly to a smartphone or tablet, via taps, swipes and pinches. Furthermore, what's known as haptic feedback lets you know when you've pressed a virtual button by pulsing when you touch it.

When the car is turned off, the sleek, buttonless center stack looks uncluttered and even futuristic. In practice, however, the lack of discrete buttons is frustrating because its use depends on your vision and not simply feel. Some of CUE's features, such as the slide bar for volume adjustment, turn out to be more troublesome than conventional controls. Until you get accustomed to the system, expect to glance at the center stack frequently any time you make a minor adjustment to the fan or radio settings. In this class, we prefer the BMW iDrive, Mercedes COMAND and Audi MMI systems, all of which employ a multidirectional knob-based controller.

Many drivers will find it easy to get into a comfortable driving position, and our experience shows that the firm front seats provide ample support even on long drives. Curiously, the optional sport seats don't provide much more lateral support than the standard seats, even with the addition of power-adjustable bolsters.

The compact size of the ATS is a blessing and a curse, as its backseat is smaller than those of most other entry-level luxury sport sedans. These tighter backseat confines aren't necessarily a deal-breaker, but be aware that taller adults will find headroom, shoulder room and legroom in short supply. Likewise, the trunk of the ATS is similarly lacking in space. In spite of its wide opening, it offers just 10.4 cubic feet of capacity, and the base trim does not have folding rear seatbacks.

There is no “soft” suspension with the 2017 Cadillac ATS Sedan and Coupe, just varying degrees of firmness. The ATS corners and accelerates as well as any BMW, although the steering feel isn’t as precise. For 2017 the ATS’s CUE infotainment system gets a much-needed upgrade designed to be more user- and app-friendly. At the extreme end of the ATS spectrum is the almighty V. With 464 horsepower on tap and a 3.8-second 0-60-mph time, the ATS-V slips past the BMW M3 by a hair. The Caddy’s blistering 189-mph top speed, however, leaves the 156-mph BMW in its rearview mirror. A favorite at the famed Nurburgring, the ATS-V proves itself with a fine balance among chassis, engine and adjustable magnetic suspension to make even the novice driver look like a pro. We also preferred both the ATS’s 8-speed automatic and around-town driving characteristics to those of the BMW.

FIRST-CLASS HANDLING DYNAMICSDesigned to be a sports car from the ground up, Cadillac’s ATS for 2017 easily matches the best from Europe, and betters most from Japan. In the case of the ATS-V, the V truly is for “Vendetta,” obliterating similar-class cars from the BMW M3 to the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG.MANUAL TRANSMISSIONDespite recent advancement in manually shifting automatics, purists will say the measure of great drivers is their ability to flog a manual transmission. Not only is the 2017 Cadillac ATS’s manual a joy, the V version features no-lift shifting, allowing the accelerator to remain planted when the clutch is depressed.

Whether in sedan or coupe form, the 2017 Cadillac ATS has a sophisticated, well-appointed interior. Leather seating is standard in most models, while base trims use Leatherette. Available wood or carbon-fiber trim also makes the ATS look and feel the part of a luxury car. Front-seat legroom is adult-sized, but headroom can get cramped with the sunroof. Rear-seat legroom is tight in the 5-passenger sedan, and even more so in the 4-passenger coupe. The available CUE touch-screen infotainment center isn't perfect, but it's better than some systems out there. Rear visibility, especially in the coupe, is compromised from the ATS-V's sloping roof.

Angular bodywork set off with Cadillac's signature LED-infused vertical lighting elements gives the ATS an edge. The 2017 Cadillac ATS Coupe has the same 109.3-inch wheelbase as the sedan, but overall is slightly wider, lower and longer. The 2017 ATS-V is noticeably more muscular. An aerodynamic front splitter, side body panels and rear spoiler help keep the car planted at high velocities. Rounding out every ATS-V are quad tailpipes and 18-inch forged aluminum wheels wrapped in specialized Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires. To achieve a 50/50 weight balance, the ATS-V's hood is made from pricey but lightweight carbon fiber.

