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CAREFULLY Buy an STS
2011 Cadillac STSWXMAN58 - Houston, TX07/12/2012
I purchased a 2011 Cadillac STS4 which is the all wheel drive version. I LOVE the all wheel drive, especially in the rain. The car is quiet and powerful enough. I would recommend the performance package over the base model. There the good ends. The seats are brand new and they squeak all the time, the doors are small and the front seats are placed behind the door pillars making it hard to get into. The base model APPEARS to have Bluetooth capability but it does not. It's an option until 2012. You have Onstar telephone service which is OUTRAGEOUSLY expensive. You cannot upgrade the Onstar unit to one that has Bluetooth as GM has issued a "FORBIDDEN TO UPGRADE TECH ORDER" to all GM dealerships and after market solution centers won't touch it.
It doesn't have keyless ignition, doesn't have backup camera or sensors, the music system (Bose) is good but it is a basic plug in the iPod system which does not control the music library or the iPod controls. Frankly... GM / Cadillac are lagging WAY behind any of the other high end import car makers (Intiniti, Lexus etc). Given another change and for the same money I'd buy the Infiniti G-37 which has NONE of the issues listed above. C'mon General Motors... is THIS how you compete with the world market?
Luv My Caddy!!
2011 Cadillac STSmrlou - , 01/28/2013
I recently purchased a 2011 Cadillac STS from Carmax and I am extremely pleased! The STS I brought has all the bells and whistles; Nav system, leather seats, wood trim, everything you would expect from a Cadillac! The styling is beautiful and my favorite part, the ride, is outstanding! I've been behind the wheel of a good many vehicles and this Caddy really lives up to its billing! I have loved to drive since I first got my driver's license and I love driving this car!!
Mr Lou T.
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