2004 Cadillac CTS-V Consumer Review: Name another $45K car that can
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2004 Cadillac CTS-V Sedan - Consumer Review

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Name another $45K car that can do this!
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2004 Cadillac CTS-V 4dr Sedan (5.7L 8cyl 6M)

Review

The CTS-V combines luxury, sport and performance in a package that rivals all while coming in under $50,000. GM doubles their world beating stable of performance cars and the CTS-V will take it's rightful place next to the Corvette Z06. When compared to the similarly performing M5 and E55 the CTS- V is their equal. When compared to the similarly priced 540i, E500, GS430, M45 and LSV8 it really is no contest. Why would anyone pass up the CTS-V. The plant is receiving awards from JDPower for quality, the CTS chassis is a known performer and the Z06 V8 has unquestionable power and reliability. Someone show me a downside.

Best Features

18" Wheels and Brembo Brakes LS6 - 400 hp / 395 ft.lbs. tq. Navigation System All Speed Traction Control Stabilitrak Heated Seats Memory Seats Folding rear seats HomeLink System XM Radio Sunroof Xenon HID headlamps Tire Inflation Monitor 4 yr/ 50k mile warranty

Worst Features

Develop an antenna for the XM radio and navigation system that is integrated into the body better. Address the IRS wheel hop on hard launches.
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