Lynched? Not likely. Nobody takes any opinion from an 18 year old very seriously, especially if it has to do with the spending habits of "people who have bank." :thepan:davesdeville said:Like it or not, you CTS-V guys are driving a quick entry level Caddy. People with serious bank tend not to go for entry level.
Watch me get lynched by the CTS-V people...
I sold an S55 AMG to get my CTS-V because the former didn't give me the driving experience that I was looking for, at almost twice the price. I think you will find that most of the V owners acquired the car after carefully considering choices in a number of price brackets. Speaking for myself, the V is a specialty car that is the most fun I've had on 4 wheels at any price. It is no more an entry-level Cadillac than the original GTO was an entry level Pontiac and a "pretty quick" LeMans. (I know: waaay before your time.)
As you get more mature, you'll learn to differentiate between price and value. Whether it is a Ferrari F430, a V, or a Mini Cooper, people with "serious bank" buy what pleases them, not what might impress the peanut gallery.