2010 Cadillac CTS Premium 4dr Sedan (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
I tested a bunch of high end/high tech sports sedans and the CTS just has so much more bang for the buck, than the BMW or Lexus. I got a brand new CTS Premium for $7k of MSRP, and $2k more for my trade than it was worth. Performance is outstanding, tight and very agile. Front seat are very comfy and good support. The back is a little snug. 5.1 Bose sound system is sthe best great sound and lots of power for classic rock. Nav worked flawless touch screen or voice command, even Onstar downloads to your destination when you on the fly. Fit and finish is flawless. Rock solid ride.
Bose 5.1 sound system, 6 speed auto/sport mode or clutchless stick. Large Nav screen very user friendly. Performance 304 hp beats out the the BMW 535i of 300 hp.
Need to bring back rain sense wipers, and lights on with wipers function. Gm needs to correct the Easy Exit Seat re- entry feature Seat goes back to driving position as soon as you open the door, should wait until car start, or door closes. No blind spots indicators in mirrors nice option to have.
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