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Anyone here have a 09+ CTS-V - February 12, 2011, 10:23 PM

Like the title says, anyone here have one? If so, likes/dislikes?


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As your attorney I advise you to buy a large Cadillac with alot of horsepower and a mountain of cocaine.


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As your attorney I advise you to buy a large Cadillac with alot of horsepower and a mountain of cocaine.
LOL. I got an itch, but I dont know if I want to scratch it. Something about 550hp vs. the 420hp I have now.....


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fit and finish was good, i just didn't like sitting so low. pain in the ass to get in and out of


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fit and finish was good, i just didn't like sitting so low. pain in the ass to get in and out of
That's exactly my sentiment especially after driving a big vehicle for years. I guess it could also be the aging process and weighing in at nearly 300lbs. I hate getting in and out of small cars now. And yes anything smaller than a full size suv is considered small now

OP, just buy a liter bike and call it a day. Fast cars are great but you can't run from the popo in them when you wanna have some fun and get caught


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Really nice car. The later models like you mention have a significant improvement on interior quality than the 1st generations.
I would not complain at all about the engine / drive train. Expect to replace rear tires quickly. Even under a gentle right foot, they don't last long.


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OP will probably need a step ladder to get in and out of it.


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nothing says compensation like a supercharged V8 sedan


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good compared to what? it's sup par compared to an m5, rs4, or E63.

having said that, i would still take the ctsv because it's a freaking monster.


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Haha. He's just short and addicted to big horsepower. I think it's less of an itch and more of filling a whole left by a badass camaro.


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Compensation is good dammit. Did you have an auto or 6 speed? I thought I read somewhere about wheel hop when taking off hard. You ever experience any?


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Compensation is good dammit. Did you have an auto or 6 speed? I thought I read somewhere about wheel hop when taking off hard. You ever experience any?
I didn't buy it. The wheel hop is supposed to be fixed with the new generation. The fix for the older ones was to use different sized axles and now they're doing it from the factory


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I wouldn't mind owning the CTS-V, it's definitely an HP monster.

Oh well, I guess my 09 M3 is good enough for now.
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