Cadillac Announces Pricing on 2011 CTS and CTS-V Coupe
Cadillac lovers, looks like there's more to love.
Pricing has been announced for the 2011 CTS coupe and CTS-V coupe. The Coupe Standard starts at $38,990, with three trim levels: a 3.6-liter V-6, a rear-wheel drive standard, and all-wheel drive (costing $1900 more).
Other standard features: power front seats, keyless entry and ignition, rear parking sensors, a Bose sound system, and eighteen-inch wheels with all-season tires.
The Performance Collection model starts at $43,430 with adaptive HID headlights, leather seating, and a Bose surround-sound system with a 40-GB hard drive and USB connectivity.
At $47,835, the Coupe Premium Collection adds ambient interior lighting, heated and cooled front seats, heated steering wheel, wood trim, sunroof, rearview camera, and navigation.
At $62,990, the two-door CTS-V boasts a supercharged 6.2-liter V-8, delivering 556 hp. with Brembo brakes, magnetic ride control, and 19-inch wheels.
Both the CTS coupe and CTS-V coupe go on sale in August, but remember what we recommend: Wait a few months to allow supply to catch up to demand and you'll get a much better deal.
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