News The Cadillac ATS Retires from the Canadian Market

18:21  17 may  2018
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The Cadillac ATS is a compact luxury sedan built to take on anything from around the world. It is equipped with a 272hp 2.0L turbo 4-cylinder or optional

The 2018 Cadillac ATS Coupe strikes a perfect balance of power, control and precision. One of the most powerful 4-cylinder turbocharged engines in its class meets refined handling innovations to deliver thrills around every turn.

Last week, news started circulating about the demise of the ATS sedan, but GM Canada has just confirmed that the ATS coupe will be axed as well.

In order to get its assembly plants ready for a new generation of Cadillac sedans, the compact ATS won’t be back for 2019. At least in Canada, as the coupe will remain on sale in the United States for the 2019 model year.

The brand will rely on a lineup of three sedans, and the biggest one will remain the Cadillac CT6 that was introduced in 2016. Two new models will be launched in the coming months or in the next year, which will likely be called CT4 and CT6. They will also replace the CTS and the XTS, which could disappear after the 2019 model year.

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Smaller and less expensive than Cadillac 's CTS, the ATS aims right at the heart of German-engineered titans like the Audi A4 and BMW 3 Series that dominate this market of sport sedans. Historically, Cadillac has never really offered a true compact sport sedan (the old Cimarron is best forgotten).

Find out everything about the Cadillac ATS Sedan, the premium sport sedan by Cadillac . **Images shown include product details referring to the US or Canadian configuration and differ from the European Please note that not all trims, colors or options might be available in your market .

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Since it hit the Canadian market in 2012 as a 2013 model, the Cadillac ATS has been by far the brand’s best-selling car.

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