2012 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe Consumer Review: Ultimate Pleasure

2012 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe - Consumer Review

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Base Coupe (6.2L V8 Supercharger 6-speed Manual)

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Ultimate Pleasure
By Pacemaker1 on


2012 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe 2dr Coupe (6.2L 8cyl S/C 6M)


This car is a complete package for a very decent price.
You know if money can buy everything then one can find pleasure in high end names.
Nothing against any manufacturer but the sheer style, awesome firepower and price of this car makes it by far the best out of competitive and impressive fields of Porsche 911 turbo (not the 911 carerra S), BMW M, E63 AMG.
Lets be honest to have the sporty look with elegant lines drawn across the car, magnetic ride of cadillac in a sports car as an option with sports suspension when needed, trunk space which can hold whole set of golf clubs with additional space of bags, actual back seat row.... hmmm

Best Features

Firstly ridiculously comfy and sporty Ricardo seats, fully loaded options Nav/ Bose standard. Truck space again can fit 1 if not 2 sets of golf clubs including drivers!!!! My 2 kids can conveniently fit in the back seat with ample leg room. Magnetic ride in city driving feels like a charm. The sheer torque of 551 lbs will make sure you are competing over and above regular 911 or 911 s. HP of 526 is ridiculous and available on demand. Nothing against any other manufacturer but this mean machine has come a long long way. Financing is very customer friendly and above all 4 years of platinum cadillac service will cover everything. No other brand except BMW will do that.....

Worst Features

Obviously gas mileage. I am not here to save on gas if I'm going into performance car sector but having engine shut off on idle is desirable. Getting into and out of rear seat is somewhat challenging. This manufacturer needs to keep advertising this product. Amplifying exhaust sound should be added as a new option (as if the current one is not good enough). Before i leave having checked E 63 AMG, Porsche 911 turbo let me be clear for a fully loaded 911 (114K), 911 s (125K), and how about a V 8 Supercharged 526 hp, 551 lb torque for 75K. Save @ least 40 k to 75 K and enjoy a hell of ride with this beauty.
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