Air conditioning Air Conditioning Alloy Wheels Automatic Headlights Cargo Area Tiedowns Child Safety Door Locks Cruise control Cruise Control Daytime Running Lights Driver Airbag Driver Multi-Adjustable Power Seat Electrochromic Interior Rearview Mirror Electronic Brake Assistance Front Air Dam Front Side Airbag Heated Exterior Mirror Interval Wipers Keyless Entry
Leather Steering Wheel Passenger Airbag Power Windows Separate Driver/Front Passenger Climate Controls Side Head Curtain Airbag Steering Wheel Mounted Controls Subwoofer Tachometer Telematics System Telescopic Steering Column Tire Pressure Monitor Traction control Traction Control Trip computer Trip Computer Trunk Anti-Trap Device Vehicle Stability Control System Voice Activated Telephone
About This Vehicle:2 OwnersFIrst Sold in Scranton PALeather SeatsAll PowerAlloy WheelsCruise & Hands Free PhoneAdjustable Steering WheelXM/CD/FM/AM/AUXOnstarDual Illuminated MirrorsSpacious TrunkCar Seat AnchorsReview from Edmunds.com:Though it now enters its fourth year of production since a full redesign the 2012 Cadillac CTS sedan continues to make a strong case for itself as a solid choice for an entry-level luxury sport sedan. To begin with the CTS is bigger than most of its rivals and that translates to an advantage in terms of interior space. The CTS also boasts one of the most stylish cabins in its class with very nice materials and bountiful high-tech convenience and entertainment features.On the move the CTS takes to corners with an agility and poise that no other Cadillac sedan in history could possibly match. With its coupe wagon and high-performance V variations (reviewed separately) the CTS also offers a wide variety of choices just like its luxury rivals. And for 2012 the CTS gets an upgraded 3.6-liter V6 that produces 318 hp making it one of the more powerful choices in this segment.The CTS isn't without faults however. Despite the power increase the CTS is still a tad slower than competing sport sedans like the 2012 BMW 335i and 2012 Infiniti G37. Those cars are also generally more nimble and more engaging to drive. And if value is important the revised 2012 Chrysler 300 and 2012 Hyundai Genesis are certainly worth looking at. Still the 2012 Cadillac CTS holds its own and certainly presents a distinctly American take on the luxury market. Visit Stone Road Auto online at www.stoneroadauto.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 585-671-4680 today to schedule your test drive.