The 2008 Cadillac STS-V, while offered in only one trim level, has a plethora of standard features, but few optional goodies available for those looking for even more. Reviewers are impressed with the amount of equipment on the Cadillac 2008 STS-V.
Edmunds lists some of the notable standard features of the 2008 STS-V: "Leather/suede upholstery, heated leather-wrapped steering wheel, power sunroof, navigation system w/voice recognition, rear radio controls, wireless cell phone link, head-up instrument display, heated washer nozzles, automatic-dimming headlights." ForbesAutos calls out these standard features exclusive to the Cadillac 2008 STS-V: "stiffer stabilizer bars and suspension springs, a quicker steering ratio, high-performance brakes, and a performance-tuned chassis, all of which increase the car's cornering abilities without creating an unduly harsh ride." Cars.com joins the fray, detailing the Cadillac 2008 STS-V: "Its special sculpted hood allows space for the engine's supercharger, and its 10-spoke, painted aluminum-alloy wheels are exclusive."
For those seeking options, the 2008 STS-V's selection is a bit slim, but it has a few to offer. Namely, deleting the 2008 Cadillac's sunroof will save buyers $996, while adding special paint or an engine block heater will set them back $826 and $83, respectively.