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2009 Cadillac DTS Consumer Discussions

I think that the Ford GM six speed design was for FWDs, although I think the design is modular, so the six speed RWD design is probably related. However, putting the FWD six speed into the DTS and Luc...

I think the current FWD DTS will continue production through the 2009 model year, perhaps longer. The big question is what they do with the DTS next. The DeVille, now called the DTS, has been a prime ...

The current DTS is on a platform that will terminate at the end of the current production models; the DTS and Lucerne. The basic question is what will Buick do for a large sedan and what should Cadill...

I HAVE 2006 DTS BOUGHT IT USED. HAD 17000MLS ON IT. I HAVE HAD A DEAD BATTERY PROBLEM WITH THIS CAR SINCE JAN 2008 TO THE RECENT ONE ON JULY 3 2009.THEY PUT NEW BATTERY IN FIRST TIME CHECKED EVERYTHIN...

better equipped than the best equipped CTS or DTS for that matter, and aside from the V series it was the flagship of the line in 2009 - 2010. The only options it does not have are the engine block h...

I think that Cadillac is playing games with the CTS. When the STS and DTS merge on a new platform, I think that the CTS will replace the STS and perhaps the options will settle into something more sen...

the GAS , i have driven many new cars even new DTS i don't see this issue on new or old cars. I am about to file Lemon law claim on this. It is really terrible when my wife drive with infant its a gr...
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