2009 Cadillac CTS-V


The good: With its powerful engine phenomenal and well designed suspension, the 2009 Cadillac CTS-V offers a blistering acceleration and handling very stable. The navigation system offers integrated traffic very well and also shows weather conditions. The Bose stereo has great clarity.
The bad: Buttons shift on the steering wheel are poorly placed and fuel consumption is in the mid-teens.
The bottom line: As a high performance luxury sedan, the 2009 Cadillac CTS-V is a reference. It is ferociously fast and handles extraordinarily well, and offers an excellent set of cabin gadgets.
In the cabin
The interior of the CTS-V 2009 shows the kind of quality and luxury that Cadillac may withdraw and on which it built its reputation. Soft leather-wrapped surfaces on the dashboard, the equipment available on the stack, and very nice graphic treatment for the interface on the LCD screen is only slightly marred the headliner fabric carbon fiber trim and a false case.
The optional Recaro seats really impressed. Far from the usual place of fierce racing Recaro, are electrically adjustable and padded. In addition to the normal adjustments, your switches also control the seat and side airbags, so that the seat s' fits someone like a glove.

The motor pumping up a 6.2-liter supercharged V-8, giving a magnetic suspension control to keep its output power, and calling the 2009 Cadillac CTS-V.


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