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2015 Cadillac ATS Overview

TrueDelta Reviews the Gas Mileage of the 2015 Cadillac ATS

2015 Cadillac ATS Gas Mileage: Neutral
2016 In one area the ATS-V is far superior to the second-generation CTS-V, and probably the new one as well: fuel economy. The V wagon guzzled fuel more voraciously than anything else I've tested. More often than not the trip computer average was in the single digits. In my suburban driving, the ATS-V's average sometimes broke into the 20s, but was usually around 18. Not good for the average car, but more than acceptable for one with 464 horsepower. In EPA testing, the ATS-V managed 17 mpg city, 23 mpg highway with a manual transmission and 16/24 with an automatic. The BMW M3 did slightly better: 17/26 with a manual and 17/24 with an automatic. The automatic-only C63 S and RC F are in the same ballpark, with 18/25 and 16/25, respectively. When you consider that the Mercedes is also the most powerful car, its scores are the most impressive. Oddly, the ATS 2.0T, with barely half as much engine, is less competitive in this area. Its EPA ratings--20/29 with a manual, 22/31 with an automatic--are well short of those for the BMW 328i (22/34, 23/35) and Mercedes-Benz C300 (N/A, 25/34). full 2016 Cadillac ATS review
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