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2008-2013 Cadillac CTS General Discussion Discussion, sportwagon production figures? in Cadillac CTS Second Generation Forum - 2008-2013; Does anyone know if there have been any CTS production figures published? I am interested in finding out what percent ...
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    sportwagon production figures?

    Does anyone know if there have been any CTS production figures published? I am interested in finding out what percent of CTS production are Sportwagons.

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    Re: sportwagon production figures?

    I've heard there were 447 V-Wagons produced in 2011.

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    Re: sportwagon production figures?

    I've been looking for the same information as well. Have yet to come up with anything. Mine's a 2010 3.6L AWD wagon.

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    Re: sportwagon production figures?

    I contacted Cadillac customer service earlier this year and the 2012 numbers were not yet available, but I did get figures for 2011
    CTS COUPE 15,715
    CTS 40,591
    CTS WAGON 1,637

    That gives an idea of the percent of the production run, and also tells me why I have only seen 1 other wagon on the road this year.

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    Re: sportwagon production figures?

    Quote Originally Posted by hauler View Post
    I contacted Cadillac customer service earlier this year and the 2012 numbers were not yet available, but I did get figures for 2011
    CTS COUPE 15,715
    CTS 40,591
    CTS WAGON 1,637

    That gives an idea of the percent of the production run, and also tells me why I have only seen 1 other wagon on the road this year.
    Does not suprise me. Americans go for SUV's and trucks......wagons are not "cool"....pity....

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    Re: sportwagon production figures?

    In a way, it's nice to own a vehicle, that I have only seen one other go by on the road since I bought it.

    As far as being cool, my daughter, the artist and ad design director, thinks its sexy, and she does not like the chromed up XLR at all. The XLRs popularity is explained by its lower price and increased rear leg room and cargo capacity over the CTS wagon. I traded a platform mate Equinox for my wagon, and while the wagon lacks equivalent space, it's a foot lower and drives more like the old Corvette I sold last summer. It's a good replacement for the 2 vehicles, like a Corvette with a back seat and luggage space.
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    Re: sportwagon production figures?

    Quote Originally Posted by hauler View Post
    In a way, it's nice to own a vehicle, that I have only seen one other go by on the road since I bought it.

    As far as being cool, my daughter, the artist and ad design director, thinks its sexy, and she does not like the chromed up XLR at all. The XLRs popularity is explained by its lower price and increased rear leg room and cargo capacity over the CTS wagon. I traded a platform mate Equinox for my wagon, and while the wagon lacks equivalent space, it's a foot lower and drives more like the old Corvette I sold last summer. It's a good replacement for the 2 vehicles, like a Corvette with a back seat and luggage space.
    If you really want that Corvette with a back seat and luggage space then you should have that Vagon!

    So with a grand total of 57,943 CTS (non-V) sold in 2011, Coupes = 27.12%, Sedans = 70.05% and Wagons = 2.83%. Well, aren't we special.

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    Re: sportwagon production figures?

    Quote Originally Posted by hauler View Post
    In a way, it's nice to own a vehicle, that I have only seen one other go by on the road since I bought it.

    As far as being cool, my daughter, the artist and ad design director, thinks its sexy, and she does not like the chromed up XLR at all. The XLRs popularity is explained by its lower price and increased rear leg room and cargo capacity over the CTS wagon. I traded a platform mate Equinox for my wagon, and while the wagon lacks equivalent space, it's a foot lower and drives more like the old Corvette I sold last summer. It's a good replacement for the 2 vehicles, like a Corvette with a back seat and luggage space.
    Sorry, but the XLR's I've seen have like 0 rear leg room. Now the SRX is a completely different story.
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    Re: sportwagon production figures?

    Not to mention the XLR might just have a higher price as well.

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