Used Cadillac CTS For Sale Near Louisville, KY

The Cadillac CTS had an impressive run from 2003 to 2019, but now that it is officially discontinued, the only way you can get one now is to get a used Cadillac CTS for sale. Not all hope is lost, however. Our inventory promises to deliver the most impressive models of the Cadillac CTS so that you can relive its glory days all over again. We are the used car dealer Louisville residents love to visit time and time again because we have such an impressive selection. Come visit us for a blast from the past with a used Cadillac CTS for sale.

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What Trims Will I See?

Given as this is a selection of used vehicles, our inventory is constantly ebbing and flowing, like our great Kentucky River. As is the case for our used Chrysler 300 for sale, what's in stock one day might not be there the next, and you may not see anything like it again for months or even years. Our used Cadillac CTS is an incredibly popular model, too, meaning that we get a lot of interest in every one of its models that pops up on our lot. There are dozens of Cadillac CTS models you might see, but here are the ones that are likely to come up the most in our inventory.

  • Used Cadillac CTS Base
  • Used Cadillac CTS Turbo Luxury
  • Used Cadillac CTS Luxury
  • Used Cadillac CTS Premium Luxury
  • Used Cadillac CTS Twin Turbo V-Sport
  • Used Cadillac CTS Twin Turbo V-Sport Premium Luxury
  • Used Cadillac CTS Turbo Performance
  • Used Cadillac CTS Performance
  • Used Cadillac CTS-V

What Years Will I See?

As with the trims, there's no sure way to tell what model years will be coming to our inventory of the used Cadillac CTS for sale. Seeing as the Cadillac CTS was available for 16 years, there are a lot of possibilities on what you could see and even the features that you'll find. Let's go through a few years that we see a lot and that people are excited to find in our selection.

  • 2007 Cadillac CTS: The 2007 model featured a V6 engine with rear-wheel drive and a six-speed manual transmission. You could also find a post-collision safety system, dusk-sensing headlamps, remote keyless door locks, heated mirrors, and an eight-way adjustable driver's seat.

  • 2008 Cadillac CTS: In 2008, the Cadillac CTS sported a similar engine as the previous year and got 304 horsepower. It added emergency braking assist, an eight-speaker audio system, speed-proportional power steering, dual-zone front climate control, and leatherette seating.

  • 2009 Cadillac CTS: 2009 saw the addition of four one-touch power windows, nine exterior color options, a leather-wrapped shift knob, Bose premium speakers, and auto-delay off headlamps.

See? Buying used doesn't mean you're going to feel like you're driving something from the 1900s! And, if you want a black Cadillac CTS, you're very likely to find one, as most model years offered several shades of black for the exterior color. Getting a blue Cadillac CTS may be a little more of a search, so keep this page bookmarked if your heart is set on getting one!

Where Do Used Cars Come From?

Many people are unsure about the origins of used cars. Rest assured, we don't fish them out of the local lake. A lot of our used selection, including the likes of our used Honda vehicles for sale, comes from recent lease returns. Now, older models often come in as trade-ins from dedicated Cadillac drivers who are ready to upgrade to newer models. That means they've been given a lot of care and love throughout their lifetime.

Not to mention, our used car reconditioning process is thorough. We intricately inspect, detail, sanitize, and road test our vehicles before we present them to the public for sale.

FAQs

Is a Cadillac CTS expensive to maintain?

The Cadillac CTS is actually pretty far below the average annual maintenance cost for same-class vehicles. On average, its upkeep costs about $663 in any given year. Other luxury vehicles of the class usually cost around $740 per year to maintain. We'd say that's a win!

What is the life expectancy of a Cadillac CTS?

The Cadillac CTS can easily last for more than 150,000 miles as long as you keep up with a regular maintenance schedule. If you want to increase its life expectancy, always bring your car in for service at the first sign of trouble, be it leaking, rattling, squeaking, or anything abnormal that's happening with your car.

How much is an oil change for a Cadillac CTS?

You can usually expect to pay somewhere between $137 and $147 for an oil change for your Cadillac CTS. This is excluding the added cost of labor, which will usually be somewhere in the ballpark of $40.

What year of the Cadillac CTS is best?

This is largely a matter of opinion, but we're pretty fond of the 2017 Cadillac CTS. It was way ahead of its time, seeing as it included features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It also had CTS-V as well as V-Sport on some models, giving more attention to the harmony between aesthetics and performance. Which model do you think is the best?

Does Cadillac CTS require synthetic oil?

All CTS and CTS-V models are required to have SAE 5W-30 oil. This oil performs incredibly well because of its viscosity. Its not-too-thick, not-too-thin nature allows it to perform exceptionally in both hot and cold weather. This type of oil comes in both synthetic and conventional variants. The OEM also recommends that you always use Dexos oil.

Get a Used Cadillac CTS for Sale Today

If you live near Louisville, you're in luck. You can visit Quantrell Auto Group and find a used Cadillac CTS for sale that's perfect for you. If you need a little help in your search, don't hesitate to visit us or give us a call and see if we have exactly what you're looking for, or get in the know and be one of the first to find out when a different model hits our lot. Quantrell Auto Group is here for all your used car needs, so visit us today.

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