Automobile Magazine has added the 2014 Cadillac CTS to its 2014 All-Stars list. Editors of the magazine used a combination of factors to determine this year’s list of 10 All-Stars, including results from their performance testing, feature evaluation and the vehicle’s overall value. All 2014 model year vehicles are considered for the award.
“During our All-Stars evaluation drives, the Cadillac CTS emerged as a clear favorite. Previous generations of the CTS had come close to equaling the performance, styling, and outright desirability of the most highly regarded foreign luxury sports sedans, but not quite,” said Automobile Editor-in-Chief Jean Jennings. “This all-new CTS, on the other hand, actually surpasses many of its competitors from Europe and Japan and, in so doing, is a testament to the complete transformation of Cadillac.”
A Cadillac model has been named as an Automobile Magazine All-Star a total of seven times. Previous models which appeared on the list include the 1993 Seville STS, the 1997 Catera, the 2004 CTS-V, the 2004 and 2005 SRX crossover and the 2011 CTS-V Sport Wagon.
Automobile took their 10 All -Stars, including the 2014 CTS, on a week-long road trip across eight different states. The article on that story can be read right here. Being named as an Automobile All-Star is another accolade for the CTS to add to its trophy case after it was previously named the Motor Trend Car of the Year, one of Car and Driver’s 10 Best and Road & Track’s 2013 Luxury Car.