2011 Cadillac DTS Values

As Cadillac's traditional full-size luxury sedan, the 2011 Cadillac DTS offers classic design queues, uncompromised luxury and confident performance. The DTS is available with a standard 275-hp Northstar V8 or a 292-hp High Performance V8 on Platinum trim levels, both are linked to smooth shifting 4-speed automatic transmissions powering front-wheel drive and help achieve up to 15/22 mpg city/hwy. 5-passengers are rewarded with 41.6-inches of rear leg room, genuine wood trim, a hand stitched leather interior, heated/cooled massaging seats, remote start and magnetic ride control. Other available features are upgraded audio, adaptive HID headlamps, intelligent cruise control, Alcantara headliner trim and a blind zone alert system. Competitors include Lincoln MKS and Chrysler 300.

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The Cadillac DTS has almost nothing new to add for 2011. Cotillion White is no longer available as an exterior paint.

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Plenty of passenger room; quiet ride; smooth, powerful acceleration

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With its excellent fit and finish and array of available configurations, the DTS still holds its own in the luxury sedan segment. The DTS is largest sedan in the Cadillac line-up. Known for a soft, pillowy ride and quiet interior, the DTS continues to appeal to fans of the classic big-car Cadillac experience.


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2011 Cadillac DTS FAQ

Where can I find the options for the 2011 Cadillac DTS Luxury?

I am afraid NADAguides has not had any options on this vehicle. NADAguides only attempts to track and value options that we believe add quantifiable value to a vehicle. There are hundreds of thousands of possible options in the used market for which we make no value distinction. That is not to say that because an option is not specifically mentioned by NADAguides it does not add value to a particular vehicle, it simply means that NADAguides makes no attempt to quantify its value.

 

Cadillac only offered a few options in 2011 on this DTS. A bench seat, wood trim, floor mats, and a few special paint colors, none of which we believe add quantifiable value to the vehicle. 

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