Standard equipment on the 2017 Cadillac ATS Sedan and Coupe expands as you move from the base models up through the Luxury, Premium Luxury and Premium Performance grades. Spend the least and you'll still get dual-zone climate control, keyless entry, Bluetooth wireless connectivity, and 7-speaker Bose premium audio with USB/SD/auxiliary ports. Base ATS Coupes include rearview camera, Brembo performance front brakes and 18-inch wheels. ATS-V models have magnetic ride-control suspension, Brembo brakes and a 5-mode traction-management system with launch control for the best possible off-the-line acceleration. All models include a trial of GM's OnStar communications system with emergency assistance.

The ATS Luxury trim brings leather interior, power front seats and rearview camera, while Premium Luxury trims come with the CUE infotainment system, 10-speaker Bose sound and Driver Awareness Package that includes lane-departure warning and forward-collision alert. Other options include blind-spot monitoring, automatic front and rear emergency braking, wireless phone-charging and magnetic ride suspension. The ATS-V can be had with an 8-speed automatic transmission with magnesium paddle shifters. A Performance Data Recorder similar to what's used on the latest Corvette records video, audio and driving data onto an SD card for later viewing on the CUE display screen or a computer.

The 2017 Cadillac ATS compact-performance sedan and coupe offer a choice of two engines, with the ATS Turbo Sedan and Coupe getting a 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder good for 272 horsepower. Premium Luxury and Performance models get a 333-horsepower V6. The ATS turbo is available with a 6-speed manual transmission; all other versions come with the 8-speed automatic. All-wheel drive (AWD) is optional on all models except the V series cars. The 2017 Cadillac ATS-V Sedan and Coupe use a twin-turbocharged 3.6-liter V6 that generates 464 horsepower. The ATS-V high-performance cars are rear-wheel drive (RWD) only and come with a 6-speed manual transmission or optional 8-speed automatic. Standard ATS models use regular unleaded gasoline; the ATS-V desires premium.2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4272 horsepower @ 5,500 rpm295 lb-ft of torque @ 3,000-4,600 rpmEPA city/highway fuel economy: 22/30 mpg (RWD, automatic), 20/28 mpg (AWD, automatic), 19/30 mpg (RWD, manual)3.6-liter V6333 horsepower @ 6,800 rpm285 lb-ft of torque @ 4,800 rpmEPA city/highway fuel economy: 20/30 mpg (RWD), 19/28 mpg (AWD)3.6-liter twin-turbocharged V6 (ATS-V)464 horsepower @ 5,850 rpm445 lb-ft of torque @ 3,500 rpmEPA city/highway fuel economy: 17/23 mpg (manual), 16/24 mpg (automatic)

With a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) just under $ 35,600, the 2017 ATS Sedan is the least expensive Cadillac. The ATS Coupe starts just under $ 38,600. Like its rivals, the ATS's price range is broad. Loaded versions can pass $ 50,000. The brawny Cadillac ATS-V is even higher, with an MSRP of around $ 61,760 for the sedan and just under $ 63,900 for the coupe. With options, the 2017 ATS-V can pass the mid-$ 70,000 mark. A base ATS Sedan is in line with the BMW 3 Series and Volvo S60, and higher than the Acura TLX. It is below most other rivals. The ATS-V sedan starts a few hundred shy of the BMW M3. Check the Fair Purchase Price to see what others in your area are paying. The ATS's resale value is expected to be in line with the 3 Series and A4 but trail that of the Lexus IS.

