Holden should definitely be considering Cadillac ATS as its primary contender to take it up to the Germans should the idea of importing premium GM brand to Australia be again reignited. We are talking about recently unveiled 2013 Cadillac ATS that Holden would have no trouble slotting just below its Calais VE V as Holden’s alternative to BMW 3, Audi A4 or Mercedes-Benz C-Class under midsize premium category. But enough of wishful thinking and back to reality that from mid 2012 will see this soon to be debuted Cadillac ATS introduced to US showrooms. 2013 Cadillac ATS will be offered with three different engines starting with entry model 140kW 2.5L four-cylinder unit closely followed by mid-spec 205kW 2.0L four-cylinder Turbo and finished of with top of the line 235kW 3.6L V6. All three variants will be available with six-speed automatic transmission with 2.0L Turbo being the only exception to also offer six-speed manual alternative. 2013 Cadillac ATS pricing is expected to be released during its official Detroit Motor Show debut.
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