The 2011 Cadillac CTS-V is wonderfully easy, provided you have the money.
Just one model is on the order sheet, and it includes everything you'd expect from a luxury car. Parking sensors, heated power adjustable front seats, dual-zone climate control, and xenon headlights are standard. A surround-sound stereo with USB and Bluetooth connectivity is standard, and a 40 GB hard drive for internal storage.
Opt for one of the few add-ons available on the CTS-V and you're greeted with one of the best navigation screens we've tested. The color screen extends out of the dash for more navigation features, or retracts for simple audio controls. The navigation also uses XM data to reroute around traffic, which we've found handy in congested metro areas. For 2011, the CTS-V, like all Cadillacs, gets Cadillac Premium Care Maintenance, which covers all oil changes, inspections, and other scheduled maintenance for four years or 50,000 miles.
A rear vision camera and heated steering wheel are newly available, and OnStar has been upgraded.