The ATS sits in a wide-open price range, making it a feasible car to compare with other entry-level luxury sedans. The standard two-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine can be upgraded to a more powerful V6 that makes 321 horsepower with 274 pound-feet of torque (recommended). The curvy body style features the accents and styling that you know and love about Cadillac, married to 17” alloy wheels, auto-headlights and the delectable-looking active aero grille. The standard interior trim (upgradable to several other, costlier packages) comes with leatherette premium vinyl upholstery, a premium seven-speaker Bose surround sound stereo system, USB interface with Bluetooth, power driver’s seat and the optional CUE infotainment system, which features an 8” display. There’s no question that this car has striking features. However, for the price, it’s advised that you be selective and compare it to other cars in its class. The limited 4-year/50,000 mile warranty is OK. Included 24-month maintenance plan will save you money during the initial period of ownership. The ATS is an all-around sexy, fast and economical, luxury sports-themed sedan.