Great deal, and great car. Couldn't be happier with it.
2007 Cadillac CTSBrad - Tampa, FL03/19/2010
Very sporty and stylish. A real head turner. I am the envy of all my friends in this car. Very luxurious, yet well performed. I just wish I spent a little more for the luxury package. Even for the base model it is very slick. A few suggested mods would be tint, rims, and a mesh grill.
2007 Cadillac CTSjwes67 - Monroe, Ga.04/28/2010
Great Car, Killer Looks, Fun to drive, MPG`s are a little disappointing from a V6 (20-27)but if I wanted better gas mileage I could be driving a Kia instead of a Cadillac. The 3.6 liter all aluminum, dual overhead cam, 24 valve V6 pulls the car along at a pretty good pace, the brakes work well as does the traction control. Turn the traction control off and this thing can whip a donut in a hurry. And, not surprisingly, it rides like a Cadillac and behaves well on a twisty mountain road. Great Car!
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.