Cadillac CTS-V Wagon Priced at $62,165

As GM prepares the 2011 Cadillac CTS-V wagon for dealer orders, the car finally has a price: $62,165. That’s before an $825 destination fee and a $1,300 gas tax, bringing the starting cost up to $64,290, the same price of the 2011 CTS-V coupe and sedan. So really, it’s just a matter of personal preference at this point.

The CTS-V wagon gets the same 556-horsepower, supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 engine in the CTS-V sedan and coupe. The wagon is powered by the rear wheels through either a standard six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission. It rides on 19-inch aluminum wheels and packs magnetic ride control and Brembo brakes.

Inside, the car comes with heated leather seats, in-dash navigation system with a 40-gigabyte hard drive and a Bose audio system standard. Sapele wood trim, Recaro seats and a suede steering wheel and shifter are optional.

The unique body style is all we can say about what distinguishes the wagon from either of the other two high-performance variants. The hatch gives the CTS-V wagon up to 58 cubic feet of cargo space. That means you can take your dogs to the park in no time.

The CTS-V Wagon is available now for ordering from Cadillac dealerships and should be available for delivery sometime in 2011.




Should this car really cost nearly 65K?


556-horsepower, supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 in a fully functional luxury wagon.

Five Hundred Fifty Six.

WAAAAAYYYYYYYY to expensive. They will sell, maybe, 12 at this price.


No more expensive than the 5-series BMW it competes against, or the M3 they're always comparing it to.

Not to mention it's a wagon that can unload a face-melter all over whatever it is that you're currently driving.

I say it's pretty sweet.


More evidence on why GM went bankrupt. Another overpriced stupid idea with little market potential.

Why not put a rear-wheel drive affordable sedan back in the mid-car market? Bring back the muscle car! I guess it makes too much sense.

Ken L.

People that spend this kind of money for this kind of power do not buy wagons in large enough quantity to justify their existence. In other words, this was a poor move on GM's part. They should have stayed with the Sedan, Coupe, and come out with a CTS-V Convertible. Rich guys don't give a damn about wagons, only soccer moms do.


Where can you legally extract the wagon's 556 HP potential?

wow that cadillac looks groovy


The price is exactly where it needs to be, but the actual car is not. BMW and Merc don't sell their M5 and E63 wagon variants here for a reason... they don't sell.


Nice...maybe I'll find one at half price in two years...


What a joke.


I was looking at the 535 wagon (2010 MY of course) and A6 Avant. Guess what? The ones on dealer lots sticker around $62k. So this is essentially M5 performance for 535 money.

And, although "buy American" doesn't mean much anymore when it comes to cars, I still like being able to "buy American."

De-badge this badboy and it will decimate all who dare mock a Caddy wagon!


Got a base model wagon and will upgrade ASAP. Sick of the German small, so wimpy under $90k. Limited appeal granted, I'm in love with it, can't wait to eat an M3 for lunch!
Here's how it turns super bad ass. Smoke the tail lights, black out bumper and grill chrome, leave side chrome. Wreath around logo and wheels black as well. Done. A head turner.


Rich guy does give a damn afterall...


To Ken L & the other clown who just follow the masses in gigantic SUV, just simply don't get that you can actually have a wagon, that is a blast to drive and and functional at the same time..... Any soccer Mom driving a V wagon is super hot. Period

Yeah, it's expensive.

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