This might not be the Cadillac for rockers who load up their iPods with Led Zeppelin, but neither is the new DTS meant for the folks who spend Sunday evenings watching Lawrence Welk reruns.
Its restrained styling, front-drive platform and mild-mannered V8s suggest the DTS is the most traditional of today’s Cadillac, but it’s also full of modern technology and electronic goodies. Unlike many high-end luxury cars these days, there’s no need to study an encyclopedic owner’s manual to make the DTS do its job, which is to provide faultless motoring. This is a rational luxury car, aimed at buyers who place affordable and user-friendly alongside large and luxurious on their automotive wish lists.
DTS equipment lists begin with the Luxury I package, which includes six air bags, including an industry-first dual depth front passenger air bag, front bucket seats (with the standard five-passenger seating), eight-way power-adjustable front seats with lumbar support, three-zone automatic climate control, OnStar with one-year Directions & Connections Service, adaptive remote start, Magnasteer (a magnetic variable assist rack-and-pinion steering system), 17-inch wheels and tires, xenon HID headlamps, and laminated side glass. Audio is supplied by an in-dash CD changer and MP3-capable stereo. The windshield wiper fluid is heated.
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