2010 Cadillac CTS Performance 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 6A)
I bought a 2010 leftover. The first week I considered returning it. Overall I like it, but interior storage is inadequate, mileage is less than expected and the visibility borders on being dangerous. I compensate by angle parking only on the end of the row and only making right hand turns. I traded a 1998 Q45. The CTS is not in the same class. I wanted to buy American with RWD and the CTS is probably the best.
The ride is smooth and the M mode on the automatic transmission works great in the Colorado mountains.
The interior storage space needs to be improved as well as the cargo space. A Valet key should be added. Redesign is needed to eliminate the blind spots, front windsheild posts, center posts and the rear window posts. The drivers' foot rest should be raised. I glued on a flip flop to solve the problem
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