Cadillac CTS Overview
The CTS is a fun-to-drive luxury sedan that is more BMW than most BMWs. Eager handling crowns it as one of the sportiest cars in the class, and the firm ride is absorbent but short of plush. But as satisfying as it is to drive, the CTS can also be frustrating. Much of the blame goes to the overly complex Cue infotainment-system controls. The cabin is super-luxurious, with impressive material quality. But rear-seat room is snug for this class and the trunk is relatively small. Neither the four-cylinder turbo nor the 3.6-liter V6 is as refined as the best in class. The high-end Vsport version is better, with effortless thrust. And 2015 marks the return of the CTS-V, which gets its engine from the Corvette Z06. First-year reliability of the redesign has been above average.
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