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Unlike many luxury vehicles, the Cadillac CTS-V range doesn't divide itself into multiple tiers of trim and equipment levels; it's well-equipped in base form and offers a handful of available technology upgrades.

Standard equipment includes Xenon HID headlamps; Adaptive Forward Lighting system; rearview cameras; rear park assist sensors; rain-sensing wipers; a heated steering whee; heated, powered front seats; dual-zone climate control; 40-GB surround-sound audio; Bluetooth interface; USB connectivity; and DVD compatibility.

Keyless entry is also standard, and can be programmed to automatically unlock the doors as you approach with the keyfob.

High-end audio, a trick navigation system, and excellent standard equipment levels make the 2013 Cadillac CTS-V a legitimate contender in luxury ranks--at a (relative) bargain price.

A navigation system is the primary upgrade option, with a vibrant, attractive screen. A unique feature is its retracting/extending dual-function behavior: a button allows the screen to be drawn down into the dash, leaving a small portion visible for climate and audio controls. With the screen extended upward, full navigation and other functions are visible. Real-time traffic functions are available with XM NavTraffic, enabling live displays of traffic jams and dynamic rerouting.

All Cadillacs now come standard with Cadillac Premium Care Maintenance, which includes oil changes, inspections, and other scheduled maintenance for the first four years of ownership, or 50,000 miles.

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