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2010 Cadillac STS Consumer Discussions

Gee, nothing here for over 2 years. Wow I guess STS buyers are too busy for this forum (or too rich to care)....

guess is that it will be priced to sell, but the STS will have to move more up market I think. I think Cadillac will have to sort out just how the DTS and STS fit into the RWD picture at the dealersh...

I've had my 2007 STS for nearly 3 years without a single problem. Statistical data suggests the person using the term "lemon" for his STS did indeed get a very rare bad apple of the bunch....

same 3.6 with the six speed on one trim. The V8 STS and SRX will get the six speed in both RWD and AWD versions, but the V6's will keep the five speed....

I had heard that Cadillac was bringing out a new CTS coupe, for 2010. Based upon this, I leased my 2008 STS, with lease expiring in August 2009, the date the new car was to have debuted. Cadillac ha...

also as I had it on my 2002' Cadillac Seville STS. The Buick Lucerne CXS, Corvette, DTS, STS, SRX, Holden HSV's, and future G8 GXP/GTX models will have it also. The 2010' Buick Velite Sedan will hav...

Hi Sara I just got my car back today 4-12-12 from the Kuhio Motors service very disappointed,I pick it up for the oil consumption test after 1000miles but I went over 380 more miles couldn't find th?...

began to show up in other products (the '07 STS, the '07 SRX, the '08 CTS and now the '10 SRX). Likewise, mistakes with the XLR's dash (the cheesy Bvlgari branding, the HVAC cluster straight from a ...

The current CTS was not intended to get AWD, so I think that a major re-engineering will need to happen. Probably that would occur around 2008-2010. The V6 STS may get AWD first....
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