Originally Posted by Efthreeoh
I'll say this, as a 50-year old with a full head of hair (and some grey), after 25-years of 3-Series ownership, I see the Cadillac ATS as a way to not have to step up to an old-man's overtly large and cumbersome F10 5-Series and buy a car that has some class but actually possess some of the preferred attributes of the 3-Series, those being the correct size and weight, great handling, steering, and braking...
I hope someone comes out with a "Piss-on BMW" sticker for my new ATS.
Is the shift quailty of the manual really THAT bad.
It's awful from what i read.