TROY, MI – Sit in the driver’s seat of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and the new Cadillac CTS, and it’s not hard to see a difference. The C-Class instrument cluster is softly lit, and the black matte finish creates the illusion that the gauges are suspended against the night sky. It is pure Mercedes and exudes richness. The CTS is OK by Cadillac standards, but there is no feeling of depth behind the gauges, and the material of the dial plate does not scream “premium car.” Unlike the ...
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