Since its launch in 2003, the CTS sedan has been Cadillac's talented young star: a stylish, fun, and agile sports sedan and a fairly credible alternative to a BMW 5 Series or Mercedes-Benz E-Class. The current model shed a couple of hundred pounds, grew four inches longer, and acquired a plusher, posher interior. In short, it emerged from GM's finishing school as the most driver-focused midsized luxury sedan you can buy.
The CTS delivers an inviting blend of comfort, quietness, and sporty driving performance. We bought the midtrim Luxury version equipped with a 321-hp, 3.6-liter V6. That should provide enough zip for most people, even though its 6.5-second 0-to-60 mph sprint time is actually a bit slower than the acceleration many competitors deliver.
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