A missing ingredient?

In order to make the CTS Sport Wagon appealing price-wise, the base car is equipped with a 270-hp 3.0L V6, a 6-speed automatic gearbox and RWD. Price: $44,325. Moving up to AWD adds an extra $2,625. My tester necessarily included every option under the sun. It therefore carries an asking price of just over $63,000. For this sum, you get the 304-hp 3.6L V6 and AWD, not to mention the arm-length list of features.

Fit and finish is especially nice and the choice of materials is worthy of the name Cadillac.

So what is the missing ingredient? Well, those in the УknowФ know that both the sedan and the coupe are available in УVФ trim. The wagon is not. How insane would a 556-hp CTS-V sport wagon be? About as crazy as a Mercedes E63 AMG wagon perhaps... Ok, back to reality...

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