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    2011 Cadillac CTS-V Long-Term Update 4

    May 03, 2012
    By Jonny Lieberman
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    Nothing has broken! Excuse my exclaiming so, but not one single thing on our long term Cadillac CTS-V has broken! On the way in to the office this morning I noticed the odometer had crested 29,500 miles, and not one single anything has broke. See, I mention all this because while nearly 30,000 miles is a lot for any car in 10 months, the CTS-V Wagon's miles have been fairly brutal. In fact, the near-30,000 miles we've rung up on the Caddy's counter would have killed lesser cars. But it hasn't been perfect.

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    Good read.

    These magazines really thrash a long term test car and that's good. The stuff they do to a car is incredible. While they may had a glitch or two, they can't get past the fact that "nothing broke" - and I'm sure they have tried to break it. It's a testament to the quality of the "V" and Cadillacs in general.

    As for the Nav screen eating paper, quit putting papers on the dash. For one the reflection in the windshield is a distraction to driving!
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