Prices: The Cadillac ATS base MSRP is $32,000 and the BMW 3-Series base MSRP is $ 35,795.
As we Know that Cadillac is one of America’s most powerful luxury car manufacturers and BMW is one of Germany’s most excellent sports car makers. Cadillac has been producing more sport in its luxury sedans, and BMW has been introducing more luxury in its sports sedans. Both automakers without a doubt want to keep their core customers but expand their market share. So what the results are when the new Cadillac ATS meets BMW 3-Series? Actually, here I will show you both of them are excellent sport sedans.
Dimensions: With regards to the length, width and height, both sedans are within under an inch of the other. The largest difference between the two is in the wheelbase. The 3-Series has a wheelbase measuring 110.6 or 1.3-inches longer than the ATS. To maximize the interior space, the Cadillac is said to have some of the thinnest seats put in a GM car. The 3-Series has somewhat more rear seat room.
Brakes: The BMW 3-Series is designed with vented discs measuring 13.7 inches at the front and 13.2 inches at the rear. The car’s stopping distance from 60-0 mph is in 109 feet. The Cadillac ATS is designed with vented discs measuring 12.4 inches at the front and the rear. The car’s stopping distance from 60-0 mph is in 109 feet. Curb weight: The 3-Seeries weights 3,450 lbs. And the Cadillac ATS weighs 3,399 lbs.
Design: The desig and style of each vehicle is evolutionary instead of revolutionary. Both cars have foreseen and traditional brand cues. The Cadillac has a lower drag coefficient than the BMW. The ATS appears like a smaller CTS in photographs; on the other hand, seeing the actual metal reveals a much more muscular body and an aggressive stance. On the inside the ATS has more detail work including distinctive patterns on its aluminum inserts and chrome pieces.