2017 Cadillac ATS Coupe V Exterior Colors

Black Raven
Bronze dune metallic
Crystal White Tricoat
Dark Adriatic Blue Metallic
Moonstone metallic
Phantom Grey Metallic
Radiant Silver Metallic
Red Obsession Tintcoat
Silver moonlight metallic
Stellar black metallic
Cocoa bronze metallic
Silver Coast Metallic
Radiant Silver Metallic
Vector blue metallic
Velocity red
Red Obsession

2017 Cadillac ATS Coupe V Interior Colors

Jet Black
Light platinum
Light neutral/Jet black
Kona Brown/Jet Black Accents
Morello red
Jet black/saffron
Light Platinum w/jet black accents
Jet black

2017 Cadillac ATS Engines

Engine Standard in Trim Power Torque Fuel Consumption - City Fuel Consumption - Highway 0-100 km/h Quarter Mile Half Mile
3.6L V6 DOHC 24-valve 3.6L Premium performance 335 hp @ 6800 rpm 492 N.m 11.6 L/100km 8.0 L/100km 5.3 s 13.3 s 22.1 s
3.6L V6 DOHC 24-valve AWD 3.6L Premium luxury 335 hp @ 6800 rpm 492 N.m 12.2 L/100km 8.6 L/100km 5.2 s 11.8 s 22.1 s
3.6L V6 twin turbo DOHC 24-valve V 464 hp @ 5850 rpm 492 N.m 13.9 L/100km 9.4 L/100km 4.2 s 11.9 s 19.8 s
3.6L V6 DOHC 24-valve 3.6L Premium performance 255 hp @ 6200 rpm 492 N.m 11.6 L/100km 8.0 L/100km 6.9 s 14.9 s 24.8 s
3.6L V6 DOHC 24-valve AWD 3.6L Premium luxury 255 hp @ 6200 rpm 492 N.m 12.2 L/100km 8.6 L/100km 6.9 s 13.5 s 25.1 s
3.6L V6 twin turbo DOHC 24-valve V 450 hp @ 5750 rpm 492 N.m 13.9 L/100km 9.4 L/100km 4.8 s 12.7 s 21.0 s
3.6L V6 DOHC 24-valve 3.6L Performance 335 hp @ 6800 rpm 492 N.m 11.6 L/100km 7.9 L/100km 5.3 s 13.3 s 22.1 s
3.6L V6 DOHC 24-valve 3.6L Premium 335 hp @ 6800 rpm 492 N.m 11.9 L/100km 7.9 L/100km 5.3 s 13.3 s 22.1 s
3.6L V6 DOHC 24-valve AWD 3.6L Premium 335 hp @ 6800 rpm 492 N.m 12.2 L/100km 8.5 L/100km 5.2 s 11.8 s 22.1 s
3.6L V6 twin turbo DOHC 24-valve V 450 hp @ 5750 rpm 492 N.m 14.7 L/100km 9.8 L/100km 4.3 s 12.1 s 20.0 s

2017 Cadillac ATS Trims

2017 Cadillac ATS Previous Generations

2017 Cadillac ATS Future Generations

Cadillac ATS Overview and History

Cadillac today introduced the 2013 ATS, an all-new compact luxury sports sedan intended to challenge the world’s best premium cars.
Cadillac's history can be traced back to the beginning of the 18th century. Although coaches, horse riding or walking were the favorite means of locomotion during those times and no cars had been yet made, it's important to trace the brand to its origins. The genesis of Cadillac as it is widely known today began in 1701, when a group of French explorers led by Le Sieur Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac traveled to the northern parts of the US and established Ville d'Etroit. The settling would ultimately come to be known as Detroit, a flourishing industrial city, teeming with car plants and foundries.

However, Sir Cadillac would not have any connection to the future of the Cadillac car workshops. Its actual beginnings can be traced to the mid 19th century, when a boy named Henry Martyn Leland was born. Leland grew up on a farm near Barton, Vermont, where he received a solid working-education that taught him the importance of doing a job properly, regardless of its importance.

