Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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October 14, 2013

Comfy Cadillac XTS adds turbo power

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Instead of traditional gauges, the XTS has a big, high-resolution digital display that looks phenomenal. Not only does it have an animated, futuristic graphic design that will wow your passengers, but it's also easily customized via a switch on the steering wheel.

Want a bigger tachometer for spirited driving? How about putting navigation info on the left and your current fuel economy on the right? Every driver has different things they'd like to see, and the XTS makes it simple to customize the look and information of the gauges based on your own personal preferences.

To me, this is what a Cadillac should be. It's roomy, comfortable, quiet, packed with new technology and — with the addition of the Vsport model — generously powered under the hood.

Derek Price is an independent automotive columnist. Reach him at carcolumn@gmail.com.

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