Cadillac Knocks $1,300 Off Price of CTS Wagon
The CTS is Cadillac's base model sedan and has received rave reviews from a variety of news outlets regarding its construction and its performance compared to other luxury sedans. The company realized, though, that at more than $40,000 for the base wagon, buyers might want to check out the SRX instead.
Now the CTS is listed at just over $39,000 with destination charge included, and Cadillac is hoping the new model will appeal to men who don't want a crossover; the two models had been aimed at opposite sexes.
If you'd prefer a wagon, few of which are offered these days in the U.S., then the CTS sports wagon may be a good bet in the luxury market. Otherwise, the SRX starting at $33,330 may be a better bet for value, coming in at $5,000 less than the niche wagon.
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