One of the major attributes looked at while creating the Cadillac XTS was to offer the sedan in livery form. Cadillac today announced that it will be offering the XTS as a livery sedan, limousine, and in hearse form.
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“Cadillac Professional Vehicles are specially engineered, designed and built to withstand the rigors of commercial use and are backed by the comprehensive Professional Vehicle Protection Plan and GM Limited Warranty and Premium Care Maintenance Plan,” GM said in a statement.
Refresher: Power for the 2013 Cadillac XTS comes from a 3.6 liter V6 (LFX) engine making an estimated 300-hp. The engine is mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission and a front or all-wheel-drive layout. The Haldex all-wheel-drive system has an electronic limited-slip differential that splits torque between the rear wheels. Along with Magnetic Ride Control, the 2013 XTS borrows the Brembo braking from Caddy’s V-Series high performance models. Prices start at $44,995.
Cadillac XTS Livery Sedan:
300 hp, 17 mpg/city, 28 mpg/hwy1
Cadillac User Experience (CUE) infotainment and entertainment system
Magnetic Ride Control suspension
Air-leveling rear suspension
Improved turning circle over former Cadillac livery sedan
19-in. polished alloy wheels
Transmission oil cooler
Illuminated door handles
Premium microfiber suede headliner
Three-passenger rear seating (56.3-in. shoulder room, 54.3-in. hip room, 40-in. legroom)
Rear center console
Capless fuel tank filler
Rear vision camera and obstacle detection
18 cubic feet of trunk space
3-year/150,000-mile Professional Vehicle Protection Plan extended warranty2
4-year/50,000-mile Premium Care Maintenance Plan2
One year OnStar® service3
Luxury Level I Package
Memory driver’s seat
Heated/cooled front seats
Front seats with thigh adjusters
Ambient lighting package
Uplevel wood trim
Premium audio system with surround sound
Rear Seat Comfort Package
Side window and backlight sun shades
Tri-zone HVAC controls
– By: Omar Rana