By Colin Bird on March 29, 2011
The high-performance Cadillac CTS-V Wagon is virtually in a class of its own — there isn’t a performance station wagon of this caliber in the U.S. Despite the rear hatchback, the CTS-V Wagon still has the chops to give the venerable BMW M3 a run for its money, according to Cars.com senior editor Joe Wiesenfelder. Its blistering speeds are well-controlled by a dynamic chassis and solid bakes. The V-Series designation also gets you more comfortable seat options and a more precise six-speed manual transmission not found on the regular V-6 model.