Bought this car a month and a half ago...it's a dream. Pretty much every gadget you can imagine, rides smooth as silk, plenty of room, and power when you need it thanks to the big Northstar V-8. I also liked the pinstripes...something that many cars don't have anymore. It does like to drink gas and it likes premium fuel.
Not impressed, handles bad.
Vaughn - Kansas City, KS12/12/2014
I like the way the car looks, but it just handles too bad. Maybe I am overly used to my rear wheel drive Camaros, but this front wheel drive it WAY over sensitive in the steering. Normal casual steering makes the car sway, even trying to let the car recenter itself after a turn, it is just too rough. If you hold the wheel and always gently aim the tires exactly where you want them to be, it is a smooth ride. But its tolerance levels are way to tight for me to enjoy driving it the city traffic, on the open road with cruise on, it is nice.
So far, so good
Noel6 - Fayetteville, NC06/14/2011
Just purchased 2007 DTS yesterday. I've already received 2 compliments on its look (both from younger people (25 - 30 years of age). I was really surprised they liked how it looked since the manufacture designs this car for the over 60 crowed. I'm 57. To be honest, this is the most car I've ever purchased other than 2 new Explores (89 - 2000) and a based model Grand Prix 2006. The ride and driving experience is just right for me. Power (performance package), comfort. I checked several reviews online before purchase to include "Consumer Report" which helped me make a decision. Also, talked to ever owner I ran into about this model. So far, so good!
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