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Measuring 190.1 inches long overall, the CTS rides a 113.4-inch wheelbase.
Differences between the CTS-V and the regular CTS include a unique front fascia and a tightened suspension.
For the most part, drivers can expect the feel of a European sport sedan, but the CTS isn't quite as refined as an Audi or BMW.
Still, the CTS is exceptionally stable on the road and easy to drive around town. The controls are somewhat unorthodox, but the driver's seat is especially comfortable and adequately supportive.
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.