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    Cadillac ATS strikes a cord

    The compact ATS is GM’s first serious attempt to undo BMW’s longstanding dominance of the sport sedan category

    Don Adair
    The Spokesman-Review




    I felt a familiar twinge of loss the day I gave up my Cadillac ATS tester.

    It happens now and again; a car strikes a cord and I don’t want to let go. For me, it’s all about the way the car feels around me, how it responds to what I ask of it, how it reacts to the road surface, what it tells me about what’s going on down there.

    The compact ATS is GM’s first serious attempt to undo BMW’s longstanding dominance of the sport sedan category, and it makes a strong case for itself. On the street or on the track, it’s the best sport sedan yet from an American builder.

    Better even than its excellent midsize sibling, the CTS.

    Full Story: Cadillac ATS strikes a cord - Spokesman.com - Dec. 22, 2012
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