Power Player: The 2016 Cadillac CTS-V










2004 saw the birth of the V series of Cadillacs with the freshly minted CTS-V. The purpose for this line of vehicles was simple. Create a high-performance version of Cadillac’s popular base models complete with technology crafted for raceways rather than highways.

Three generations later, the 2016 Cadillac CTS-V rolls among us and it is turning more than just heads. Sporting a 640 horsepowered 6.2L supercharged V8, this mean machine qualifies as the most powerful Cadillac ever built. After all, most luxury cars can’t boast a zero-to-sixty time of 3.7 seconds or a top speed of 200 mph. Forget about getting to point “B”. The CTS-V will get you to every point on the map with time to spare.

If the idea of a V8 engine have you concerned about saving money at the pump, don’t worry. While you’re crusing around town, its engine will automatically shut down four of its 8 cylinders until they are needed for highway driving. So no matter what type of driving you’ve got in mind, the CTS-V comes equipped for the challenge.

Speaking of “equipped”, the spacious cabin is just as well endowed with all of the technical advancements and conveniences available to modern luxury vehicles. In fact, you’ll be hard pressed to find another automobile with more technological advances than what you’ll find in the CTS-V.

No matter what you’re looking for in a new Cadillac, Ron Carter Cadillac is your destination. Like the cars we sell, Ron Carter Cadillac is fully equipped to not only exceed your expectations, we will redefine them. Stop in today and see for yourself why there is nothing like the Cadillac CTS-V and a Ron Carter Cadillac shopping experience.


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