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Little has changed on Cadillac's CTS sedan for 2007, though the optional navigation system's Nav Traffic overlay does gain some additional features.Launched as an early 2003 model, the CTS was built on a new Sigma rear-wheel-drive platform and featured square-edge styling and a 220-horsepower, 3.2-liter V-6.General Motors' On Star communication system is standard. An optional navigation system includes XM Nav Traffic, which displays traffic congestion, accidents and other information.For 2007, Nav Traffic incorporates On Star Connections and Directions.Measuring 190.1 inches long overall, the CTS rides a 113.4-inch wheelbase.Integrated, traditionally styled vertical headlights and taillights are installed.
Cadillac's wreath-and-crest symbol is incorporated into the grille. Launched as an early 2003 model, the CTS was built on a new Sigma rear-wheel-drive platform and featured square-edge styling and a 220-horsepower, 3.2-liter V-6.Both engines work with an Aisin six-speed manual transmission or an optional five-speed automatic.A button for the automatic allows drivers to select Sport, Winter or Economy mode.Antilock brakes and all-speed traction control are standard.
An electronic stability system is optional — an unfortunate omission, given many CTS competitors include the technology as standard equipment.Engine braking occurs in all five gears, which gives the transmission a sportier feel.Six airbags are installed: dual-stage front airbags, seat-mounted side-impact airbags and roof-mounted side curtain airbags.Suspension revisions and interior changes for 2004 were intended to soften the ride and reduce noise.