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Cadillac is General Motors premium brand much like Lexus is to Toyota. Cadillac has been building cars for 100 years now and has a fantastic heritage. The latest model year ’09 Cadillac CTS is a world class luxury sport sedan. In 2008 it was voted Motor Trend Magazine Car of the Year. The reaction to the second generation CTS has been extraordinary. Not only has CTS garnered enthusiastic praise and countless awards from the global automotive media, it’s also won over thousands of discerning driving enthusiasts who might otherwise have chosen one of its esteemed German competitors.

The CTS Cadillac is built in an exclusive Cadillac Factory in Detroit. This luxury Sports Sedan is slightly smaller than a Commodore and is rear wheel drive. It is powered by a choice of two V6 engines a 3.6 litre or a 2.8 litre which are married to the super smooth 6-speed Hydra-Matic automatic transmission with driver shift control. Standard features include dual zone climate control air conditioning, all speed traction control and electronic stability control, four wheel independent suspension, 8 way power seats and alloy wheels, with optional premium packages of ultra view sunroof, 18 inch wheels and Bose cabin surround sound system.

In May of 2009 the Ebbett Group exclusively acquired 88 3.6 litre vehicles which had been destined for launch in the Australian and New Zealand markets and offered these for sale with a 3 year, 100,000km warranty. In January 2010 a further 71 vehicles, a mix of 2.8 and 3.6 models built for the UK market, were imported to be sold on similar terms. The Ebbett Group carries a large inventory of parts and body panels and has also established supply lines from overseas. Its trained technicians are equipped with special service tools and are connected to Cadillac through the GM global computer system for all service bulletins.

The initial shipment of Cadillac’s was a sellout success. If you are an existing Cadillac owner or are interested in finding out more about them please contact us at Ebbett.

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