About Cadillac CTS
The Cadillac CTS is a mid-size luxury saloon within the brand Cadillac and has now been released to the third generation. Originally based on a four-door sedan on the GM Sigma II platform, the second generation was launched as a two-door and five-door sport wagon in addition to the original four-door version. Designers Wayne Cherry and Kip Wasenko designed the exterior of the first generation in 2003, following the Cadillac Evoq concept - "Art and Science" - while the third-generation Cadillac CTS was designed by Bob Boniface and Robin Krieg.
The Cadillac CTS has been named to Car and Driver magazine's Top 10 Best Cars six times and has won two Best Motor Trend Awards. In 2016, the Cadillac CTS was ranked second in U.S. News' Top 10 Best Midsize Luxury Saloon Cars, only behind the Audi A6. The model started in 2003 and had a body style of two-door, four-door, or five-door. The CTS was the successor of Catera and had not disappeared from the market until 2019 with a three-generation development. The first generation lasted from 2003 to 2007, the second from 2008 to 2013, and the third started in 2013.
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The first-generation Cadillac CTS was produced at the Lansing Grand River Plant of General Motors in Lansing, Michigan, USA. In 2006, it was also assembled and produced in Shanghai, China (Shanghai GM), Miaoli, Taiwan, and Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia, but the production has already been discontinued. The second version CTS was assembled in Russia and the USA, sharing a larger size than its previous model. Also, the appearance was dramatically changed. However, due to the financial crisis during 2007-2008, it failed to spread to Australia and New Zealand. But our parts will not fail you. We successfully gain those parts from the original factory, thus can let your car work perfectly. If you have old parts that need replacement, you can always look at us.
The third generation Cadillac CTS was launched on 26 March 2013. GM began assembling the 2014 version on Sept. 16, 2013, with sales beginning in October 2013, Bob Boniface and Robin Krieg designed the exterior, while Eric Clough was responsible for the interior. The model received a facelift in 2016. The automatic transmission in the 2016 model year, the new 8-speed 8L45 automatic transmission replaces the 6-speed 6L45 with the natural intake 3.0-liter V6-80SN automatic transmission. The V version continues to use the 8-speed Aisin TL-80SN.