The 2019 Cadillac ATS sedan is the latest example of a premium brand to sell at below-market prices.
While the CTS is a mid-sized crossover, it is also an affordable alternative to a larger luxury model.
Cadillac is selling a $43,900 ATS at its lowest price, which is $1,000 below the Clevo Q50 , which is a luxury car.
In 2019, the Caddy will be offered at $36,900, or $3,000 less than its current model.
Cadillac will sell the 2019 ATS in four trim levels: standard, Premium, Limited and Sport.
Standard trim is a standard model that is priced $39,000, the highest trim available at the time of this review.
Premium and Limited models are available for $36-37,000 and $30-33,000 respectively, and Sport models are $31,000-33 the highest available model at the moment.
The 2019 A/T has a 0-60 mph time of 3.3 seconds, and a quarter mile of 11.7 seconds, according to Edmunds.
The ATS has a claimed top speed of 210 mph and a claimed 0-to-100 mph time in 4.7 minutes.
The 2019 Cadillac CTS-V has a base price of $40,200, or an additional $2,000 after incentives, but there are no options available.
Audi is offering the ATS-S in four trims: standard in Sport, Premium in Sport and Sport Plus in Premium.
The CTS S will be available in three trim levels.
Porsche has announced the A320e , the most expensive model on the market.
It will start at $42,800, and it is expected to sell for $49,000-$52,000.
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