A 210-horsepower, 2.8-liter V-6 replaced the 220-hp, 3.2-liter V-6 in the entry-luxury CTS (Cadillac Touring Sedan) for the 2005 model year. A new six-speed manual became the standard transmission, but a five-speed automatic could be installed.For 2006, the automatic transmission gains Driver Shi... Read Full Report
A Corvette sedan?Well, that's probably a bit of a stretch, but the Cadillac CTS-V might be about as close as you can get to that in a General Motors car that has four doors and can carry five people and their luggage. Try that in a 'Vette.So for those who might lust for a Corvette, but have to face the realities of family life - specifically, that a two-seat sports car just isn't... Read full review for the 2006 Cadillac CTS
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If you have the choice take the 3.6 with the auto-stick feature. This car is so quiet its scary. Doing 80 mph feels like 40 mph.I have a 2006. Needless to say my next car will be a Cadillac CTS.
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