It took courage to abandon the 57-year-old DeVille nameplate, but that’s exactly what Cadillac did last year while overhauling its biggest and most conservative sedan for 21st Century duty. The DTS designation used to indicate the DeVille Touring Sedan, a sporty version of the old model. DTS now stands for the whole revised and revamped model line. It’s fitting, given today’s DTS is sportier than yesterday’s DeVille. The DTS takes turns with poise and dignity, making it an enjoyable steed when the road goes curvy.
Sporting fresh body lines, a redesigned interior, upgraded running gear, and suspension refinements, the current version was launched as a 2006 model. For 2007, it’s offered as a single model, with a single interior, but with a number of packages and two levels of engine power for a wide range of personalization.
DTS with the Luxury I package adds StabilTrak; Brake Assist; memory for seats and outside mirrors; ultrasonic parking assist; heated outboard seats front and rear; seat cooling for driver and front-seat passenger; heated leather-wrapped steering wheel; heated windshield washer fluid; heated outside mirrors with integrated turn signal indicators; and a universal home remote.
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