When it comes to modern station wagons, the Cadillac CTS-V Sports Wagon and the Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG are the two most coveted ones. Both have powerful V8 engines that send their power to the rear wheels. Both handle and stop like proper sports cars but add the functionality of a long roof. Unfortunately we, as the American car buying public, have given up on station wagons. I will predict that some day wagons will once again become popular, but in the mean time we are all about cross-overs. Sad.
The good thing is that of the several hundred CTS-V Sport Wagons that were built, one [sc name=”ebay” itemid=”252488320414″ linktext=”is now on eBay”]. 556 horsepower, optional Recaro seats, Magnetic Ride Control, Brembo brakes, 19-inch wheels, it’s all there. If there is a downside is that it is equipped with the less desirable, but arguably better, automatic transmission.
The really good news is that it is for sale by owner, the original owner, and it has only 4250 miles on the odometer. The vehicle history comes up clean, too.
[sc name=”ebay” itemid=”252488320414″ linktext=”From the ad” ]:
we bought this car after dreaming of owning it for years now own it for 2 years almost and found our self’s not driving it . Did few hundred miles this year and and as of 8/8 we are at 4300 miles , we do use it on weekends for a ice cream run as we call it 🙂 so milage goes up very little every week all original ,1 owner ,wife drove it 2 times ,no smoking . you are welcome to look at it in person , its as the day we bought it. covered with original gm cover , garage kept in winter , no racing or burnouts , you will be happy. questions 860 597 XXXX if you are looking at this car then you must know or will find out soon that KBB and or other car value services are NOT accurate not even close to what these cars are selling for,there were only 2k made in 4 year run and only about 400 in 2014 .i’m also not a dealer can’t take trades or get you loan . I lowered price to what I would have accepted the lowest offer to be. Will not sale it for any less
This could be the lowest mileage CTS-V in existence. The asking price of $66,000 is not far from the original price as new. The question is, what do you do with once you buy it? Do you drive it? Do you put it in a bubble and hope that one day you will double your money?