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Cadillac CTS still available from GM so good news for parts guys

Thursday, December 31st, 2009

The all-new 2010 Cadillac CTS is now making its way into driveways across the nation. Thanks to the long, reliable history of the Cadillac name, consumers can be assured that the latest models will continue to uphold this legacy. Replacement Cadillac auto parts for this model will include the basic replacement items, such as oil pan gaskets, belts, hoses, or spark plugs, but even these items will not be needed for many years.

According to consumer reviews, the Cadillac CTS is regarded as one of the better GM cars that has been built within the last 10 years. Its sleek style and high level of versatility makes it highly competitive with other similar luxury vehicles across the globe. It is stylish both inside and out, while making for a pleasurable driving experience. Yet, some consumers may choose to use additional Cadillac auto parts for customization purposes.

Few complaints can be found among consumer reviews. Some consumers adore the new front seats, while others say the back support does not meet the same high quality as other models. Opinions seem to be split 50/50 on this issue. Therefore, it is a wise decision to take the Cadillac CTS on a test drive before committing to a purchase agreement, to be certain that the car works with your body type. For those who love the car but hate the seats, after-market alternative seats can be found through Cadillac auto parts distributors.

The 2010 version of the Cadillac CTS features a redesigned base engine. The 3.0L V6 engine now features a direct-injection fuel system, which translates into better fuel efficiency while keeping the strong legendary Cadillac performance. The high-performance version of the CTS, the 2010 Cadillac CTS-V, has won a tremendous amount of praise and admiration for its level of performance. Cadillac also plans to unveil a wagon version later in the 2010 fiscal year.

While the CTS may not be quite as stealthy or athletic as its high-performance competitors, Infiniti’s G37 and BMW’s 3-Series, it offers a much nicer driver-friendly experience than either model. While both the BMW and the Infiniti are quicker cars, speed does not make up for comfort while driving, which is why many consumers choose the Cadillac above these models. In addition, Cadillac auto parts are much more cost efficient and easier to obtain than parts for the competitor’s models.