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Unreal, they are continuing to use the problematic 8L45 with the 2.0T.
I would hope that GM, now having the correct Tranny fluid after 3-4 TSB's, would perhaps tweek the TQ and s/w as well, and the 8sp auto could be a descent tranny. Granted, it will never approach the reliability and performance of the ZF 8sp, which is predominately use in all the euro cars. Sometimes its just better to pay a little more to an outside vendor to get the right subsystems.
 

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Anyone know if 4 wheel steering will be excluded from the ct4? I see the ct6 offers it . I personally am not interested in a sports sedan with 4 wheel steering in the ct4.
 

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Anyone know if 4 wheel steering will be excluded from the ct4? I see the ct6 offers it . I personally am not interested in a sports sedan with 4 wheel steering in the ct4.
As far as I know it not be an option at all, so no worries there.
 

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The CT4 build in now on the Cadillac website.

The seats are very nice in the Sport + V. Assuming the seat cushions are the same as the CT5, as they
were the same with ATS + CTS, the cushion is 1" shorter, noticeably less comfortable than the seat in the ATS,
if you don't have a sear extender in Perf/Prem trim.

CT4-V RWD gets MRC. Add AWD for only $500 because it drops MRC with AWD.

The 2.7 in Prem Lux + V gets the 10 speed trans. The 8 speed should be no problem, as it should have the
new fluid.
 
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