I tried everything from an Audi to a
Lincoln in this syle and class. For the
price, it is a value. The only thing I
don't like is the 16" rims. I asked the
dealer for an upgrade to 17" or 18",
(whatever is on the cts-v) and they
told me it was not available but I
could purchase the tires, rims and the
equipment after I bought the car for
$900.00 each rim and $200 each tire. I
did not even want to know about the
other stuff I needed after that. It is
a great car but looks much better with
larger tires and rims. I do like it
better than my Audi S4 except for the
speed of the S4 was unreal!
Wood trim and handling. It feels like a
smaller sports car and the exterior is
cutting edge, currently being copied by
Optional wheels. Sirus or XM choice
instead of just XM.
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