2013 Cadillac CTS Premium Sport Wagon

Patrick M Hoey

2013 Cadillac CTS Premium sport wagon

MSRP (with destination): $50,645
PRICE AS TESTED: $56,540

ENGINE:
3.6-liter DOHC V-6
Horsepower (hp): 318 @ 6800rpm
Torque (lb-ft): 275 @ 4900rpm

TRANSMISSION:
6-speed automatic

DRIVE:
Rear-wheel

WHEELS AND TIRES:
19-inch aluminum wheels
245/45R-19 102V Pirelli Sottozero Winter Serie II tires

FUEL ECONOMY (city/highway/combined):
18/26/21 mpg

CURB WEIGHT:
4094lb

CAPACITIES:
Doors/Passengers: 4/5
Cargo (rear seats upright/folded): 25.0/53.4cu ft
Legroom (front/rear): 42.4/35.9 in
Headroom (front/rear): 38.8/37.1 in
Towing: 1000lb

EXTERIOR/INTERIOR COLOR:
Thunder Gray Chromaflair/Ebony

STANDARD FEATURES:
Sport suspension
18-inch aluminum wheels
Leather-trimmed interior
Heated and ventilated front seats
60/40-split folding rear seats
Navigation
Bose surround sound audio system
SiriusXM satellite radio and traffic w/3-month trial subscription
Bluetooth
Heated steering wheel
Automatic dual-zone climate control
Auto-dimming rearview mirror
Power tilt-and-telescopic steering column
Rain-sensing windshield wipers
Power liftgate
Xenon headlights
Rear parking assist
Rearview camera
Fog lights
Keyless entry and ignition
Remote start
Panoramic sunroof

OPTIONS ON THIS VEHICLE:
CTS Touring package- $2810
Sport-finish grille
Chrome door handles
Leather-trimmed seats w/suede-like inserts
Suede steering wheel (not heated) and shifter
Recaro seats
Metal pedals
19-inch summer tire performance package- $2090
19-inch aluminum wheels w/performance tires
Manual shift control
Performance suspension, braking, and cooling
Limited slip rear differential
Thunder Gray Chromaflair paint- $995

KEY OPTIONS NOT ON THIS VEHICLE:
None

ADDITIONAL SPECS:
There's a revised grille on the sport wagon for 2013. An all-wheel-drive CTS sport wagon would weigh 212 lb more than this rear-wheel-drive example.

COMPARE TO:
Acura TSX sport wagon, Audi Allroad, Infiniti EX37, Mercedes-Benz E350 4Matic wagon

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BigBlock45
Cadillac.com says you can order a 2014 CTS v-wagon, but the V-spec honker w/the Corvette engine won't be out for more months.  I suspect a CTS Wagon w/the new style lines will be even better. Too bad the twin-turbo can't be had with all-wheel drive. I live in the foothills of the Appalachians, and all-wheel drive with 420hp would be nice in fall, winter and early spring --- not to mention just negotiating curves!  I also suspect I'd leave off the Recaro seats -- I had them in another car and they weren't the last word in long distance comfort, but were good when the road got twisty. Some additional Chromaflair colors would be nice. The CTS wagon does inspire road trips!
Marc Hamady
It's ugly
Mahamadou Mamouda Ahmed
how much is't? hw can i get it/
Aiden Preston C Aiden
I think that the CTS is probably about the best looking mid-sized car today, not to mention the CTS-V, best looking performance luxury in its class.
Automobile Magazine
Considering how big the CTS will be this time around, that's a pretty great idea. -BT
Tim Lucas
Yes, CTS and ATS wagons would be awesome!
Jay Klein
How about an ATS wagon?
Frank Samara
They should definitely bring back the wagon. It was my second favorite from that model line after the coupe.
Brian Michael
:poop:

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