This is one one the nicest cars I have ever owned. The CTS is nice blend of performance and luxury, and, averaging 21 mpg, the mileage is nothing to sneeze at, either. The controls are laid out in nice ergonomic fashion. The only drawback so far is the lack of a connection for an iPod or related devices.
nice, but won't buy another
2007 Cadillac CTSlasvegasctsowner - Las Vegas, NV02/20/2012
I got my cts with all of the bells and whistles and it is made with good materials, but this car is not put together well. The vehicle has many squeaks and rattles, the shifter is loose and shakes and makes noise, the ashtray broke, the leather is peeling up, it shifts into gear from park very hard, and the caddy dealer won't fix the problems...Do not buy this car, even though it looks great it was put together poorly and I average about 17mpg in city driving
Pros and Cons
2007 Cadillac CTSOption Crazy - NC02/04/2011
This is a nice vehicle but does not stand up to the 2002 SLS that I drove for 8 years. Has a much lighter feel to it and does not have the steady driving that the SLS had. Also, the personalization and navigation are very complicated to work with. Had the car for 2 mos and still can't use the navigation system and the driver's manual is actually no help. This car is lacking some features that I really liked, example - backup sensor, compass, and delay headlights. Had I realized all the differences, I would probably not have purchased this vehicle.
But it is a very pretty vehicle but just not the Cadillac that I had grown accustomed to driving.
When Cadillac first rolled out its CTS in 2003, the car’s combination of high performance and luxury features had everyone taking notice. It is now, as it was then, a mid-size sedan out to eat BMW’s and Audi’s lunches. The CTS targets both the enthusiast and luxury market at the same time.
There are cars that do the job, and there are cars that get the job done with style. The Cadillac CTS and Audi A6 are two examples of the latter. They’re the kind of cars you can treat yourself to as a reward for hard work, or perhaps as an indulgence. If you’re fortunate to shop for a car like this, it can be mighty hard to choose between the two. Here’s a CarMax comparison to help, whether you’re searching for a used Audi or a used Cadillac for sale.
Luxury cars come in all shapes and sizes, but they are all expected to look good and perform well. One advantage of buying a used luxury car is that you get the luxury look-and-feel that you want at a more affordable price.
Published on Monday, October 24, 2016
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