A GM production document shows the company produced just 38 CTS Sport Wagons in June. Is the company giving up on the wagon? Nope. They're just setting up coupe production, according to Cadillac spokesman Nick Twork. Whew.
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Here's a question: If we could afford them, would more than 38 of us here buy a CTS wagon? (the V version or not, your choice).
Count me in for one. I'd probably get the V6, but if I had the money, I'd swap the engine for an LS7. I know it's weaker than the V, but c'mon! Big block wagon!