2010 Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon Premium

2010 Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon Premium

Base price (with destination): $52,545
Price as tested: $55,630

Standard Equipment:
3.6L V-6 engine with direct injection
6-speed automatic transmission
4-wheel disc brakes with ABS
Stability control
Navigation system with Bose 5.1 surround sound:
-40gb hard drive
-XM radio/traffic
Dual zone climate control
Split folding rear seat
Backup camera
Heated and cooled seats
Ultraview sunroof

Options on this vehicle:
19-inch wheel package -- $2090
19-inch polished aluminum wheels
Sport suspension system
Steering wheel mounted shift controls
Performance cooling system
Performance disc brakes

Crystal Red Tintcoat -- $995

Key options not on vehicle:
Rear seats DVD entertainment system -- $1935

Fuel economy:
18 / 26 / 22 mpg

Size: 3.6L V-6
Horsepower: 304 hp @ 6400 rpm
Torque: 273 lb-ft @ 5200 rpm


6-speed automatic

Weight: 4212 lb

19 x 8.5-inch polished aluminum wheels
245/45R19 98V Bridgestone Blizzak LM-25V winter tires

5 of 5
Incidentally, a rearview camera is standard with the premium packages and it does pretty well. The large nav screen pops up with the car in reverse and the backup lights illuminate the area nicely at night. After a short while, you find the view out the back is not a bad as first thought; the side view mirrors provide a very wide field of view, so combined with the rear park assist, the camera, and the rear window it's not bad at all. Also, all the rear lights, including the back up lights are LED's. Amazingly bright.
It's a great car! Does everything my SUV did, except gulp fuel, while looking gorgeous to boot. People actually stop me in parking lots to get a better look at the car, something that hasn't happened since my 2005 GTO. Great job, GM.Incidentally, I traded a 2 year old BMW in on this and couldn't be happier. Great fit and finish throughout. If I had one complaint it would be with the "center stack" where I think they could have done something to consolidate all the buttons. But then, it could have resulted in a clone of BMW's old iDrive...OUCH!
Edward A. Sanchez
I sat in the wagon at the L.A. Show. I love the styling, but the rearward visibility was positively horrible from the driver's seat. I hope a rearview camera is an option. I guess that's the price you pay for style.

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