Cadillac's Old School DTS
The Good: Smooth ride, good acceleration, comfy interior, reasonably priced options
The Bad: Crude parking system, good deal of float in the suspension
The Bottom Line: Built for comfort, and that's just fine
Cadillac's best-selling model last year wasn't the zippy, entry-level CTS. Nor was it the unabashedly gaudy Escalade sport-utility vehicle. And it certainly wasn't the funky-fresh SRX crossover. No, Cadillac's best-seller was a model with all the sex-appeal of an orthopedic shoe—the Old School, full-sized DTS.
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