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Cadillac CTS Model Overview

New Cadillac CTS

2015 Cadillac CTS Overview
New 2015 Cadillac CTS For Sale
MSRP: $45,345 - $69,340
Invoice: $42,851 - $64,833
Used 2015 Cadillac CTS For Sale
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Cadillac CTS Questions

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Brake Lights Dont Work On 2004 Cts

brake lights don,t work but the third one does

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69marky
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2005 Cad Cts 3.6 Codes Come Up 1,3,5 Injectors Low Curuit Misfire Check Al...

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jberry1202
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Communication To Interest In My Car

Guy is interested in my car Tried to get back in touch thru car guru link in my email Keep coming back What I do wrong?

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Betty Stump
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Tcs Engages Going Over Bumps

2007 CTS started having issues with TCS engaging when driving over speed bumps or other bumps (backing our of driveway). Engages for just a few seconds, indicator shows then it clears itself. Any ...

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Wakesurfer08
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Oil Pressure Gauge

My 2010 Cadillac CTS 4 with the 3.6 liter has a fluctuating oil pressure gauge. It bounces from 0 to 100 and vice cersa, and never settles in the middle. No warning lights ever come on and all ot...

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About the Cadillac CTS

Introduced in 2003, the Cadillac CTS represents the domestic maker's best attempt at competing with European luxury midsize sedans.  Through 2007, we've seen three noteworthy engine revisions.  

The first V6 powertrain lasted from 2003-2004 and featured 3.2 L displacement and 220 hp.  The CTS then upped the ante to 3.6 L and 255 hp in 2004, and introduced 2.8 L, 210 hp engine in 2005.  

Cadillac also instituted the more powerful CTS-V in 2004.  Look for future models to feature a standard 3.6 L powertrain with either 258 or 300 hp.  Overall, reviewers like the CTS' style and ride.  However, Cadillac could do a little better on the details, including road noise and lack of quality interior materials.