you forgot 69 more horsepower than your V brother.CVP33 said:It's not "better enough" than a CTS-V to warrant the price. That's my opinion. Can't see paying $30,000 more for 1 inch more leg and shoulder room and an automatic.
i got all those except for the tire pressure monitor and the navigation. entry level Cadillac... oh Luxury Sport nevermind. i got something you dont got though... WOODGRAIN!!!!!!! i didnt pay for speed.CVP33 said:Navigation
Two zone climate control
8 way power seats
Full Leather interior
Leather Steering Wheel
Front, Side and Side Curtain Airbags
Fog Lamps and Driving Lights
Tire Pressure Monitor System
Full instrumentation - oil temp, water temp, oil pressure, rear diff temp
Auto dimming rear view mirror
Power Steering and Brakes
Alarm Theft Deterrent System
All Power Options
Stability and Traction control
yeah i have a 2003 CTS luxury sport. my friends dad just bought a V and it doesnt have woodgrain. the steering wheel is full leather wrapped and where i have wood on my door handles his are chrome. i paid for the same things you did excpet i dont have as much horsepower. handling and braking are pretty good but not what you got.GNSCOTT said:Wood grain? Doesn't that also come in a regular CTS?
Oh, we paid for speed, handling, and braking, along with our luxury items.
its ok, you have a true luxury car because you have tire pressure monitors .CVP33 said:Corrected again! Damnit~ :histeric:
the CTS is an entry level Cadillac but it is still a luxury car. a 2.8 CTS mt with almost no options at 30k dollars is entry level. that really isnt that cheap either. the V is not entry level, entry level cannot start out at 50k dollars unless it was a Bentley... sorry.davesdeville said:If the CTS isn't the entry level Cadillac, what is? (And don't say BLS, because that's not out yet, and isn't even going to be available in the US.)
just because it doesnt have leather on the doors doesnt mean its entry level. and yes, your car beats them all because it is a Cadillac. :yup:Slywun said:My latest 'entry level' purchase beats them all hands down in every category.