The Cadillac CTS-V is an exquisite 4-door/front-engine/rear-wheel drive high-performance version of the all-time favorite CTS model. This improved variant is a design of Wayne Cherry assembled in Lansing, Michigan, from 2005 to 2018, under the GM Sigma platform. This robust American Sedan packs an LA3 V6 3.2L 320 Hp engine, combined with a 5L40-E automatic or a five-speed Getrag 260 manual transmission. The top speed of the CTS-V is 163 Mph, and the 0-60 Mph acceleration time is 4.6 seconds. Its average 1/4-mile time is 13.1 seconds, at 109Mph. The Cadillac CTS-V steps up a notch on the already high-end features of Cadillacs, pleasing those expecting nothing but the best quality and top performance.
This first-generation Cadillac CTS-V holds a current market value of $54,000. It comes with the Pilot Super Sport out of the factory, with ventilated discs brake system featuring Brembo calipers. A track-ready suspension is standard for this model, which also features a unique set of front and rear mesh grilles added over the front openings for better airflow. The Cadillac CTS-V embodies the best of an American muscle car with the status symbol Cadillac has become. Its powerful engine, smooth handling, and stylish design make this one the ultimate daily driver/track master.