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2009 Cadillac CTS-V Consumer Discussions

Just drove my 2009 CTS-V Automatic (Magnaflow Exhaust, Cold Air Intake) across the country, about 2,800 miles, averaged 18MPG, mostly 19-20MPG on highway going 80-85mph. Started off with 93 octane on ...

2009 Cadillac CTS-V Caught "Naked"...

when you start clicking the option box. The CTS-V is a 6.0 LS-2 V-8 with 400 hp. It comes with only one option sport shocks otherwise it's fully loaded. If you cross shop a fully loaded 335i to a CTS...

I'm looking for some help, I love the 2009 CTS-V, but realistically can not afford that much money. My question is; should I wait a couple more years and purchase the 2009 V after it is 4 years old, o...

Make / Models: Model/Build Years: BUICK / ALLURE SUPER 2009BUICK / LACROSSE SUPER 2009BUICK / RAINIER 2004-2007CADILLAC / CTS 2006-2008CADILLAC / CTS-V 2004-2005CADILLAC / ESCALADE 2003-2011CHEVROLET ...

I doubt it. The 2008 "CTS" will get the improvements, and it won't be until 2009' when we see the next CTS-V :sick:...

Let's hope the CTS Coupe arrives long before 2010. I'm looking for an arrival date of Fall 2008 as a 2009. BTW, I understand that CTS-V will be offered with an AUTO next year....

I have to admit, a CTS-V Wagon would be a wonderful car and yes, GM would probably sell maybe 50 of them. But as a father of two, I'd love an excuse to buy one. But the wagon market is small and the...

I own a 2009 CTS V and love the car, but the maintenance is killing me. There always seems to be a problem with this car and I only have 14,800 miles on it. My latest problem is the T/C stabilitrak d?...
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The Edmunds TCO® estimated monthly insurance payment for a 2009 Cadillac CTS-V in VA is:

$151.42 per month*
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