Cadillac CTS Coupe Starts at $38,165

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GM announced that the all-new 2011 Cadillac CTS coupe will start at $38,165, not including a destination charge of $825.

Moving up the trim levels, the Performance Collection Package begins at $42,605 and includes features such as xenon headlights, 10-way power leather seats, Bose surround sound and a 40-gigabyte hard drive.

The Premium Collection begins at $47,010 and adds a rearview camera, navigation system, sunroof, wood trim and heated front seats.

Finally, the V-Series gets you performance, including a 556-horsepower, 6.2-liter supercharged V-8, and pushes the price tag up to $62,165. All trim level prices do not include the destination charge.

The CTS goes on sale this August.

Comments 

Darren

This car looks like it was rear-ended in an accident. It is very ugly.

james

This is the very best looking coupe with cool features. Plz disregard Darren's comment whose deformity eyes lie on him/herself.

TK

Beautiful.

Allen

James why are you insecure? If another poster has a different opinion of the car be a man and accept it.

sheth

looks like a concept car approved for production. I think it will do well.

bowrider

I love this car but for 42 large, I expect heated seats.

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