2008 Cadillac STS Review
Fresh touches for one of Cadillac’s lame ducks
Cadillac STS – 2008 Review: Many Americans are likely familiar with the lame duck political concept. In short, after the elections pass, outgoing officials are essentially seat warmers for their successors. The same concept applies to the Cadillac STS, which along with the DTS, will fade to black sooner than later as a single replacement fills the collective void. That model should feature the quality and attention to detail found in redesigned cars like the 2008 Cadillac CTS. Until then, buyers get the less impressive STS, which despite a flashy new face and more robust V-6, fails to measure up to its as-tested $56,000 price.
By: Thom Blackett
Photo credit: Oliver Bentley