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Cadillac and Lexus luxury sedans offer variety

The Cadillac CT6 full-size luxury sedan has sportier, more agile handling than its competitors. COURTESY PHOTO  The Cadillac CT6 full-size luxury sedan has sportier, more agile handling than its competitors. COURTESY PHOTO  For generations of Americans, their parents and grandparents bought Cadillacs that were built for cushy comfort, with softly-tuned suspensions that approximated the ride quality and handling agility of a water bed and seats that felt like living room couches.
You can still get that old-school Cadillac experience with the brand's XTS sedan and Escalade SUV models, but those who haven't been carefully watching General Motors' luxury brand will likely be astonished by the brilliantly executed sports sedans dominating the rest of the lineup: the ATS, the CTS, and Cadillac's current flagship sedan, the CT6.
The CT6 – which comes priced starting at $55,090 and can run beyond $90,000 – has a spacious interior, rides smoothly and quietly, and despite its' full-sized footprint delivers the sprightly handling of a vehicle a size smaller – a level of handling once the exclusive provenance of European luxury brands.

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Reviews of the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime and Cadillac XT5 crossover

Toyota Prius Prime impresses for plug-in value 

2017 Toyota Prius PrimeThe 2017 Toyota Prius Prime plug-in hybrid has revised styling compared to the regular Prius. COURTESY PHOTO  If you're buying a Toyota Prius, it's clear that you like getting good gas mileage. Even a basic Prius, using its clever gas-electric hybrid technology, sips fuel at 52 miles per gallon in mixed driving.

But if you can get even better mileage for even less money, it's hard to say no. And that's the draw of the latest Prius model, the plug-in 2017 Prius Prime. Whereas a normal Prius recharges its small electric battery on the go, the Prime gives you an estimated 22 miles of all-electric driving if you charge it up at a power outlet before setting out.

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