: Motorweek Program on the STS-V



Green STS-V
03-26-06, 02:47 PM
For those who might be interested :thumbsup:

MotorWeek #2530

Episode Title: 2530/Cadillac STS-V
This PBS Broadcast window begins: March 31, 2006

Quick Listing: Road Test: 2006 Cadillac STS-V Sport Sedan

Motorweek program number 2530, containing the STS-V segment will be on next Saturday, March 31

Locally, it's on several PBS Channels including Ch. 24 at 12:30 PM.

Check your local listings for time and location, blah . . blah . . blah :bigroll:

Refer to: http://www.mpt.org/motorweek/upcomingshows.shtml

FYI FWIW :thumbsup:

Blue Puma
03-26-06, 07:04 PM
can't wait.

Green STS-V
03-27-06, 07:50 AM
Got a feeling that they're going to criticize the STS-Vs' handling. :confused:

When they previewed their next weeks' program, the test vehicle was
shown going through a curve at speed, and it was really leaning.
Who knows how fast it was traveling?

Hope they like the car, and don't knock it too much! :tisk:

:)

b4z
03-27-06, 03:49 PM
Several ofthe mags have criticized the handling.
Afterall there is a lump of a supercharger over the front wheels.

SRT8/BMW
03-27-06, 04:48 PM
I was worried about it too. now that I own one I can give my opinion.The handling is very good, but not great. The SRT8 I own is superior..The STS-v is quieter in the cabin, and smoother over bumps, which is the tradeoff.Back to the handling...it is overboosted such that at low speeds, it is too soft. The tires easily lean toward any pitch in the road. At higher speeds (like 50 mph on up) it is vey nice. Car is a rocket!

davesdeville
03-29-06, 06:52 AM
March 31st is a Friday isn't it?

Green STS-V
04-01-06, 02:14 PM
March 31st is a Friday isn't it?

You are indeed correct.:thumbsup:

Go here: http://www.mpt.org/motorweek/upcomingshows.shtml

This is what helped throw me off.

Episode Title: 2530/Cadillac STS-V
PBS Broadcast window begins: March 31, 2006

In our area, the first program is on Saturday, April 1, and that's no 'April Fools' joke.

Green STS-V
04-02-06, 02:24 PM
No big deal.

The program for the STS-V is just like all the rest of their programs.

Designed to make you drool and really want one. :)

They didn't accomplish anything there. :bigroll: