August 16, 2013 at 6:22 am #45830
Is there going to be a 2014 CTS Sport Wagon? The Cadillac website strongly suggests there will be supported with photos; however, the photos certainly appear to be of the 2013 CTS Sport Wagon.
August 20, 2013 at 10:03 pm #46053
I think Cadillac will make the wagon and coupe onto the ATS model.
August 25, 2013 at 5:05 am #46231
I hope they update/make a good 2014 sport wagon on either platform…an ATS based one would be interesting too.
Last I saw, they may carry current CTS models another year unchanged except for color or something similar…then may be the end of the line. If so I may look to M-B or?… Audi is out except a (nice but) small 4 cyl only model.
Funny that wagons sell very well in Europe.
September 8, 2013 at 7:48 am #46770
SUV’s drive like SUV’s, not a whole you can do from a practical sense. The CTS Sport Wagon is a great compromise; drives like an automobile and carries like an SUV. Easy to fine tune the chassis. Difficult to understand why more people do not want them. Too bad, we are missing a lot.
January 18, 2014 at 9:00 pm #52272
I think the Wagon model should stay as a CTS and not an ATS. I see the CTS Wagon as a future “Classic” and I think an ATS model would diminish the CTS wagon’s uniqueness. Also as the ATS is smaller it would look to much like a Hatchback.
January 19, 2014 at 7:41 am #52280
I am getting ready to order a 2014 CTS Sport Wagon as I am most pleased they still make them. I am going for the Summer Tire Performance Package and Touring Package. Accordingly, I will have a vehicle that will perform reasonably, handle great, have reasonable space and not look like every other vehicle on the road. I drove a CTS V Sport Wagon and it was a great experience; however, I put the minimum mileage requirement at 16/26 MPG which is the same as my C6Z06. Only, after the drive, did I realize how brutally fast my Z06 is, which erases the 1000 pound V penalty.
I am not going to wait on the possibility of another CTS Sport Wagon, too much of a gamble and, an ATS wagon is too small. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
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