2008 Cadillac CTS tops BMW and Mercedes in Consumer Reports test

The new 2008 Cadillac CTS has outscored both of its German rivals including the BMW 328i and the Mercedes-Benz C300 in Consumer Reports’ 2008 upscale sport sedan review. Even though the new CTS came in third after the Infiniti G35 and the Acura TL, it still stood out in the Consumer Reports’ test earning a rating of ‘excellent’ over the BMW 328i and the Mercedes-Benz C300 which earned ‘very good.’

“The Cadillac CTS now competes toe-to-toe with some of the best German and Japanese sport sedans,” said David Champion, senior director of automotive testing for Consumer Reports.

Consumer Reports points out that the 328i and Saab 9-3, which was also included in the test, both have average or better reliability. The reliability of the 2008 CTS and C300 is unknown.

Audi will also enter the sports-sedan segment later this year with the new 2009 A4.

Click here to read the 2008 Cadillac CTS Review.

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Source: Consumer Reports

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