2011 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe 2dr Coupe (6.2L 8cyl S/C 6M)
You guys at edmunds must be on the German payroll. They make nothing that compares. In Motor Trend tests available on UTube it beats the M5 in every test. Drag race, road course, quarter mile, braking, 0 to 60. It rides better and is $30,000 less money. I guess you can tell I love mine. If you need more room buy the sedan. The rear view is fine. The mirrors are great and so is the back up cam. Head room no problem.The ride is awesome, the seats are great and all the electronic toys are second to none. What a head turner. JD Powers rate BMW, Audi and the big M in the bottom 3 in first year customer satisfaction. I guess you forgot about that. I still can't believe GM build this car. Thank You
Power, ride, handling, looks, seats, sound system, nav system, electronic door opener, remote start.
I bought my 2011 CTS-V coupe in Feb 2011.
It is Black Raven and it is absolutely gorgeous.
I've read perhaps every article, every review and all of the comments over the past year about this car.
I have been amazed at how many posters say the car is ugly.
Since I've had the car, it has done nothing but turn heads where ever I go.
I get people at restaurants, bars, gas stations and malls coming up to me to talk about the car and how great it looks.
I don't know what some of the folks that post comments and write articles see, but it's not what the general public sees.
Americans LOVE this car, Period!
I owned a 2005 CTS-V sedan, and as much as I loved that car, the difference between Gen-1 and Gen-2 is as wide as the Grand Canyon.
The power, the sophistication of the ride, the technology and the overall asthetic appeal are truly amazing.
I've done 150 mph in the car, and the ride is as planted and smooth as it is at 50 mph.
There is no rattle, no shake and no roll; just sophisticated "Power On Demand".
There is no other car like it.
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