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02-26-2009 12:11 PM
BigJoeD I have an 06 V and the only problem I've had is a bad spack plus that took the dealer almost a week to diagnose and fix LOL!! I got alot of other stuff replaced while the figured it out HAHAH
02-03-2009 10:01 AM
Tdiddy_V My v is holding up well....

When i bought mine i did no research..
2 days later i was at the track and popped the clutch at *grand and rearened decided to granade...thank god for warranty
01-25-2009 09:20 PM
Teed
V's holding up....

I would buy one! Mine just broke 30k. Still purrs with light mods on it.
01-22-2009 09:38 AM
diver110
How are the CTS V's holding up?

I drove a V when they first came out and loved it. I decided it was not yet the right time to buy one, but am thinking about buying a used one now. How are they holding up? Safe to buy one wiht 50,000 miles? How many total miles can I expect out of a car it is not worth keeping? Thanks.

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