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The wagon format of this powerful 2013 Cadillac CTS-V gives it an undeniable cool factor, while the handling is surprisingly excellent. But outdated cabin tech gives incentive to wait for an updated 2014 model.
There is something oddly American about the 2013 Cadillac CTS-V Supercharged V8 wagon, even if you will pay for it at the pump.
A Hennessey Cadillac CTS-V Wagon bests a Porsche 911 Twin Turbo in a drag race in this Web video.
The Cadillac CTS-V Wagon will be available at U.S. Cadillac dealers later this year, with pricing starting at $62,990.
The Cadillac CTS-V Wagon has all the components that make it an excellent performance car, but it may be worth waiting on the next generation, which could be out as a 2014 model.
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The model that defined Cadillac at the turn of the century braces for its first major update in nearly a decade.
In an unexpected marketing move, Audi changed its base A3 model to a sedan in the US, and will sell the A3 five-door hatch as the A3 e-tron, with a plug-in hybrid drivetrain.
AT&T customers can add a GM connected car to their data plan for $10 a month, while OnStar subscribers get a discount.
After a little more than three years on the market, the plug-in hybrid Volt is approaching 60,000 units sold. Is that enough momentum to compete with the mind share of the Prius and Tesla? We ask General Motors.