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There are plenty of luxury features on the 2009 Cadillac DTS.
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long list of electronic goodies
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loads of features and pricey options
Car and Driver

Cadillac graced 2009 DTS sedans with a long list of standard features and an even longer list of electronic and trim options. All 2009 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. Car and Driver reports that the DTS has “loads of features,” but some are “pricey options.”

The Performance edition picks up 18-inch wheels, Magnetic Ride Control, and the blind-spot alert system. 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 6.5-inch navigation screen may also function as an MP3 control or with expanded OnStar package options. A navigation system, remote start, and a sunroof are options, Cars.com reports, as is burl walnut trim.

Conclusion

There are plenty of luxury features on the 2009 Cadillac DTS.

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