Shopping for a new Cadillac DTS?
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long list of electronic goodies
Kelley Blue Book
loads of features and pricey options
Car and Driver
For 2010, the DTS carries over largely unchanged except for two new colors, new heated mirrors, and an optional rear-seat DVD entertainment system. It's fitted with many standard features, as well as a long list of options.
Remote Start is standard on the 2010 DTS, as are an AM/FM/CD/XM audio, dual-zone automatic climate control, OnStar, and five-passenger seating with a floor-mounted shifter. "Leather seating," "bi-xenon headlamps," and "power front bucket seats," are also standard, Edmunds reports. The Performance edition picks up 18-inch wheels, Magnetic Ride Control, and the blind-spot alert system.
Car and Driver reports that the DTS has "loads of features," but some are "pricey options." The DTS can be fitted with heated and cooled front seats; XM NavTraffic; a Bose Centerpoint sound system; a sunroof; and rear sunshades. A heated steering wheel; three-zone climate control; a six-CD changer; a power tilt/telescoping steering wheel; and a memory driver seat are also offered, Edmunds adds. Cars.com explains the DTS' optional navigation system screen also functions as an MP3 player controller.
The 2010 Cadillac DTS antes up with available real-time traffic, navigation, and Bose sound-but it's missing the Bluetooth connectivity, HD Radio, and GPS voice controls found on other luxury sedans.