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| Originally posted by roloson@Feb 27 2004, 02:55 PM |
I went and looked at the CTS-V today. Its not a bad looking car on the exterior with the Goodyear 18's, the brembo's, 14" capliars etc. The interior left me very cold. Seats were to soft, poor design no wrap around etc.
"They are your grandfathers seats."
I originally wanted to drive it, but the only one they had was on the showroom floor, and after looking a little closer it just wasen't important. They did tell me they only expect to keep one, or at the most two on the lot at any one time. To be honest I expected more. I though this car might compete with with the cars in the M class, but when you see it in person it just does not have the fit or finish that I have with the M. I'm sure it is fast, stops and corners, but GM needs to do more if they really want to capture some of this part of the market. Just didn't do it for me. Not even remotely interested in driving it now.
| Originally posted by kstills45@Mar 9 2004, 01:22 PM |
It will average 26mph on the highway, 18-21 in mixed driving, depending on how heavy your foot is.
| Originally posted by Michael@EuroPersona@Mar 6 2004, 03:23 PM |
Remember its not a sports car, is a Performance Sedan. Compare it to the new GTO and it might be more clear. one is a sports car, the other is Cadillacs way of trying be the Luxury car company with the most Performance in its class..
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