The 2011 Cadillac CTS Sport Sedan’s signature exterior cues include vertically oriented “light pipes,” horizontal spline lines and a dihedral-shaped hood. The CTS’ athletic form is characterized by sculpted fenders with side air extractors. Seven-spoke, 17-inch wheels or available nine-spoke, 18-inch wheels surround the CTS’ high-performance brake calipers and rotors.
The 2011 CTS Sport Sedan lineup features the following new equipment: New front fender vent design with black inner fin detail; available rear-vision camera system, with a display located in the inside rearview mirror or in the navigation system; available heated steering wheel, which is included with ventilated seats and a wood-trimmed steering wheel on the performance trim level; available 19-inch wheel and tire package with new all-season tires available on selected rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive models.
The interior of the CTS Sport Sedan emphasizes technical precision with elegant, hand-crafted details. An integrated center stack design with a satin metallic finish blends into the lower instrument panel that sweeps forward and away from front-seat occupants. The hand-assembled center console leads seamlessly into the center stack, providing a sportier “cockpit” feel for the driver and passenger without compromising space.
A 3.0L DI V-6 is the standard engine and is rated at 270 horsepower. A 3.6L DI V-6 engine that produces 304 horsepower is available. Both engines balance performance and efficiency while operating on regular unleaded gas. Six-speed automatic transmissions back both engines.
Base model estimated mpg: 18/27
Estimated starting price: $35,500
Compiled by Motor Matters

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