2011 Cadillac CTS-V Sedan Values

Select a 2011 Cadillac CTS-V Sedan trim level

2011 model year changes

For 2011, Cadillac's best-selling CTS line gains a new coupe version, joining the existing 4-door sedan and wagon. Styled much like the familiar sedan, the new coupe features a steeper rake to the windshield and unique lines, giving it a bold and aggressive stance. Sedans and wagons are again available with the 3.0L 270-hp V6 or the 3.6L 304-hp V6, while the new coupe gets the 3.6. The CTS-V sedan returns and adds the coupe variant as well. No major changes have been made to the lineup, but Black Ice Metallic and Evolution Green Metallic are now available as extra-cost colors, and new Ebony seats with Saffron sueded fabric inserts are available on CTS-V coupe only. Several new wheel options are also available.

Competitive comparison

Striking design in coupe, sedan, and wagon versions, top-level luxury, muscle car performance from available CTS-V.

Special features for 2011

With its edgy styling, sport-tuned chassis, and luxurious interior appointments, the Cadillac CTS is well-placed to take on mid-size sport sedans from Japan and Europe. And with available all-wheel drive, several body and trim configurations, and its high-performance CTS-V option, it's a strong competitor at several price points.
Introduced in 2009 to high acclaim, the 2011 Cadillac CTS-V Sedan continues its record as the ''Killer Caddy'' competing with Mercedes E-63 AMG, BMW M5 and Jaguar XFR. Sharing its styling with the CTS Sedan but with more aggressive looks, the V is powered by GM's 6.2-liter 556 hp supercharged LSA V-8 borrowed from the Corvette ZR1. A 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic with paddle shift control, 19-inch Michelin Sport Pilot PS2 tires and magnetic ride control, put the power to the ground and helped the CTS-V achieve a record lap time of 7:59.32 at the famed Nürburgring. With optional pop up NAV, Recaro racing seats, suede covered steering wheel and sub 4 second 0-60 times, this Caddy treats 5 passengers to luxury, handling and supercar performance for thousands less than many European rivals.