So far so good! I bought the car with 121,000 miles already on it but it's doing great and haven't had any problems so far. Love the power automatic windows, steering wheel controls, and power drivers seat. I wish it had a place for an auxiliary cord, but I guess 9 years ago those weren't common. All in all would definitely recommend.
I love this car
2007 Cadillac CTSfarrelldoc - Alvin, TX10/28/2011
I have never owned a Cadillac before this one. I love the comfort of this car, and I love the way it "goes" when I tell it to. The performance is amazing. I will say that it is a bit of a gas guzzler, but I had been driving a three-door, 4-cylinder Saturn, so that's not a fair comparison.
I recently drove a DTS with all the bells and whistles that I didn't get on this CTS, including the seat warmers and seat air conditioning, lumber massage, memory seats, and touch screen display. I really liked all the extras, and I wish I had spent the extra money on those. However, I greatly prefer the CTS over the DTS. The DTS is just too big, and the styling is not as nice as the CTS. You can get those extras on the CTS (but I'm not sure if the massage is an option in the 2007 model).
At any rate, I love my car and feel happy every time I drive it. In a couple of years when I get a "new" CTS, I will get one with all the bells and whistles.
I highly recommend this car.
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