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Customer Review Summary for 2008 Cadillac DTS
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2008 Cadillac DTSAnonymous - , 04/10/2014
THIS CAR IS EVERYTHING I WANTED IN A CAR.
Not impressed, handles bad.
2008 Cadillac DTSVaughn - 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.
2008 Cadillac DTSCaddy Man - South Carolina07/06/2011
This car is awsome. The only thing I regret is waiting so long to finally purchase it. The ride is as smooth as any other Cadillac I've owned. The cooled seats are definitely a plus while battling this summer heat in the southern region our the U.S.. The BOSE sound system has a real crisp sound and you shouldn't have to upgrade your system at all. I just recently returned from a road trip that totaled up to 3k miles in a week and I must say that I'm totally impressed with this vehicles performance.
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.
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