’03 Cadillac CTS
Assembly Location Lansing, MI
’03 Price Range $29,990
’02 Price Range
The all-new sport sedan debuted in first-quarter 2002 as an ’03-model replacement for the imported Catera that was dropped at the end of the ’01 model year. The 113.4-in. (2,880-mm) wheelbase car is the first vehicle to be assembled at General Motors Corp.’s all-new Lansing Grand River plant in Lansing, MI. Power is supplied by a 3.2L DOHC V-6 engine that provides 220 hp and 218 lb.-ft. (296 Nm) of torque and is mated to a standard 5-speed Getrag manual transmission. Built on GM’s first new North American rear-dive sedan platform in 20 years, it is Cadillac’s first rear-drive car with a manual transmission in 50 years and the first 5-speed-equipped model since the demise of the Cimarron in model year ’89. The optional 5-speed automatic transmission is the first GM transmission to provide engine braking in all five gears. Beginning in fall 2002, XM satellite radio is optional in conjunction with the optional premium audio and navigation systems.
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