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9.0
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On Features
BASE INVOICE
$40,368
BASE MSRP
$43,175
On Features
The 2008 Cadillac DTS antes up with plenty of luxury features.
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loads of features and pricey options
Car and Driver

We'd also like to see greater attention to detail
MyRide.com

long list of electronic goodies
Kelley Blue Book

As is expected from Cadillac, 2008 DTS sedans come with a long list of standard features and an even longer list of electronic and trim options. Car and Driver reports that the DTS has “loads of features,” but some are “pricey options.”

All 2008 Cadillac DTS sedans are equipped with “dual-zone automatic climate control, leather seating, OnStar, bi-xenon headlamps, power front bucket seats, remote vehicle start, a CD/MP3 player and satellite radio,” Edmunds reports.

Options include a split heated and cooled front seat; a heated steering wheel; bucket seats; three-zone climate control; a six-CD changer; a power tilt/telescoping steering wheel; and memory driver seat, Edmunds adds. The Performance edition picks up 18-inch wheels, Magnetic Ride Control, and the blind-spot alert system.

A navigation system, remote start, and a sunroof are options, Cars.com reports, as is burl walnut trim. The 6.5-inch navigation screen may also function as an MP3 control or with expanded OnStar package options.

Conclusion

The 2008 Cadillac DTS antes up with plenty of luxury features.

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