Two-way steering wheel adjustment and electric seats make it easy to get comfortable. However, the centre console is plastered with buttons, so it can be difficult to find the one you want at a glance. At least the standard satellite-navigation has a touch-screen set-up to stop the problem getting any worse.
Cadillac CTS Saloon space & practicality
There's good space up front but, given that the CTS is longer than a BMW 5 Series, rear space is disappointing. There's reasonable legroom, but headroom is tight, a bulky transmission tunnel makes life uncomfortable for a central passenger, and the door aperture is an awkward shape. The boot is small by the standards of the class, too.
Cadillac CTS Saloon equipment
There's just one trim, but the good news is that it comes stacked with luxury toys. Electric leather seats, climate and cruise controls, parking sensors, automatic wipers and a powerful surround-sound stereo (with 40gb hard drive, MP3 input and sat-nav) all come as standard.