: Free Consulting for GM, Vol 2

12-01-05, 01:28 PM
Feel free to chime in fellas. My personal opinion and the same with other people I know is that the CTS is a hot car, especially the CTS-V. This car is a winner. I'm not sure how reliable it is, what the ownership experience is like, but the cars look great and I love the body style. They aren't old, they aren't young, for man or woman; they have a really broad spectrum of appeal. I'd consider buying one if I didn't just buy a new car 2 years ago. I don't own one like many of you guys, but are they great cars or what? they sure do look great.

So why the lack of advertising for the CTS line? If the CTS-V can perform in line with the Euro lux cars and really is a true competitor than they need to do more than the lackluster advertising for the CTS line, because frankly, I haven't seen any. I think it is time for more commercials and magazine ads for the CTS.

So here's a tip GM - Leverage the CTS-V line and sink some more money into advertising these cars. I think it will pay off big.

12-01-05, 01:37 PM
The CTS 3.6 is the top-selling car in its class.

12-01-05, 01:40 PM
The CTS 3.6 is the top-selling car in its class.

I know I've seen a lot on the road lately. What do you mean by class and who's in the class....

12-01-05, 06:41 PM
The "class" is quite broad. It's an entry level luxury car, so people who would normally get Avalons and Accord V6's, as well as people who would have gotten Oldsmobiles, and tons of other groups like the CTS.

12-01-05, 07:06 PM
Entry-Level luxury class...

12-02-05, 09:16 AM
i want a CTS-V.... maybe for my next car. But I'm trying to buy a house first so I can have a garage to put it in. I told myself I wouldn't buy a new car until I had a garage.

12-02-05, 05:33 PM
I wouldn't want a CTS-V...costs too much...I'd rather get 'Vette, if I'm going to spend that kind of money...Or one of those Mallett Solstices...:histeric: