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Cadillac STS-V Series Forum Discussion, Sts-v in Cadillac V-Series Forums; Originally Posted by BowenCT No idea. If I had known, I would have listed it, smart ass....
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    Re: Sts-v

    Quote Originally Posted by BowenCT
    No idea. If I had known, I would have listed it, smart ass.

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    Re: Sts-v

    Quote Originally Posted by Crozier
    Grow up.
    Bowen, I've never quoted myself before. In this case, it seems very appropriate.

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    Re: Sts-v

    Quote Originally Posted by Crozier
    The Catera and the CTS have a lot more in common than the Seville and the STS. The Catera was rear wheel drive, and for some time shared the same engine and transmission with the CTS.

    The Seville and the STS really have nothing to do with each other. Even the Northstar engine has been completely reworked. The STS is as all new as they come.

    I loved the Seville and even owned 2 STS's and 1 SLS. Wonderful cars. However, the STS is definately not a Seville. Very, Very different character.

    Bowen, since you've got all the letters figured and and what they stand for; care to enlighten us on what SRX means?
    Huh? That's funny since a few years back I almost bought a '94 Cadillac STS. Look, it seems everybody, according to focus groups, likes groups of letters and/or numbers for their upscale marques.

    Cadillac has had no continuity or idea what to name their cars until the past couple of years. While they promoted their FWD STS years ago and gave the SLS monikers to the softer version, they had a DeVille, Eldorado and a Catera. Just over the past few years they started playing games with the DeVille calling it the DTS, DLS and the same goes with the Eldorado.

    The universe which calls itself the STS isn't all-new. Some guys are rolling around in 1st year, early 90's pushrod powered STSs. '05 has a newly designed STS. Finally what an STS should be. Too bad they took over a decade to get it right.

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    Re: Sts-v

    Quote Originally Posted by Crozier
    care to enlighten us on what SRX means?
    SEVILLE Recreational X-over (Crossover)

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    Re: Sts-v

    Quote Originally Posted by 6104696
    SEVILLE Recreational X-over (Crossover)
    Careful! Better hope you are correct or you chance being served-up a verbal tongue lashing from Mr. Crozier.

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    Re: Sts-v

    Quote Originally Posted by 6104696
    SEVILLE Recreational X-over (Crossover)

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    Re: Sts-v

    Quote Originally Posted by baf_ctsv
    If the internals ar forged then there will be no problem. I bet she goes for $62k or higher. Too bad GM prices Caddi's out of the market!
    GM is finally pricing Caddy into the market. They're "luxury" cars. To compete in such a status-conscious segment you can't sell bargain cars. The gap will eventually be filled by Buick, don't worry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 68CoupeDeVille
    GM is finally pricing Caddy into the market. They're "luxury" cars. To compete in such a status-conscious segment you can't sell bargain cars. The gap will eventually be filled by Buick, don't worry.
    Exactly....

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