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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, Thunk from front end when hitting bumps in the road and shifting hard-- motor mounts? in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; Ya V1 looks better than V2. The V1 gauge cluster is the ideal setup with the digital speed and twin ...
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    Re: Thunk from front end when hitting bumps in the road and shifting hard-- motor mou

    Ya V1 looks better than V2. The V1 gauge cluster is the ideal setup with the digital speed and twin large analog gauges, the rest of the interior under values the car except for the inside door handles. I actually don't mind the nav system except the odd choice in system limitations when driving. The nav clock setting not sticking(whats the point if you have to manually set it anyway) and lack of ability to use the car's built in voice command system are hard to understand. Also it's obvious the nav was suppose to be touch screen(like other gm cars of that era) and got flipped to buttons at the 11th hour. When I got my V the DIC was programmed for non V and I could use the voice commands with a steering wheel button so all the hardware is there just no button to use it when its programmed for a V. Most of this makes me laugh but like someone said earlier they could have easily fixed all this and previous mentioned issues by the 05 model year if they wanted to make the "new standard of the world" a few years earlier.

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    Re: Thunk from front end when hitting bumps in the road and shifting hard-- motor mou

    Someone call the cops, this thread got jacked...

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    Re: Thunk from front end when hitting bumps in the road and shifting hard-- motor mou

    Quote Originally Posted by mstrjon32 View Post
    The V is high-performance car that your drunken shade tree mechanic can easily work on
    I resent that

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