Cadillac CTS-V coupe almost perfect, affordable

Warren Brown
Special to The Washington Post
January 4, 2013

CORNWALL, N.Y. Anyone can make a good car for $100,000 or more. Im more impressed when its done for less than that which raises another question.

If it is possible to buy a good or even excellent automobile for substantially less than $100,000, is it really worth it to spend more?

After a week in the 2014 Cadillac CTS-V coupe, driving the roads between this pleasant Hudson Valley town and the congested rudeness of New York City, a round trip of about 130 miles, my answer is a resounding No!

What do exotic, outrageously expensive high-performance cars have that this second generation of the Cadillac CTS-V coupe doesnt? Is it power? No. The new coupe comes with a Corvette ZR1-derived supercharged gasoline V-8 delivering 556 horsepower and 551 pound-feet of torque.

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