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Having just traded in my 2006 Mercedes E350-4Matic on a Cadillac CTS-4 due to the high cost of (even routine) maintenance on the Mercedes, imagine my shock and disappointment to be told that, two weeks after I purchased the Cadillac -- with fewer than 42,000 miles -- it needed to have its shocks/struts and mounts replaced at a cost of about $1,400 by my local Cadillac dealer ... and that the car's "bumper-to-bumper" warranty had expired five (5) days earlier! Not really a particularly positive first impression nor a productive way to begin a relationship with my first American "luxury" brand, wouldn't you agree?
 

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'14 CTS-V LongRoof; '16 ATS-V Sedan,' 04 Trailblazer 4x4; '10 CTS LongRoof gone but never forgotten
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Yep. Your dealer screwed you.
 

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If this was bought from a Cadillac dealer, I'd think you would want to converse with the reps on the board here. Any reputable dealer will inspect the car and find something like this, and fix it, before selling you the car.
 
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