2010 Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon.
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Later this summer, the acclaimed CTS family will expand again with the arrival of the CTS Sport Wagon.
“In a tough market the new CTS Sport Wagon is the right products at the right time, says Steve Shannon,” executive director of marketing for Cadillac. “It offers new dimensions of versatility and fuel efficiency, along with Cadillac’s signature design and technical features.”
The new CTS Sport Wagon offers the same design and technical features of Cadillac’s centerpiece model, the CTS sport sedan – but in a wagon body style that effectively doubles the car’s cargo space. The new Sport Wagon includes the same 3.0-liter Direct Injection engine that serves as the standard engine in the new SRX. In the Sport Wagon, highway fuel economy is estimated to reach 28 mpg.
2010 CTS Sport Wagon Specifications.
• Model: Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon
• Body style / driveline: four-door wagon, RWD or AWD
• Construction: Unitized welded steel body with direct-mounted front cradle and rubber-isolated, multi-link independent rear suspension
• EPA vehicle class: wagon
• Manufacturing location: Lansing Grand River Assembly, Lansing, Michigan.
• Types: 3.0L DOHC V-6 direct injection, variable valve timing, four valves per cylinder or 3.6L V-6 VVT (variable valve timing) with spark-ignition, direct injection.
• Horsepower: 270hp / 201 @ 7000 or 304hp / 227 @ 6400 rpm
• Torque: 223 / 302 @ 5700 or 273 / 370 @ 5200 rpm
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