2006 Cadillac CTS Overview

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2.8L
Avg. Price: $9,494
3.6L
Avg. Price: $9,596
Sport
Avg. Price: $9,490

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Average User Score

4.75 stars

Based on 15 reviews

A Great Car! by JC_Cadillac
 — Sleek & Stylist! - When this particular Cadillac CTS model was first shown, I recall being "wowed" and in awe. What's not to like? It's bold, stealth-like angular lines remind me of the F117 Fighter J... Read More
Car Has Strong Acceleration And A Smooth Ride, Phenomanel Braking. by John
 — It is my grandmas car but she let me drive it today. I have to say the car is amazing. From the sharp looks on the outside, to the leather interior, to the strong engine the car is a beauty. I've alwa... Read More
Be Distinguished by Hassane
 — The CTS is one of the greatest American designs. It has lots of character and it stands out. Interior is nice and special although the car misses some equipments like a telescopic steering, but hey, o... Read More

2006 Cadillac CTS Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 15 reviews

2006 Cadillac CTS

The Cadillac CTS sedan got a lot sportier in 2006 with the introduction of two new sport packages. Drivers could now choose between style and substance with the Sport Appearance and Sport Performance packages. Both packages offer 18-inch wheels, with Sport Appearance focusing on the grille, spoiler, and exterior, while the Sport Performance focuses on safety features, performance, and handling.

The CTS comes in three trims: 2.8L, 3.6L, and Sport. All have four doors, seat five, and have an optional five-speed automatic or standard six-speed manual transmission. The 2.8L has a 2.8-liter, 210-hp V6, while the 3.6L and Sport both use a 3.6-liter, 255-hp V6 engine. Expect to get around 17 mpg in the city and 27 on the highway.  

Overall, drivers like the 2006 CTS' handling and interior room. However, reviewers qualify that by saying that the CTS does its job well for a "domestic" model. Critics say the interior could use better materials and that the CTS could use some mechanical tweaking to keep up with its foreign competition. In any event, the 2006 Cadillac CTS should provide enough quality to satisfy just about anyone in the market for a capable luxury sport sedan.

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Cadillac CTS Questions

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2006 Cadillac Cts Won't Start Won't Crank Key Stuck In Ignition

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Water In Trunk Lid

I washed car about a week ago, it stays in garage mostly. Today I opened trunk lid and I could hear a significant amount of water sloshing around, and some of it running out into trunk.I removed two r...

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My 06 Cts Wont Start Or Crank Key Stuck In Ignition

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I Check All The Fuse And Relay Possible Still The Same Key Gets Stuck Turn ...

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2006 Cadillac Cts, Got Very Cold And Now It Will Not Start

I have had the battery tested, and it tested good on both voltage and CCA. It has done this same thing in the past, but I was able to get it started. this time, it will not start for anything. I had a...

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