No foolin', Cadillac wants to be at the top of your luxury-car shopping list. Aimed squarely at the BMW 3-Series, the ATS will be offered with a choice of 3 powertrains including a 270 hp 2.0L 4-pot and a top-of-the-line 318 hp 3.6L V6.
Cadillac has done its homework as it has taken the car to the famed Nurburgring for testing and to prove how capable it really is. It borrows from the CTS style-wise but remains distinctive enough to stand on its own 4 wheels and tires. The cabin looks comfortable and well appointed. Features will be plentiful when it arrives in the summer.
The Nissan LEAF is the most popular electric car on the market right now. Some will argue that this type of vehicle is not suited for our rough Canadian winters, especially with a standard range of 160 kilometres that melts like snow under the sun during the cold season. Let's be real: If you travel 20,000 kilometres annually, your daily average is less than 60 kilometres.