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Old 01-07-2019, 02:14 PM
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I’ve had my XTS4 for a year now and haven’t had any problems. I drove a CTS also but liked the bigger XTS better.
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Old 01-08-2019, 07:17 AM
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Originally Posted by Ssnobrakes View Post
Besides my C6 I drive an 04 MB E320(which I loved) for the last 10 years as a daily driver, well yesterday some guy ran a red light and totalled it. Im considering a Caddy CTS 2014 to replace it. Anyone have any experience, comments on this car? The MB was a very good car, but I feel the Caddy would be a good daily driver without paying the "MB tax"......Thanks in advance.
I had a 2011 CTS Performance model for over four years. I traded it at 104,000 miles. I had the nav/radio system replaced under warranty but nothing else.

I wish i had had it back. I think a certified Cadillac is a bargain.
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Old 01-08-2019, 08:51 AM
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Once we decide its time to trade the Highlander, our next vehicle will be a Cadillac.
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Old 01-08-2019, 10:10 AM
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I daily drove a 2006 CTS with the 3.6 for 2 years. It was a good car, with decent gas mileage and good handling. I put a 1.5" drop all around on it. I toyed with buying a gen 2 CTS-V before I bought my GS but figured it wouldn't satisfy me for the long term. I wouldn't hesitate to buy another CTS for a daily driver, although push come to shove I would probably choose a Subaru Outback (also drove one as a daily driver for 2 years) for it's better versatility. I know, very different cars. 😛

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Old 01-12-2019, 01:45 PM
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I've had two CTS V's . A sedan and a coupe, no issues except a rocking seat that was warranty and pathetic gas mileage but that was worth it. I think all gen2 CTS are great cars with minimal issues. I don't know much about gen3
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Old 01-12-2019, 08:49 PM
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2014 CTS is a very sexy car.
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Old 01-12-2019, 11:09 PM
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Well I just got a 2013 coupe a few months ago (2014 the coupe is the same as 2013, 2014 4 door is the new body style). I have had 2014s as rentals and they were great for all the luxuries like adaptive cruise control but I must say I really like the coupe styling better and the handling. 2012 and later had a updated engine that addressed the timing chain issues.




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Old 01-12-2019, 11:22 PM
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Originally Posted by rgregory View Post
Well I just got a 2013 coupe a few months ago (2014 the coupe is the same as 2013, 2014 4 door is the new body style). I have had 2014s as rentals and they were great for all the luxuries like adaptive cruise control but I must say I really like the coupe styling better and the handling. 2012 and later had a updated engine that addressed the timing chain issues.

Same color as my 2012 sedan. I really wanted a coupe but with already having the vette, I had to go with the family friendly sedan.
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Old 01-13-2019, 01:50 PM
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Originally Posted by rgregory View Post
Well I just got a 2013 coupe a few months ago (2014 the coupe is the same as 2013, 2014 4 door is the new body style). I have had 2014s as rentals and they were great for all the luxuries like adaptive cruise control but I must say I really like the coupe styling better and the handling. 2012 and later had a updated engine that addressed the timing chain issues.

Looks exactly like mine except for the wheels. My wife and I prefer the larger doors on the coupe . Makes it a lot easier for us to get in and out. Fantastic cars. And AWD to make it even better! I live in PA and have never gotten stuck.
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I like the newer platform.
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