I traded in a 2002 Z06 for this ride,
which was tough to do because the
Corvette was a known entity (lots of
fun). The Z06 is a good knife fighter.
If you want to take a short trip and
attack the roads, this is the car.
However, if you want all the Z06 has
to offer and more, then the CTS-V
takes the mantle. I spent 10 hours in
the CTS-V recently and when I got home
I wanted to drive some more...nuff
Power with Finesse (good seating
position, XM, hands free cell phone,
Shifter is below par and obviously
flawed (vague and long shifts). The
CTS-V could use a little more power,
since it's considerable heavier than
the car the motor was lifted from.
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