The 2010 Cadillac CTS-V review-Bottom line is this car is extremely fast, strikingly good looking inside and out, and left me feeling like a king on the road. Its top-notch specs left me in awe to say the least. I would recommend anybody who has the money to buy one of these and see for themselves.Exterior: My first glance at this vehicle left me very impressed. The body and look of the car is very eloquent but it has a sporty edge that I ultimately fell in love with. The 19" wheels and fenders give this car a ferocious look. The huge satin grill on the front of the car tops it all off. To put it simple, this car looksveryhigh-class.Interior: The inside of the vehicle is very eloquent but
it has a sporty edge that I ultimately fell in love with. The 19" wheels and fenders give this car a ferocious look. The huge satin grill on the front of the car tops it all off. To put it simple, this car looks very high-class. Interior: The inside of the vehicle is very elaborate. The garnished t
trim and obsidian black material gives off the luxury brand feel, something that Cadillac is nothing new to. Plain and simple, I felt very high-class inside. The "pop up" advanced navigation system on the front dash, the 5.1 Bose Cabin Surround Sound system with 10-speakers and the 40 GB hard drive
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