CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA -- I want to get the styling thing out of the way. You'll like the sheetmetal of General Motors Corp.'s all-new '03 Cadillac CTS. Or you won't. You probably will not be neutral. For me, the front works, the back doesn't, and even the optional "sport" wheel/tire package is hopelessly too small, particularly compared to the thick doughnuts you see these days on BMWs. End of story. Styling's subjective, so decide for yourself; we're here today to talk about what really ...

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