Cadillac set out with the first CTS-V in 2003 to beat the import sport-luxury sedans at their own game. With the 2016 CTS-V, Caddy may well have accomplished its goal. It serves a limited market, but if you are looking for a powerful super sedan with loads of high-end features, the 2016 Cadillac CTS-V isn't just a lower-cost alternative to the more expensive Europeans any more; it's a head-on competitor in every category.
- Massive amounts of power
- World-class ride and handling
- Good looks
- Luxurious interior.
- Tight headroom in rear
- User interface still lacks efficient controls
- No manual transmission.