|MPG||City 18 / Hwy 23|
|Engine||V6 Cylinder Engine|
|Drive Train||Drivetrain, rear-wheel drive|
Cadillac stepped into rear-wheel-drive territory with its STS sedan, which replaced the front-wheel-drive Seville for 2005. Built on a Sigma-based architecture, like the company's smaller CTS sedan and SRX sport utility vehicle, the STS was Cadillac's first rear-drive luxury performance sedan in a quarter of a century Technology, whether standard or optional, is a big part of the STS picture. A Performance Algorithm Liftfoot system controls transmission operation to enhance spirited driving Smart Remote Start operates from up to 200 feet away. IntelliBeam automatically selects either the high- or low-beam headlights in response to oncoming lights. Designed with a chiseled look, the four-door STS features what Cadillac says is a "faster profile" with "more rake" than the CTS. Cadillac styling touches include a wide airfoil grille with dual horizontal slats, a dihedral-shaped hood and vertically stacked twin-projector headlights. The sides of the STS are devoid of decoration. LED taillamps contain indirect optics to provide a more even lighting pattern.
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