that looks so much like a mini-GS IMO!
I like the styling of the GS.
I really does...its a styling scheme they refer to as "L-Finesse".
this was my thinking when I found this car:
-want new car, dont wanna spend much over 30K$
-reliable mid size, luxury
I was looking at the Infiti G class, Lex Es330, even honda accord ex V6 with nav (which is bloody cheap now around 25K).....nothing exciting here.
Then this car, although I wish I could afford the GS, its still pretty nice.
I get the RWD/Nav/Luxo parts of my wishlist PLUS paddleshift and button start (2 things I thought was out of my reach)
The new Lexus IS is nice. Dare I say "en fuego". It looks good, has nice features. Over 300 hp hmmm I wonder if these can beat the N* ?
* before he gets tarred and feathered by the angry mob*
dunno.....sub six second 0-60 runs/ high 20's combined city/hwy fuel economy/ small light car/ all from a V6....sounds like a winner!
It appears it might be kind of cramped on the inside, and I bet there isn't much rear-seat headroom with that slopey rear window.
But it does look nice.
I'm not sold on the looks, but the numbers are quite impressive.
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agreed.Originally Posted by Jesda
Not that I want to admit it but I do like the Interior a lot and the numbers are great.
Since when was push botton start a big luxery feature?
Dunno when it happened but alot of the high end cars (MB. LEX, etc) have been offerening them....there's a certain 'cool' factor there. I don't know if its the most practical thing, but who cares!Originally Posted by Nocturn
Cadillac must make necessary changes including a more powerful V and a more powerful standard engine to compete with the new IS.