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Old 12-25-2009, 09:59 PM
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Default ok, what the heck-we want to replace my wife's CTS-V (07) with an '10

opinions I will listen to - new '10 - we like them - we have an '07 and it is fun, ready for the '10 - much more expensive?
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Old 12-25-2009, 10:17 PM
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So you want to replace your 07 Cadillac with a 10 Vette...and you already have a 07 Vette?
we have an '07 and it is fun, ready for the '10
not quite sure what you mean, but definitely get the 10 Vette
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He is looking for opinions and pricing on a 2110 CTS-V
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Check out a couple Caddie sites good luck
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From what I've read, the '10 CTS-V is a beast. There is a forum member here that has one - don't recall his forum name though. If you can afford it, go for it - I'd bet it is a blast to drive.
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Check out a couple Caddie sites good luck
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He is looking for opinions and pricing on a 2110 CTS-V
I bet that one will have some cool technology! Alas, I will be unable to purchase one.
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I am drooling over a 600+hp Caddie

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omg i'm super jealous. i saw the new cts-v at an auto show just earlier this month and i loved it. it's won all kinds of awards and comparisons. i've always loved the cts-v since they came out but the new one is incredible!
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My son in law has a 10 CTS-V and it is a breast! He also has a XLR and I had to laugh at my Daughters comment that she used to really enjoy driving the XLR, however, since driving the CTS-V, the XLR is really kind of boring
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1. Check out www.carsdirect.com for "real world" pricing in your area

2. If you can swing it, get the 2010 CTSv. It's been widely described as "GM's best car, ever"
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My son in law has a 10 CTS-V and it is a breast! He also has a XLR and I had to laugh at my Daughters comment that she used to really enjoy driving the XLR, however, since driving the CTS-V, the XLR is really kind of boring
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opinions I will listen to - new '10 - we like them - we have an '07 and it is fun, ready for the '10 - much more expensive?

I had on '05 V...can't even begin to imagine the difference in power, refinement and modern communication interfaces (BT, iPod, etc.)
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Why do you want the 2010 again?
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Why do you want the 2010 again?
Probably because it's a HUGE improvement over the previous generation CTS-V.
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go over to www.cadillacforums.com and check out scott from superior cadillac.

I've seen some amazing deals on the 09 leftover CTS Vs.

I drove one? the thing is amazing. I prefer the automatic transmission over the manual in that car. The automatic has such amazing technology that it was actually the transmission they chose to run at the "ring" where it held the fastest sedan lap time before the 150 grand Porsche twin turbo sedan clicked off a few whatever..

For 1/3 rd the cost...the CTS V is the best mix of luxury and sports.

I think the left over 09's were down in the mid 50's brand new. If there are any left.

I'm half tempted to sell my vette and buy a new CTS V coupe. Thats different enough from my 08 CTS AWD FE2 300hp to make it at the very least ...a consideration.

I'm on my 3 rd brand new vette but after driving the CTS V...its dam tempting.

Go for it!!
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