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View Poll Results: Is the Cadillac ATS-V your first Cadillac?

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    Is the Cadillac ATS-V your first Cadillac?

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    I almost bought a CTS about 2 or three years ago, but money was an issue. Now, I am ready to buy a new car and I have my sights set on an ATS-V coupe

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    This will also be my first, never thought I would ever own one and sure glad Cadillac is aiming for new demographics with the ATS.

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    I had a 2014 Corvette 3LT. It was hardly getting used because if one of the kids wanted to come along I couldn't use the Corvette. The Cadillac ATS-V fit the solution. It had looks, power and the back seat. I don't regret it. So far I'm enjoying the Cadillac brand. I like the luxury to it but yet it's very sporty.

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    Our 2016 ATS-V is our first Cadillac, and likely our last. 2 months old, a few problems and dealers cannot get parts to fix it. Speaking to Cadillac about it and they offered a nice apology and told me there is nothing they can do until parts become available from their supplier. So were stuck with a $70k car with no working Cue system.

    Oh, they offered to authorize the dealer to provide a loaner, an ATS 2.0 base loaner. Ok for a few days but were talking a month so far and still waiting.

    Horrible customer service and support

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    Our 2016 ATS-V is our first Cadillac, and likely our last. 2 months old, a few problems and dealers cannot get parts to fix it. Speaking to Cadillac about it and they offered a nice apology and told me there is nothing they can do until parts become available from their supplier. So were stuck with a $70k car with no working Cue system.

    Oh, they offered to authorize the dealer to provide a loaner, an ATS 2.0 base loaner. Ok for a few days but were talking a month so far and still waiting.

    Horrible customer service and support

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    Jesus I have had 4 caddys however hearing these stories in the above threads I'm beginning to doubt Cadillacs quality. ????*??

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    The ATS is our first, I've always owned Japanese and German cars before.

 

 

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