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Thread: Winding Road Mag. Article

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    xfifty is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Winding Road Mag. Article

    http://wrmag.nextautos.com/issue/39


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    Re: Winding Road Mag. Article

    Good Article.....Did anyone else noticed they said the navigation was standard equipment on the V2?

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    Re: Winding Road Mag. Article

    Here's a direct link to the Winding Road article: "Big Daddy Caddy" 2nd gen CTS-V tested.

    http://www.nextautos.com/redirect/39...cadillac-cts-v

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    Re: Winding Road Mag. Article

    Quote Originally Posted by 928S View Post
    Here's a direct link to the Winding Road article: "Big Daddy Caddy" 2nd gen CTS-V tested.

    http://www.nextautos.com/redirect/39...cadillac-cts-v
    They mention the Lexus IS-F in their article; personally, I've found the IS-F to be quite disappointing.

    And that's not even considering the kind of product-management mindset that'd take to production those fake exhaust tips molded into the rear bumper cover...

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    Re: Winding Road Mag. Article

    Quote Originally Posted by JEM View Post
    They mention the Lexus IS-F in their article; personally, I've found the IS-F to be quite disappointing.

    And that's not even considering the kind of product-management mindset that'd take to production those fake exhaust tips molded into the rear bumper cover...
    I don't like the IS-F that much either. It's too luxury oriented.

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    Re: Winding Road Mag. Article

    Quote Originally Posted by CTSV556 View Post
    I don't like the IS-F that much either. It's too luxury oriented.
    I'm not so much sure if it's that it's luxury-oriented, but there's a lot of little "what were they thinking?" glitches. I didn't have a chance to really flog it, but the engine and transmission didn't work as well together as I expected, the driving position didn't suit me, and the back seat had some really funny contours that force you to lean toward the middle of the car at about a fifteen-degree angle. Just weird crap like that.


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