Cadillac dropped off a CT6 (3.6 V6) Premium Luxury AWD sedan with rear wheel steering, magnetic suspension, Panaray audio, and many other goodies and technology. One week with a $77k was hard to resist. Here's my review, and what it's like to live with a CT6. For those of you who were playing along with the Mystery Car series, this is Mystery Car #1.
I declare the 2016 Infiniti Q50 Red Sport 400 the Best Car of 2016! My previous quick drive and review of the 2016 Infiniti Q50s 3.0t Red Sport 400 resulted in a big 0-60 mph surprise from this RWD, 7-speed auto, 400 horsepower twin turbo V6 engine - what a beautiful concept. The interior is equally as brilliant, with a unique and stellar touch-screen setup.
The GMC Acadia Denali has more interior space than the XC90. The Acadia also takes up less space in the garage than the Volvo. I reviewed the 2017 GMC Acadia Denali for a week and found something interesting: it's actually better than the Volvo XC90. Granted, the GMC isn't perfect, but it's 310hp V6 engine and smooth ride quality make it enjoyable to review.
This $100k 2016 CTS V from Cadillac could be the ultimate track-ready race sedan with a 640hp and 630 lb-ft supercharged V8 engine and 8-speed automatic transmission. To top it off, the CTS-V features performance traction management (PTM), magnetic ride control, electronic limited slip differential, Brembo brakes, and the best steering feel on the planet. Of course, what makes a CTS-V look like the real deal is the optional Carbon Fiber Package.