actually i found one that did 6.4 secshaggygrosser said:Regardless of that, would you really want to go upside-down on the trade-in? I'm gonna go out on a limb, but I'll guess that you owe more on the current CTS than the trade-in value. Just some food for thought.
The best I could find is a Car & Driver article that guessed that the 0-60 time would be around 6.8 secs.
I have been reading both pros and cons to the new engine. Apparently a few people at Popular Mechanics feel the 3.2 has more zip to it. There is an issue coming that will have a blurb on the new 3.6 engine, and in there one of the drivers calls the 3.2 more peppy.BUILDINGCTSAMG said:I feel like cadillac screwed all those people who are loyal cadillac fans and went out and bought the cts.....but really its not worth the trade....maybe later ill do a huge engine swap or a supercharger
The 3.2 is what it is - a 3.2. That said, the thing just seems to get faster as the miles pile on. It was really tight under 6,000 miles, but now (at 12,000 miles) revs happily at a level it couldn't touch before 6,000. I've owned a lot of cars, but I never had one that was as tight and reluntant to rev as the CTs when new. I was considering an 04, but I drove one and can't see the performance differenct to justify it at this point.CadillacDan said:
The speed difference may be small in the 0-60mph range, but from the guys at the plant that had the 3.2's out on buisness trips, they say that the 3.6 has a lot more overall responsiveness.CadillacDan said:
What increase in 0-60 time do you feel is worth the trade in? I would doubtCadillacDan said: