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The Best SUVs to Buy in 2016

The Best SUVs to Buy in 2016

Looking for the best SUV to buy in 2016? It's shaping up to be a good year for families seeking a fresh take on a familiar formula: how to get the entire brood from point A to point B in comfort and with a dash of style while also hauling all of life's essentials and accessories. A host of new SUVs are hitting the streets in 2016, ranging from entry-level people movers to full-on luxury cruisers, and we've picked five that represent the best of what's fresh for the coming year.

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Cadillac’s 2017 XT5 is a mini-Escalade (and that’s no bad thing)

Cadillac’s 2017 XT5 is a mini-Escalade (and that’s no bad thing)

Cadillac let things slide on the crossover front, and so it's pulling out all the stops with the 2017 XT5. Making its North American debut at the LA Auto Show this week, the XT5 - or "Crossover Touring 5" as Caddy claims the name is short for - will be the first of several XT-branded crossovers for the coming years, and will hit forecourts shortly after the flagship CT6 sedan does in 2016.

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2017 Cadillac XT5 luxury crossover is the first of a new series

2017 Cadillac XT5 luxury crossover is the first of a new series

Cadillac has several SUVs to its name with the big Escalade among them. The company has announced that it is heading into the luxury crossover market with the first luxury crossover called the XT5. All future crossovers from Cadillac will wear the same XT designation. The official premier for the XT5 will come this month in Dubai and at the LA Auto Show.

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Tony Soprano’s Escalade heads to auction

Tony Soprano’s Escalade heads to auction

Fans of the ended HBO series The Sopranos who happen to be in the market for a big SUV will want to check this out. The Cadillac Escalade that Tony drove in the series is going up for auction at RR Auction in Boston. The SUV is expected to bring between $30,000 and $50,000 when the gavel falls.

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2016 Cadillac Escalade Platinum Review

2016 Cadillac Escalade Platinum Review

I am not a rapper. I'm not even - to my parents constant disappointment - a superstar DJ. Instead I'm a 5'8 British man, and I really shouldn't like the 2016 Cadillac Escalade. In fact, as someone who believes in climate change and gets vaguely embarrassed by expressions of outlandish and obvious excess, I should probably hate it.

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Cadillac CTS-V and ATS-V Crystal White Frost Edition Limited to 99 units

Cadillac CTS-V and ATS-V Crystal White Frost Edition Limited to 99 units

Cadillac has rolled out special edition CTS-V and ATS-V sports cars and they will be offered in extremely limited editions. Between the ATS-V coupe and Sedan and the CTS-V only 99 units will be made in the new Crystal White Frost Editions. The special edition cars get more than just the matte white paint on the outside.

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Cadillac adds new fuel efficiency boosting tech for 2016 models

Cadillac adds new fuel efficiency boosting tech for 2016 models

Cadillac has announced that it is integrating new technologies into some of its 2016 year model cars and SUVs in an effort to boost fuel efficiency. Among the new technologies that Cadillac is adding to some of its models are Active Fuel management, automatic Start/Stop, and more widespread use of its new 8-speed transmission.

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Cadillac XT5 Crossover to debut in November Dubai Auto Show

Cadillac XT5 Crossover to debut in November Dubai Auto Show

Cadillac's SRX Crossover is finally getting a successor. Now half a decade old, the luxury crossover SUV has been hailed by some to be the marques best selling car, outperforming its sedans. As such, a lot is hinging on the XT5, which even Cadillac poises as the first of a new generation of crossovers. Now partially unveiled and teased, the XT5 is scheduled to publicly debut at the Dubai Auto Show in November, and it will be doing so with a little fashionista flair courtesy of Public School.

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Cadillac’s 2016 CTS-V ushers in revamped CUE

Cadillac’s 2016 CTS-V ushers in revamped CUE

Your first (and second, and probably third) impression after driving the 2016 Cadillac CTS-V is likely to be "wow, that's fast," but the 640HP car showcases another type of speed. Caddy's oft-maligned CUE infotainment has also been supercharged, with the new 8-inch touchscreen system addressing complaints around speed as well as paving the way for platforms like CarPlay and Android Auto. Question is, has Cadillac done enough?

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Super-Sedan Showdown: Cadillac CTS-V, M5, Tesla, or something else? [Poll]

Super-Sedan Showdown: Cadillac CTS-V, M5, Tesla, or something else? [Poll]

The 2016 Cadillac CTS-V has landed with a 200 mph splash among today's super-sedans. As decisions go, it would be a nice problem to have: which of the current breed of high-performance four-doors would be sitting in your garage, were you to have a roughly $100k budget and a taste for motoring? Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz deliver the obvious options, into which the newest V Series car wades, but the Caddy isn't the only wildcard. Head on past the jump to place your vote!

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2016 Cadillac CTS-V First Drive – 640 all-American horses

2016 Cadillac CTS-V First Drive – 640 all-American horses

There's a moment, just after you start up the 2016 Cadillac CTS-V, when the seat belt gently contracts around you, almost like the 640 horsepower super-sedan is giving you a hug. It's a reassuring gesture, though a little at odds with the near-simultaneous gurgle from the engine as the exhaust valves flutter. "Sure, I'm 16.5 feet long, weigh more than four thousand pounds, and will catapult to sixty miles per hour in 3.7 seconds and then run all the way to 200 mph," the Caddy is saying, "but I don't want to kill you in the process."

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Cadillac integrates CarPlay and Android Auto into 2016 models

Cadillac integrates CarPlay and Android Auto into 2016 models

Not long after Chevrolet said it was adding support for Apple's CarPlay and Android Auto to 14 new models, GM's luxury brand, Cadillac, has announced the same, bringing the two infotainment systems to their 2016 model year lineup. This will include support for both systems' phone connectivity, such as hands-free calling and texting. Cadillac says this is part of an overall effort to enhance and streamline CUE, or Cadillac’s user experience.

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