Hey all. So I have a dilemma. While I love my CTS and Cadillac is my favorite sub-$50k car brand on the road, the stories of snapped timing belts and costly repairs has me worried. Not to be overcome by the nightmarish stories I've heard, I decided that if I were to buy a CTS that I would purchase a low-mileage vehicle. Thus, I proudly purchased my 2006 CTS a few months ago and the vehicle currently has a bit over 26,000 miles on it. When purchased, I told myself if I ran into a non-maintenance issue I would fix it then sell the car afterward. Well, I did have an issue recently but in hindsight it was not a major problem. For the first time since buying it, I attempted to go pedal to the metal on my 3.6L engine which trigged a cylinder misfire and an ignition coil replacement. I did replace the coil and have been topping the engine oil off every 1,000 miles. After that check engine light issue, I begin to research other vehicles and even have a buyer for my CTS at a price higher than my original purchase price. But frankly if the vehicle I chose to replace it falls through, which it is looking like it might, I am more than happy to keep my CTS. In fact, I like my Cady more than most cars on the road. The vehicle's reliability does worry me though since I do not want to begin to travel for longer trips and run into issues. What else could possibly happen between 26k-36k that I could prepare for? There was a 700-mile trip I had planned that passed but this cylinder misfire would have likely occurred on the way there or back, which would have made it a much bigger issue.