2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe Values
Select a 2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe trim level
2015 model year changes
For 2015, a new coupe model joins the sedan in the Cadillac ATS lineup. Elsewhere, the sedan gets fresh front end styling. The 2.0L turbocharged engine gets a 14% bump in torque -- from 260 foot-pounds to 295 -- and several tech features join the mix.
Excellent handling; rear-wheel drive; a variety of fuel efficient engines; Cadillac style and luxury
Special features for 2015
The Cadillac ATS competes with other compact luxury cars from BMW, Audi, Mercedes and Lexus. While previous efforts had focused on comfort over performance, the ATS represents a firm departure, with Cadillac opting to compete with BMW on performance, emphasizing rear-wheel-drive handling and a lightweight body structure. Improved torque from the turbocharged engine and a sporty new coupe only add to the Cadillac's appeal. The ATS starts at about $34,000, undercutting the price of a 3-series BMW.
Six years ago, when the ATS Coupe was first introduced by Cadillac, many gawked at the notion, thinking that you couldn’t squish the ATS into a coupe. Boy oh’ boy were they mistaken. With a 3.6-liter V6 that makes a whopping 321 horses at 295 pound-feet of torque, Cadillac set out to prove to the world that they could make sexy and comfortable also fast, sleek and audacious. Sorry, but if you want all-wheel drive, you won’t get it in the V6, only in the V4 and at the cost of precious horsepower. An 8” tap or swipe high-resolution touchscreen acts as your center command control console inside, with access to your CUE infotainment system and 4G LTE rolling Wi-Fi with an actual app marketplace for car-based apps (they actually went there). An automatic braking system will help you stay safe during less than permissible conditions, with auto-braking that helps prevent crashes and even offers warnings and auto-correct for when straddling lanes. A beautiful leather interior (standard to Cadillac) bodes the signature crown nameplate, and is adorned with the buttons, bells and whistles you’d expect.