Its a lot like a love triangle. Instead of Edward, Bella and Jacob, though, it involves Edmunds.com, the 2014 Cadillac CTS Vsport Sedan, and Tom Naquin Chevrolet Cadillac customers. And no one gets their heart broken.
It’s nice when the expert reviewers and customers agree. For the Cadillac CTS Vsport, they line up perfectly.
Excellent Performer, “Fun To Drive”
Edmunds.com calls the 2014 CTS-V “one of GM’s best-ever sedans” and a sports car with luxury features, refined handling capability and unusual cohesiveness between brakes, chassis and thrust.
The CTS Vsport received an overall “A” rating from Edumunds.com. Contributing to the excellent rating were grades of “A” for Performance, noting the car as a ‘truly balanced performer’. The vehicle also received an “A” grade for the Fun To Drive category.
Even GM loves the Cadillac CTS Vsport
Of course, GM couldn’t agree more. “These recognitions further solidify Cadillac’s continued elevation to the heart of the luxury market,” said Bill Peffer, U.S. vice president of Cadillac sales and service. “It’s gratifying to see the experts and buyers agree that Cadillac offers one of the strongest lineups available on the market.”
This isn’t the first award the Cadillac brand has received recently. Last year, the Cadillac CTS received Motor Trends’ Car of the year, Car and Driver’s 10 Best as well as Road & Track’s 2013 Luxury Car. Earlier this month, Automobile Magazine named the car its 2014 All-Star.
Too often love triangles end tragically. But when Edmunds.com, Cadillac CTS Vsport and drivers got together, everyone came out a winner.
2014 Cadillac CTS-V at Tom Naquin Chevrolet Cadillac
Not quite ready for the Vsport trim? We told you about the new 2014 Cadillac CTS back in June. The award-winning CTS-V Sedan and Coupe models have loads of great features. After your review, come in an test drive and see what all the fuss is about.