The CTS sedan will get better gas mileage this year, thanks to a newly adopted eight-speed automatic and thanks to a new turbo-4.
That base 4-cylinder also appears in the ATS. In the CTS with rear-wheel drive, it's rated by the EPA at 20/30 mpg or 23 combined. With all-wheel drive, the figures fall to 19/28 mpg, or 22 combined.
The mid-range V-6 gets the EPA nod at 19/28 mpg in rear-drive form with an 8-speed automatic. With the 6-speed and all-wheel drive, it's pegged at 18/26 mpg, or 21 combined.
VSport sedans are rated at 17/25 mpg.
Cadillac isn't planning any hybrid CTS, but it does fit the car with active grille shutters to smooth the air that rushes over the front end.
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