The farm-training he received, combined with his penchant for improving working methods, led to his growth as an engineer. However, Cadillac would not yet emerge as an automobile brand. By 1890, Leland had founded his own company in partnership with Robert C. Faulconer and Norton, after having convinced the former of the city's need for machine shops. The company's area of expertise was gear grinding and the development of special tools.

Soon after the company received general credit for the quality of the products it marketed and Leland had asserted himself as a talented engineer, the shift from steam-powered vehicles to gasoline-powered ones was made. Following the work of the visionary Daimler and Benz in Europe, a man named Ransom Eli Olds from Michigan teamed up with a group of investors under a firm called Olds Gasoline Engine Works. Their main objective was to  build a gasoline-powered engine to be fitted on the chassis of a vehicle.

The project was a success but the resulting product was flawed: the gears in the transmission were too loud. Olds turned to Leland and Faulconer for help. The two entered a straight competition against the Dodge brothers who were also supplying engines for Olds. Although Leland's ultimately developed 10.25 Hp engine was better than that of Dodge, Olds turned it down due to the high car sales his company registered at the time. Basically, there was no need for a new engine.

Still, Leland's engine would soon come to use. Shortly after Olds' refusal of using the newly designed engine, Leland was looked up by two men concerning the liquidation of a company that had previously built cars. Its name was the Detroit Automobile Company and had been initially reorganized by Henry Ford, who left shortly after the company began crumbling again. Leland persuaded the investors to stay in business, convincing them of the utility and importance of the automobile industry in the near future.

With an engine already designed, Leland and Faulconer were brought in and the company adopted the name of Cadillac, that of the explorer that had founded the city over two centuries ago. The Cadillac coat of arms was adopted as the company's new logo and the baby-firm would still receive international recognition for its automobiles.

Leland's engines had already garnered appreciation and were some of the most accurately built units of the time. In fact, not only the engines were reliable and built with pinpoint precision, but they were also highly versatile, successfully catering for the need of interchangeability. This feature has earned Cadillac the Dewer Trophy, being the first time when such an award was handed to an American automobile manufacturer.

Later on, Cadillac would be part of a larger entity, the General Motors company, then run by William Crapo Durant - who paid $ 4.5M in cash for Leland's company to merge with GM. From that point on, several models would be developed and enter production by Leland's departure in 1917.

The Brougham, Fleetwood, Deville and the Eldorado are some of the most famous models build by the GM's prodigious branch. Its accomplishments vary from speed breaking records on American territory to engineering improvements that were a premiere for the automotive world. For example, Cadillac introduced the revolutionary electrical lighting and ignition Delco system as standard equipment on their cars, as well as boasting the world's first independent front suspension on its entire line of automobiles in 1934.

Closed cooling systems, electronic injection systems and catalytic converters are also among the long list of first-to-have-done things introduced by Cadillac in the US. Despite the low reception of the brand in Europe, Cadillac remains one of the great classics overseas, still boasting a privileged status among American car producers. After all, it's a brand deeply rooted in nobility grounds.

