2005 Cadillac CTS Top Comparisons

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2005 Cadillac CTSReview
Norcal510 writes:
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For the mileage it new & the price was a steal

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Adrian writes:
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Beautiful value for a beautiful reliable car. This car is just as beautiful as a 2020 Cadillac.

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Diane writes:
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Great car! Had a tail light out and cold battery but otherwise fabulous experience!

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Guru95WNK2 writes:
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Nice vehicle like to buy going to test drive it again

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Guru94J31B writes:
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Love this car its everything I expected and more

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GuruZS4CF writes:
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Not running smooth needed spark plugs. Bought them they put on. Car should have been running better. Not running poorly the next day. Bad choice. Im changing gas to supreme and doing gas treatment hopefully thats the problem. If not sold a lemon and stuck with it. Dealership should at least diagnostic their cars before selling to innocent buyers. Be honest with problem.

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2005 Cadillac CTS 2.8L RWDReview
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Cadillac Cts Is Reliable — I love this car, it's reliable, the 2.8l engine is powerful and it has a smooth ride, i put 270,000 miles on it and it's still holding up. Although it's American made that's the only drawback, they don't hold their value.

Pros: Smooth ride, great turning radius, good engine torque

Cons: it's American, over the years the value goes way down

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2005 Cadillac CTS 3.6L RWDReview
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Over All Good Car — this 2005 Cadillac CTS is the car i always wanted just don't like the color its an Olive green color.. what I don't like is that rust spot by the right rear tire. my car drives and runs great!!! happy

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: runs and looks great

Cons: it have a small rust spot by the right rear tire

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2005 Cadillac CTS 3.6L RWDReview
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Love Cadillac — Made quite a few minor improvements and enjoy the car much more than when I first bought it. Nav touch display screen, along with blacking out a few parts of the car to give it a different look than other CTS on the road.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Handling and ride.

Cons: I like bigger bodied cars

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2005 Cadillac CTS 3.6L RWDReview
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Fun But Too Pricey — This car has been one of my favorites, and I definitely would have kept it if it hadn't been so expensive. I'm glad I got a clean trade for it. I may have downgraded in luxury. But it is much les expensive to maintain a Chevy rather than a Cadillac.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Comfortable on long rides, ice cold A/C, powerful but quiet, agile for a luxury car, and a good all-around car.

Cons: Was sort of slow to react and it did cost A LOT to repair anything. And things went wrong sort of often. But normally small things. If you didn't get a hold of the memory package quick, it got REALLY obnoxious.

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Reviews From Other Years

2019 Cadillac CTS Reviews

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just looking for a comparable price . the ride in this vehicle is better than being in a mercedes, bMW and a Lexus Read More

Review By Afeola

I I have one and like the way they look and feel Read More

2018 Cadillac CTS Reviews

Review By Guru9RXVKG

GM make a quality product that I’ve purchased and had no issues. Read More

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Beautiful inside and out. Drives like a dream. I’ve only had it one day but I am very happy. Read More

2017 Cadillac CTS Reviews

Review By Guru9KL3X1

I just like the car it’s my favorite Read More

Review By Guru95FKG8

luxury style and comfort midsize affortability standard accountability features Read More

2016 Cadillac CTS Reviews

Review By Leina

This car is a smooth look and ride. I love the sound system and enjoy being in it. Read More

Review By walter

Great interior, comfortable and well placed instrumentations. Drives smooth with good acceleration. Has all the options you would want. Nice car. Read More

2015 Cadillac CTS Reviews

Review By Guru91FWPC

The Cadillac is a beautiful car very smooth just not enough trunk room but built with very high quality I love it Read More

Review By Peter

lots of easy to use features very nice ride super sharp Read More

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