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    Would You Rather: Cadillac CTS-V Coupe, Sedan, or Wagon?

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    Sure, the 2013 Cadillac ATS is the hot-new young thing on the scene, but we can’t forget that the CTS-V Coupe, Sedan and Wagon are the cougars of the Cadillac lineup. They’re a little older and maybe a little rough around the edges, but you would, wouldn’t you?

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    I've made my decision - Vagon - already, so I'll let the folks that don't have a CTS V comment on this MT article.
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    All the V's are great. 6 SPD's or auto's......

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    Quote Originally Posted by WLPOGGI View Post
    All the V's are great. 6 SPD's or auto's......
    I see this is your first post. Welcome to the V-Net.
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    Welcome wlpoggi!

    For those that are looking, I would only suggest to drive all 3 if possible? Same power but they all differ in handling/driving.

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    I enjoy driving my coupe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollywdv View Post
    Welcome wlpoggi!

    For those that are looking, I would only suggest to drive all 3 if possible? Same power but they all differ in handling/driving.
    Haven't driven a V Coupe yet but you're right about the Sedan and the Wagon having slightly different handling/driving characteristics - not to mention a differ view out the rear. In my case, I needed/wanted the capability of the Wagon - I like to carry my mountain bikes inside the car - which neither the Sedan nor the Coupe can do.
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    I lean toward the sedan over the coupe because my wife already owns the ultimate Cadillac 2 seater and she lets me drive it when it needs gas - somehow it never comes home with a full tank ! The last V sedan I drove tended to understeer (may have just been tires or tire pressure) and I did love the competition type front seats in the coupe enough that I inquired about putting them in the XLR (no go, or atleast not a quick swap). As a member of a graying generation the ease and room in the 4 door ultimately wins - old knees just don't fold as well.

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