2017 Cadillac ATS Consumer Reviews

servicesdicing, 12/14/2017
4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A)
2017 Cadillac ATS
Bought a new Cadillac ATS 2 weeks ago and love every second of driving it. It is considerably different from its predecessors in that it is much smaller and feels more sporty, while still maintaining a high quality of comfort one expects from the Cadillac name.
silverbasil, 05/25/2018
Premium Luxury 4dr Sedan (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
Nice car back seat very small
Very nice car. Downsized from previous years. Back seat tough to get in and out of
eraseavoid, 08/04/2019
Premium Luxury 4dr SUV (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
Amazing changes
I bought this type model starting with the 2010 SRX. I don’t think I’ll ever drive another type. I thought that car was awesome; great ride, lots of features, and the sound system is sooo good I can rock out. So I then got a 2014 (I like to keep cars under warranty). But then when I got the 2017 ATS, expecting it to be the same I was surprised. The shift stick took some getting used to. The gas mileage went up almost 20% I guess because the car is lighter and it has the stop start feature. The AI features are complicated but once you get the hang of it it’s an assistant. The “stay in lane ” feature has been very helpful teaching teenagers to drive. Also the “you’re too close”. I’m Sure they have fancy names but you get the gist. I use the heated seat feature on days when my back aches and steering wheel warmer on days ,y hands hurt. (Not often but I big day at the gym can sometimes be too much) My particular Cadillac dealer (fields Cadillac in jacksonville and st Augustine Florida) is practically like family. They take care of everything and it’s worth the 35 mile drive plus they give me a loaner and will feed people breakfast and lunch should you have to wait. What’s not to like? I never even think about any other new cars and doubt I ever will.
prudishlydrizzly, 04/18/2018
4dr Sedan AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A)
Fun to drive but limited cargo and rear passenger
Check what is actually included and what has additional costs
endnotetokahee, 10/23/2019
"Not worth the name"
My ATS was purchased used with 50,000 miles. I drove it another 30,000. Right at 80,000 miles, things started to go terribly wrong. The airbag warning appeared every time I started the car. A few times I saw the "Steering lock" warning appear. The gas mileage is abysmal (but it's a cadillac soooooo). I had the AWD Luxury model. The car weighed about 2 million pounds but it was great on the snow and ice of Illinois. My complaint is reliability. It never broke down but having various warning lights pop up is disheartening. Only one negative to the design of the vehicle. Cadillac thought it would be cool to use digital up and down arrows for climate controls. They're terrible! Just stick with a knob that you can turn to your desired temperature.
shrinksurgeon, 09/25/2019
"My Favorite Cadillac ATS By Far"
The 2014 Cadillac ATS was by Far My Most Favorite Vehicle. Never Broke Down, Never Had Any Issues! I was complimented daily on this vehicle. My vehicle was Red, however I wish I had a Black ATS. If I could find another one with low mileage, I would consider buying it again for a second car!
rematchplug, 08/25/2019
"Quite a bit of car, for an "entry level" Cadillac"
This is my first Cadillac. I bought it primarily because it had a manual transmission option. The 275 horsepower four-cylinder engine is astounding. Very comfortable, very responsive, very nimble. Some of the electronic controls are confusing, took me a long time to learn them. The wireless charge compartment is to small for my Galaxy S-9. Sometimes I miss the Chrysler 300 SRT that I traded in, but it's great to have the only stick shift Cadillac anyone has ever seen.

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2017 Cadillac ATS Coupe V Specifications

V Comfort and Convenience

AM/FM stereo radioAM/FM stereo radio with RDS
Air ConditionningDual-zone automatic air conditioning
AntennaWindow grid antenna
Audio AmplifierAmplifier
Audio Audio StorageCadillac CUE external memory control
Audio Monitor2 1st row LCD monitors
Audio VolumeSpeed-sensitive volume control
Auxiliary input jackYes
Auxiliary input jack (Option)Yes
Bluetooth Wireless TechnologyYes
Cargo CoverCargo concealed storage
Cargo MatCargo floor trim - carpeted
Cargo Mat (Option)Premium all-weather cargo mat
Cargo Net (Option)Yes
Cargo OrganizerCargo concealed storage
Cargo Organizer (Option)Collapsible cargo area organizer
Communication SystemOnStar communication system with 12-month service
Communication System (Option)Radio: Cadillac CUE info/media control system with embedded navigation
Courtesy Dome LightCourtesy lights with fade-out
Cruise ControlYes
Driver Vanity MirrorIlluminated driver vanity mirror
Front WipersVariable intermittent windshield wipers
Garage Door OpenerHomelink garage door opener
Garage Door Opener (Option)Universal home remote
Graphic EqualizerAutomatic equalizer
Heated Steering WheelHeated steering wheel
Illuminated EntryYes
Interior Air FilterCabin air filter
InternetInternet acces
MP3 CapabilityYes
Navigation SystemYes
Number of Speakers7 Bose speakers
Passenger Vanity MirrorFront passenger-side illuminated vanity mirror
Power Door LocksYes
Power Outlet2 12-volt power outlets
Power Outlet (Option)110-volt power receptacle
Power WindowsPower windows with auto up/down feature
Premium Sound System (Option)Bose premium surround sound speakers
Reading LightFront and rear map lights
Rear HeatingRear-seat ventilation ducts
Rear View MirrorAuto dimming rear view mirror
Remote Audio ControlsSteering wheel-mounted audio controls
Remote Keyless EntryYes
Remote StarterYes
SD Memory CardSD card slot
Single CDCD player
Single CD (Option)Glove box mounted CD optical drive
Sirius XM satellite radioYes
Sirius XM satellite radio (Option)SiriusXM satellite radio and HD radio with 3 month no-charge susbscription
Steering Wheel AdjustmentManual tilt steering wheel adjust
Trunk LightCargo light
Trunk/Hatch OperationRemote trunk release
Trunk Cargo Cargo Area Tie Down HooksCargo area tie-down hooks
USB ConnectorYes
Voice Recognition SystemYes

