Hmmm, I didn't catch if the Ad said it was a new car or pre-owned.
Apparently someone's not paying attention to the AD's details or just plain doesn't know anything about the V. Either this car is a dealer selected upgrade package...like Sewell Cadillac out here in Grapevine, Texas did with a V6 Coupe, by painting the entire car, I mean everything in flat black...Blacked out tails, rear deck light, all the chrome trim, and wheels.
Or, this car's been re-po'd and someone else did the fancy upgrades on their own and then couldn't make the payments....Strange.
This guy sounds like a Cadillac Dealer I stopped at in Western Nebraska.
Our GPS stopped working, so I stopped at the first Cadi Dealer we could find.
The garage manager said: "I will get the Sales Manager; he knows everything about these GPS things."
He fiddled around a few minutes and said that he has to reset the True North setting in the compass. WTF. Cars utilizing electronic GPS do no require a Compass. I feel smoke wafting up my ass.
The DIC does require resetting the GPS as the map zone progresses across country.
"Honey. It's time for us to hit the road!" This guy must have advised the maker of the 400 HP very special edition "V".
In my world, it really does not take all kinds!:bigroll: