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2012 Cadillac CTS-V OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Ann
Ann
St. Cloud, Florida
3.0
Middle of the road
Honestly, my Cadillac has been a decent car. It rides smooth, though not the smoothest I've even been in. It has many features like Bluetooth for music and phones, and they are fairly easy to setup. I use my phone a lot while traveling for business, and the Bluetooth mode makes it so easy to talk and not be distracted. The only real problems I’ve had were with the brakes. They wear out pretty fast and can start smoking. That was a really awkward moment when I first noticed that. Otherwise, it’s a comfortable car that’s moderately fast and handles well. The worst problem I have is with the dealers who sell these kinds of cars. They’re all pretty lazy and offer quite a few benefits, but they rarely deliver. That’s not really the cars fault, but it does sort of show how Cadillac does not really pay attention to their dealers issues. Overall, I love this car but don’t really think it’s worth the price. Many new cars come with the features I listed, for much lower costs. There are also better brands out there that are more comfortable, like Lincoln. I would recommend the CTS-V, but I would also recommend to look at other brands first to see if they fit your needs better.