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Actually How Many People Lease Their Cars?

We always hear the idea of leasing cars, or maybe you are already leasing a car at this moment. There are also debates whether leasing or purchasing saves you more money. There is no absolute answer for this question because the final cost depends heavily on your income/expense/tax situations, therefore it is case by case.

In US, since you do not own the title of the leased car (the leasing company that owns the tile), this is classified as an operating lease...

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Latest News: Cadillac ATS-V Coupe

We got latest information of the upcoming Cadillac ATS-V Coupe.

It will be equipped a 3.6L twin-turbo V6 engine, similar to the one that can be found in the CTS VSport. On ATS-V Coupe, this engine will be tuned to output 450hp and 406 lb-ft of torque.

Below is image of the ATS coupe. The difference between the ATS-V and normal ATS coupe will be the quad-exhaust under the rear bumper, and more aggressive look in the front and side profile.


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Cadillac Long Wheelbase ATS-L Spyshot and More Details

If you have already known the fact that in the Chinese market, BMW has something like 320Li, Audi has A4L, Mercedes-Benz has C260L, Infiniti has Q70L, Volvo has the S60L, you won’t be surprised that Cadillac is making the ATS-L.

Back in Nov. 1st of 2012, GM Shanghai announced the plan to upgrade its Shanghai Pudong Jin Qiao factory and preparing it for manufacturing the LWB ATS. The upgrade costs GM a total of RMB 1,637,000,000, and the project was completed in December 2013.

Unlike the LWB version of its competitors, the ATS-L has a different front exterior style, which will be similar to the 2015 ATS Coupe with the new Cadillac logo (circumspective readers may have alre...

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$100 coming: test drive a Cadillac and get $100 – an experience

Apr.1, 2014 update: Cadillac has extended the deadline for this promotion, now it ends on 04/30/2014. This is not an April fool’s joke.

Apr.18, 2014 update: Today I received the email notice from Cadillac telling me the $100 gift card is coming.

Cadillac_Test_Drive editor attended the Cadillac $100 test drive event last week, and here is a brief process description.


1. Go to Cadillac’s website, click at the “Take A Test Drive” button;

2. In the “request a test drive” page, fill in all necessary information (I did try multiple times, select different dealership and different car models combinations), then click the “Send Request” button;


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