V Dimensions

Cargo Capacity295 L
Curb Weight1725 kg
Front Headroom955 mm
Front Legroom1074 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity62 L
Height1384 mm
Length4692 mm
Maximum Cargo Capacity295 L
Rear Headroom892 mm
Rear Legroom851 mm
Wheelbase2776 mm
Width1842 mm

V Exterior Details

Automatic HeadlightsYes
Bumper ColourBody-color bumpers
Driving LightsDaytime running lights
ExhaustPolished exhaust chrome
Exterior Mirrors Auto DimmingAutodimming driver-side outside mirror
Exterior Mirrors MemoryOutside mirrors with memory
Front Air Deflector (Option)No splitter
GrilleChrome grille
Grille (Option)Black chrome grille
Headlight TypeHigh intensity headlights
Headlight Type (Option)High intensity discharge headlamps
Heated Exterior MirrorsYes
License Plateholder (Option)Front license plate mount AB/NL/NS/NT/PE/QC/SK/YT
Lower Side-Body Extension (Option)Composite non-carbon black rocker extensions
Power Exterior MirrorsPower-adjustable outside mirrors
Rear SpoilerYes
Rear Spoiler (Option)Body-color rear spoiler
Rear Window DefrosterYes
Sunroof (Option)Power sliding sunroof
Tinted GlassLight tinted glass
Vehicle Cover (Option)Vehicle cover with V-Series Cadillac logo

V Interior Details

Door TrimLeatherette door trim
Driver Info CenterDriver information center
Floor ConsoleFloor console with storage
Floor CoveringCarpet floor covering
Floor Covering (Option)Carpet front and rear floor mats delete
Floor MatsFront and rear carpeted floor mats
Floor Mats (Option)Premium all-weather floor mats
Folding Rear Seats (Option)Folding rear seat
Front Center ArmrestYes
Front Seats Driver HeadrestFront driver's head restraints- adjustable
Front Seats Driver LombarDriver's seat lumbar support
Front Seats Driver Power Seats12-way power driver's seat
Front Seats Driver Seat MemoryPosition memory feature for driver's seat
Front Seats Front Seat Back StorageFront seatback storage
Front Seats Front Seat TypeSport bucket front seats
Front Seats HeatedHeated front seats
Front Seats Passenger HeadrestFront passenger head restraints - ajustable
Front Seats Passenger LombarFront passenger's seat lumbar support
Front Seats Passenger Power Seats12-way power front passenger seat
Glove BoxLocking glovebox
Head-Up DisplayYes
Head-Up Display (Option)Yes
HeadlinerSimulated suede headliner
Instrumentation TypeAnalog and digital instrumentation
Interior AccentsLeatherette door trim
Low Fuel WarningYes
Luxury Dashboard TrimCarbon-fiber trim
Luxury Dashboard Trim (Option)Leather with sueded microfibre inserts and seatbacks
Maintenance Interval ReminderMaintenance reminder system
Number of Cup Holders4 cup holders
Oil Pressure GaugeYes
Outside Temperature GaugeOutside temperature display
Overhead ConsoleMini overhead console
Pedal Trim (Option)Sport alloy pedals
Rear Seat TypeRear bench seat
Seat TrimSimulated suede/leather seat trim
Seat Trim (Option)Recaro performance seats
Shifter Knob TrimLeather-wrapped shift knob
Steering Wheel TrimLeather-wrapped steering wheel
Steering Wheel Trim (Option)Sueded microfibre steering wheel
Trip ComputerYes
Water Temperature GaugeYes

