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In the world of American mid-size luxury cars, the Cadillac CTS stands alone. The C-Series Touring Sedan made its way onto the road in 2002 as an upgrade to Cadillac's previous mid-size entrant, the Catera. Cadillac used GM's new Sigma platform as the basis for the CTS, bringing back rear-wheel drive as well as offering a manual transmission. Other upgrades for the Catera included a slightly redesigned instrument panel and exterior accessories. The model saw success right out of the gate, bringing Cadillac a reenergized audience seeking a sporty yet affordable answer to the pricey imports that normally dominated this segment. As such, the CTS was recognized as the 2002 North American Car of the Year.

The first engine used in the CTS was a 3.2L V6, but in 2004 Cadillac upgraded it to a 3.6L V6 capable of 255 horsepower. Other changes included a 6-speed automatic transmission in 2005, a departure from the standard 5-speed that was first employed. The Cadillac CTS is manufactured in Lansing, Michigan, but in 2006 the brand also began to assemble the model in China. However, due to low sales in Asia, Cadillac decided to halt production of the vehicle in China and keep the CTS as a domestically manufactured vehicle. The second generation Cadillac CTS displayed more changes to both exterior accessories and underhood CTS parts. Now equipped with variable valve timing in conjunction with a 3.6L V6, the CTS added more horsepower and torque. An upgraded 3.6L direct-injection engine with 304 HP is also offered. Wider and longer, the CTS also features a larger grille, side vents, 18" wheels, remote-engine starting capability, and various other luxury options and performance-oriented Cadillac CTS parts. Due to its stateside achievements, Cadillac decided to bring the CTS to Australia and New Zealand in an effort to re-establish the brand overseas.

Cadillac has been aggressive with the CTS since the very beginning. It was vital to the brand's staying power within the American auto industry to offer a model that is capable of presenting a luxurious and powerful answer to the BMW and Mercedes mid-sizes that began to find more popularity as the nineties drew to a close. Sales of the CTS have been encouraging since the very beginning. In 2002, the CTS's first year, Cadillac sold over 37,000 units. Since 2004, the CTS has averaged over 57,000 models sold per year, an extremely strong number considering the landscape of crossover SUVs and subcompacts that had begun to make an impact on the market. Cadillac has plenty in store for the future of the CTS, including the CTS Coupe, which is scheduled for production in 2010 as a 2011 model.

Some regard the CTS as the model that saved the Cadillac name. The popular luxury sedan has built its reputation on all of the superhero characteristics that have made Cadillac the premier label in American automotive refinement: strong performance, exquisite exterior design, and lush interior comfort. Stylized and born to impress, the Cadillac CTS has only improved since the beginning, and has rightfully taken its place among the top. With the 2009 series being longer, wider, and even more technologically advanced, and 2010 promising additional exciting changes, it is vividly clear why the Cadillac CTS invokes such an enthusiastic response from the entire industry.

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Question:
How much does a Cadillac CTS cost?
Answer:

Depending on configurations and options, the 2017 Cadillac CTS is priced between $45,995 and $70,795.

Question:
How fast does a Cadillac CTS go?
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The car can attain a top speed of 155 mph.

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Where is Cadillac CTS made?
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It is manufactured in Lansing, Michigan.

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What does CTS mean for Cadillac?
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The CTS is an important luxury car in Cadillac's model lineup that combines speed, control, and quality in one package. This car has earned the company a lot of brand equity and it currently is and will be one of its hallmarks.

Question:
How much horsepower does a Cadillac CTS v have?
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The Cadillac CTS-V is rated at 650 hp.

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What engine does the Cadillac CTS v have?
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The Cadillac CTS-V comes with a 6.2-liter V8.

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What does the CTS in Cadillac stand for?
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CTS is an abbreviation for Catera Touring Sedan.

Question:
How many cylinders does a Cadillac CTS have?
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It is equipped with an 8-cylinder engine.

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What type of gas does a Cadillac CTS use?
Answer:

For normal operation, its 3.6-liter engine requires 87-octane gas.

Question:
What is the difference between the Cadillac ATS and CTS?
Answer:

The СTS is 13 inches longer than the ATS. The CTS is also equipped with a more powerful engine as standard and offers more engine options and trim levels to choose from.

Question:
What year did the Cadillac CTS come out?
Answer:

This auto has been produced since 2002.

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How many miles will a Cadillac CTS last?
Answer:

Its engine can last for 300,000 miles.

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WELLvisors ordered after poorly fitting AVS were tried and returned. WELLvisors were cheaper, fit better and had security pins so they are more secure than just the tape. They ship with better protection and lack the minor markings that were on the AVS. I never tried WeatherTech visors, so can't compare to them.
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