2010 Cadillac CTS-4 Station Wagon For decades Cadillac never built a station wagon, yet there are a surprising number of them around. For reasons that were never totally clear, the Cadillac division of General Motors for most of its history had a strict policy of staying out of the station wagon market. Yet, as Dr. Ian Malcolm, (Jeff Goldblum), noted in Jurassic Park, life finds a way. While Cadillac wagons were never built in any great number, they were produced in endless variety and by every kind of third-party supplier, from neighborhood body shops to the country\'s finest coachbuilders. Indeed, an entire book could be produced on the subject of Cadillac station wagons. This is just a quick look from 10,000 feet. In 2010, the Cadillac division finally reversed its policy and offered a production station wagon, the CTS, followed in 2011 by a CTS-V high-performance version sporting a 556-hp supercharged V8. The wagons were not big sellers and when the CTS platform was redesigned for 2014, they were dropped. Recently, Cadillac officials have suggested that a wagon based on the current CT5 sedan could be introduced. But given the supremacy of SUVs and crossovers in the U.S. vehicle market these days, we wouldn\'t bet on it. For consignment, a diamond cut design CTS-4 station wagon from 2010 with all the amenities one would expect from the luxury marquis Cadillac Bathed in menacing black, sporting a 3.0 Liter V6 capable of 270hp, heated and cooled seats and all wheel drive, a great example of what is sure to become a modern classic. Exterior The CTS-4 models feature a traditional dihedral Cadillac grille with eggcrate backing, along with an diamond cut styled front fascia which transfers to the similarly styled hood and headlights. This CTS station wagon exterior incorporates a number of unique cues that blend function with aesthetics. The diamond cut design continues down the slab sides of this family hauler and are accentuated by the slightly sloping aerodynamic roofline and dark tinted glass that all work together to give the impression of motion all the while standing still. Standard blackwall shod 17 multi spoke wheels adorn the corners, these wheels are showing very slight curbing scratches. All this is bathed in black which presents nicely but upon close inspection shows a few chips and dings that are normal for the age and mileage. Rounding out the rear are cathedral style tail lights that wrap up and over the quarter panels and melt into the roofline as well as a diamond cut third brake light that works as an eyebrow over the dual opening rear tailgate complete with rear defogger and wiper. A true cutting edge design all the while encapsulating you inside in luxurious comfort...a diamond of many carats for sure! Interior This CTS interior features streamlined instrumentation in the form of a trio of circular instrumentation on the central driver\'s side dash, LED lighting and hand-cut-and-sewn accents. We see leather hides in black on the seats with power controls and the heated and cooled seat option. These seats, with their oversized bolsters are designed to hold the driver and front passenger in place during cornering. Complementing the performance seating is a thick steering wheel with cruise control as well as auxiliary radio buttons. Large instruments have bold readouts in white face and a LCD display for a small information center. Silver accents grace the center stack which features an audio system including AM/FM stereo, Sirius satellite radio capability, USB with audio connectivity, and Bluetooth phone connectivity. This stack melts down into the faux carbon fiber and silver highlighted console complete with shifter, (automatic and sport manual modes), heated and cooled seat controls and the electronic parking brake control. All flooded in black carpeting which is pristine including the way back cargo area. Stay comfortable and be styling\' while you do it. Drivetrain Cram
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