V Mechanical

Drive TrainRear-wheel drive
Engine Name3.6L V6 twin turbo DOHC 24-valve
Stability ControlYes
Traction ControlYes
Transmission6-speed manual transmission
Transmission (Option)8-speed automatic transmission with manual mode
Transmission Paddle ShiftYes

V Overview

Engine3.6L V6 twin turbo DOHC 24-valve
Fuel Consumption13.9 (Automatic City)9.4 (Automatic Highway)14.4 (Manual City)10.4 (Manual Highway)
Power450 hp @ 5750 rpm
Transmission6-speed manual transmission
WarrantiesBumper-to-Bumper80000/km, 48/Months Powertrain110000/km, 72/Months Roadside Assistance110000/km, 72/Months Rust-throughUnlimited/km, 72/Months

V Safety

Anti-Lock Brakes4-wheel ABS
Anti-Theft AlarmAdvanced security package
Brake AssistBrake assist
Brake Type4-wheel disc
Brakes Brake Caliper FinishPainted
CameraPerformance data and video recorder
Driver AirbagDriver side front airbag
Forward collision warningDriver awareness package
Front Seat Beltspre-tensioner
Ignition DisableIgnition disable- Pass Key III+
Panic AlarmPanic alarm
Parking Distance SensorUltrasonic rear park assist
Passenger AirbagPassenger side front airbag
Rear View CameraRear view camera
Roof Side CurtainFront and rear side head curtain airbags
Side AirbagFront side airbags
Stolen Vehicle RecoveryStolen vehicle recovery assistance
Tire Inflator KitTire inflator kit delete
Tool KitTire mobility kit

V Suspension and Steering

Active SuspensionAdaptive suspension
Front Anti-Roll BarYes
Front SuspensionIndependent front suspension
Front TiresP255/35ZR18 tires
Power SteeringSpeed-sensitive power rack-and-pinion steering
Rear Anti-Roll BarYes
Rear SuspensionIndependent rear suspension
Rear TiresP275/35ZR18 tires
SuspensionMagnetic ride control
Suspension CategorySport suspension
Suspension Self-LevellingAutomatic rear suspension levelling
Tire Pressure Monitoring SystemTire low-pressure warning system
Turning Circle10.9-meter turning circle diameter
Wheel Locks (Option)Yes
Wheel Type18 inches painted aluminium wheels
Wheel Type (Option)18-inch x 9-inch front and 18-inch x 9.5-inch rear forged alloy wheels

Critics Reviews

Motor Trend reviews the 2016 Cadillac ATS where consumers can find detailed information on specs, fuel economy, transmission and safety. Find local 2016 Cadillac ATS prices online.
2016 Cadillac ATS Review by Blair Travers | March 11, 2019 The 2016 Cadillac ATS sits in the middle of the luxury small car class. Its top-flight engines and perfect safety score are offset by a low reliability rating and an interior that – while good – is bested by rivals.
Instrumented test of the Cadillac ATS sedan with its updated 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder, eight-speed automatic, and all-wheel drive. Read more about Cadillac's sports sedan and see pictures at ...

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