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Capital Cadillac
(770) 952-2277
2210 Cobb Pkwy Se
Smyrna, GA
Cadillac Fairview Real Estate
(770) 399-8440
2 Concourse Pkwy Ne
Atlanta, GA
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(770) 399-1903
7700 Roswell Rd
Sandy Springs, GA
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(770) 751-7777
1040 Nine North Dr
Alpharetta, GA
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(478) 757-2177
3989 River Place Dr
Macon, GA
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(478) 787-4453
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Cadillac Fairview Real Estate
(770) 661-0230
100 Galleria Pkwy Se Ste 1650
Atlanta, GA
Classic Cadillac & Subarc INC
(770) 399-1903
120 Perimeter Center Pl Ne
Atlanta, GA
Cadillac Fairview Shopping Centers
(404) 320-7960
2050 Lawrenceville Hwy
Decatur, GA
Northlake Cadillac & Jaguar
(770) 270-0212
3849 Stephens Ct
Tucker, GA
Crosby Pontiac-Cadillac-GMC Truck-Nissan Inc
(912) 283-7711
447 State St
Waycross, GA

2011 Cadillac CTS Coupe

June 23, 2010 by Brian Alexander, Road Test Editor

2011 Cadillac CTS Coupe

DriverSide Overview
It has taken Cadillac nearly a decade to bring us a coupe version of its critically acclaimed CTS sedan , but it’s hard to say it wasn’t worth the wait. While the bombastic CTS-V has grabbed a lot of headlines in the past year – and rightfully so – it’s now the coupe’s turn in the limelight, and given its edgy looks, it really does seem to think it deserves your attention. As surefooted on the open road as its broad stance would have you believe, this car is a refreshing technical all-rounder, made all the more impressive that its parent company was in the throws of bankruptcy just one year ago. Originally introduced as a concept at the 2008 Detroit Auto Show, the CTS Coupe lost very little on its journey from concept coupe to production reality, and truly looks like nothing else on the market, which means you’ll either love it or hate it. Style aside, however, there is no denying the CTS Coupe’s mechanical talents. Its wider rear track and chunky rear tires provide ample grip and promote driver confidence, while its direct injection V-6 engine loves to be revved and is torquey enough to push the CTS out of corners with ample shove. And it’s plenty capable as a long distance tourer as well, as any Cadillac should be.
2011 Cadillac CTS Coupe

2011 Cadillac CTS Coupe
What's to Like
A very flexible engine means you have plenty of torque across the rev band, so you don’t need to drop three gears and chase the redline just to pass a car on a two lane road. The cabin is plenty comfortable, and anyone who has been in a CTS will feel immediately at home with the layout. Buyers can sort through a solid list of standard options.
What's Not to Like
The backseat isn’t brutally cramped once you are seated, but ingress and egress are far from easy or graceful. Styling will only resonate with some, but that’s always been a CTS family trait. The chunky pillars and aggressively sloped rear window limit rearward and over-the-shoulder visibility.
The Drive: 
DriverSide Driving Impressions
Unlike its sedan sibling, the interior of the CTS Coupe has a very cocooned feel thanks to the steep slope of the windshield and lower roofline. It’s not cramped by any means, but it certainly feels smaller, and an unfortunate side effect of all its sheet metal is poor rearward visibility. This doesn’t ruin the driving experience, but you will want to have your blinker on for a few seconds before making a lane change as extra insurance. The steering is fairly light but makes up for it by being very accurate, and while steering feedback is minimal, the chassis provides plenty of communication, letting the driver know where all four wheels are at all times and inspiring plenty of confidence. Torque comes on ...

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