Cadillac hits a homerun with CTS

Cadillac hits a homerun with CTS

There are 83 comments on the Chicago Sun-Times story from Sep 6, 2007, titled Cadillac hits a homerun with CTS. In it, Chicago Sun-Times reports that:

“A perfect example is that we choose Alpine for our audio and navigation systems.”

Cadillac hits a homerun with the all-new 2008 CTS. The CTS is bolder, quieter and more powerful with a modern aggressive design to rival BMW 3-Series and Lexus IS 350. via Chicago Sun-Times

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Mark - Hawkesbury Ontario

Canada

#1 Sep 27, 2007
The Cadillac CTS has a long history of burning excessive amounts of oil and GM doing everything possible to avoid dealing with the issue. As a CTS owner I strongly urge buyers to choose a different car and a manufacturer that stands behind their product.
Jud

Jacksonville, FL

#2 Sep 27, 2007
Mark - Hawkesbury Ontario wrote:
The Cadillac CTS has a long history of burning excessive amounts of oil and GM doing everything possible to avoid dealing with the issue. As a CTS owner I strongly urge buyers to choose a different car and a manufacturer that stands behind their product.
Mark, I'm driving a 2005 CTS-V and don't use any oil between changes. I also have owned 6 Corvettes (including 2 C5's) without any oil consumption problems. I've heard that driving style can affect oil consumption.
wrandy wrench

Moose Jaw, Canada

#4 Sep 30, 2007
Jud wrote:
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Mark, I'm driving a 2005 CTS-V and don't use any oil between changes. I also have owned 6 Corvettes (including 2 C5's) without any oil consumption problems. I've heard that driving style can affect oil consumption.
actually if a motor burns a little oil it is actually good !! So it sounds like you got a jud,i mean a dud !! same thing i guess jud or dud is the same !!

Since: Aug 07

Trumbull CT

#5 Oct 1, 2007
wrandy wrench wrote:
<quoted text>actually if a motor burns a little oil it is actually good !! So it sounds like you got a jud,i mean a dud !! same thing i guess jud or dud is the same !!
What do people think of the new CTS commercials? I believe GM is getting better at marketing.
wrandy wrench

Moose Jaw, Canada

#6 Oct 2, 2007
70plyRR wrote:
<quoted text>What do people think of the new CTS commercials? I believe GM is getting better at marketing.
G.M is slipping in marketing and in its product !! Higher prices for less quality....... down down they go !!!!
70plyrr

Shreveport, LA

#7 Oct 2, 2007
wrandy wrench wrote:
<quoted text>G.M is slipping in marketing and in its product !! Higher prices for less quality....... down down they go !!!!
funny, they are outselling the competition, why is that?
wrandy wrench

Moose Jaw, Canada

#8 Oct 3, 2007
70plyrr wrote:
<quoted text>funny, they are outselling the competition, why is that?
watch them go down in the next year ya little smartass !

Since: Aug 07

Trumbull CT

#9 Oct 3, 2007
wrandy wrench wrote:
<quoted text>watch them go down in the next year ya little smartass !
Well, maybe so we will have to see. Maybe you can look at all of the quality awards, increased sells, fleet reductions, and improving from 10 billion in loss to reaping profits.

Sure anything can happen; they just might dissolve next year. A moose might run in front of a greasy chicken fingered man driving a Honda in Canada. A dear might run in front of a Chevy in Nebraska. We will just have to wait and see, good day.

Since: Aug 07

Trumbull CT

#11 Oct 3, 2007
Yes, no kidding/ I guess it will be anyday now. Anyway… Even if GM did file one day, I would imagine it would result in a leaner more 7720
productive GM.
wrandy wrench

Moose Jaw, Canada

#12 Oct 3, 2007
Ben B wrote:
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75 years strong, but im sure itll be next year...next year...next year, right? moron.
Hey bennie the tard... why dont you look in the mirror and start puking ya ugly tard !!
wrandy wrench

Moose Jaw, Canada

#14 Oct 3, 2007
Ben B wrote:
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My kindergartener has given me more offensive comebacks, thanks though. This is about cars, keep it that way.
kindergartener ?????????? maybe you should repeat kindergartener !!!! what a joke you are !!!!!! Try spell check next time you write in O.k little beni
wrandy wrench

Moose Jaw, Canada

#16 Oct 4, 2007
Ben B wrote:
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Phahaha you know whats pathetic? I spelled it right! look it up on dictionary.com
Hahaha! Nice try though.
try your spell check stu..........pid

Since: Aug 07

Trumbull CT

#17 Oct 4, 2007
wrandy wrench wrote:
<quoted text>G.M is slipping in marketing and in its product !! Higher prices for less quality....... down down they go !!!!
“Gm sales increase due to lower prices and higher quality”

GM – 337,640 deliveries in September up 4 percent compared with a year ago. The company's 255,274 retail deliveries were up more than 7 percent.

Toyota – 213,043 deliveries in September down .6%

“With a continued decline in quality, we must begin to push our Tundra on the uneducated Americans”
wrandy wrench

Moose Jaw, Canada

#19 Oct 4, 2007
70 rrr abd beni are a pair of tards......... one cant spell and one cant see too far ahead........ thus they are a pair of tards !!!

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Since: Jul 07

Merrick, NY

#21 Oct 4, 2007
local paper has a 2005 CTS with 19k miles one owner new was $42k buy now $18,995. Wow , what a drop!
also 2005 Honda Accord 42k miles one owner $17,995
Hmmm. I dont think the Accord was near $42k new maybe $22k?
Caddy dropped 65%
Accord dropped 19%

Since: Aug 07

Trumbull CT

#22 Oct 5, 2007
Hondata wrote:
local paper has a 2005 CTS with 19k miles one owner new was $42k buy now $18,995. Wow , what a drop!
also 2005 Honda Accord 42k miles one owner $17,995
Hmmm. I dont think the Accord was near $42k new maybe $22k?
Caddy dropped 65%
Accord dropped 19%
Thanks for finally posting first-class news. This should push Cadillac sales through the roof, as the public shall now buy a superior product at an excellent price.

“Assignment change”

Since: Jul 07

Merrick, NY

#23 Oct 5, 2007
70plyRR wrote:
<quoted text>Thanks for finally posting first-class news. This should push Cadillac sales through the roof, as the public shall now buy a superior product at an excellent price.
ahhh I have a 64 Rambler for sale witha Dodge slant 6 in it, interested?
wrandy wrench

Moose Jaw, Canada

#24 Oct 5, 2007
70plyRR wrote:
<quoted text>Thanks for finally posting first-class news. This should push Cadillac sales through the roof, as the public shall now buy a superior product at an excellent price.
Your not the brightest light on the christmas tree ...... are you ??

Since: Aug 07

Trumbull CT

#25 Oct 5, 2007
wrandy wrench wrote:
<quoted text>Your not the brightest light on the christmas tree ...... are you ??
**TROLL ALERT**

DO NOT RESPOND TO THE TROLL

Since: Aug 07

Trumbull CT

#27 Oct 5, 2007
Data - Frankly I buy cars that I like, not based on resale value. I could care less about resale value. If someone is that concerned about resale, don’t buy new.

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