The Cadillac CTS-V line of cars, which includes a sedan, coupe, and even a station wagon, are some of the best performing vehicles this side of a $100k, but if supercar speed isn’t you’re primary motivation when buying a new car then the regular CTS range is still a worthy option in the luxury segment.
Like its testosterone-packed cousin, the CTS is also available in sedan, coupe, and station wagon bodystyles and is an ideal choice for buyers looking for a mid-size luxury car with plenty of style, decent performance, and one of the nicest interiors around.
Yes, it may have taken a generation, but the current Cadillac CTS is truly world-class. First going on sale in 2008, the second-generation CTS is now in its 2012 model year, and although many of its rivals like the BMW 3- and 5-Series, as well as the Mercedes-Benz C and E Class models have been redesigned since then, the CTS is still worth a look if you’re considering any of the models mentioned.
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