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    From John's Roofing.


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    Had a XTS for a week as a rental.

    V6 front/ wrong wheel drive.

    Amazing fuel economy, a great road trip car. We drove, fully loaded to Toronto, four of us, and back in serene road gobbling comfort. Probably not as involving as I would prefer. And I would definitely prefer rear wheel drive. I think we managed 26.7 miles per gallon with my cousing driving slightly more conservatively than I. I was doing 85- 90 mph and he was doing 70- 75mph. His missus and her sister were sat in comfort in the back and didn't make any complaints at all. In fact they also remarked on the comfort of the car.

    I've been up for 24 hours at this point. Was at the airport for at least 12 hours, then the flight that I got on was delayed by almost three hours. I'm knackered.

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    http://jalopnik.com/cadillac-is-repl...sed-1797332648

    “We have to rebalance our sedan portfolio,” Johan de Nysschen told Reuters in interview, offering new details about the strategy.

    Cadillac will not directly replace the current XTS, CTS or ATS sedans when they end their life cycles in 2019, he said. Instead, Cadillac will use a single new car called the CT5 to appeal to consumers shopping for sedans priced between $35,000 and $45,000. New versions of the CT6 sedan will be offered to customers who want a larger car starting at $50,000.

    The CT5 will be built at a factory near Lansing, Michigan, that currently builds the slow-selling Cadillac ATS and CTS models. A small luxury sedan to compete with the Audi A3 will be built in the same plant, de Nysschen said.
    Get that weak shit off my track

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    I think I said it when they announced pricing.

    Nobody wants a 60k base model Camaro..

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    *moves the oddly placed CTS upmarket, and introduces ATS underneath.

    ...four years later...


    *deletes ATS and moves CTS back down to awkward place in the market.

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    Yup, that checks out

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    That doesn't look half bad.

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    Cadillac is pulling out of Pirelli World Challenge to focus on their prototypes.

    http://autoweek.com/article/sports-c...enge-gt-racing

    This opens the door for Callaway to sell their C7 GT3s to US customers for PWC.

    http://sportscar365.com/imsa/iwsc/do...r-in-imsa-pwc/
    Get that weak shit off my track

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    Weird; I thought PWC existed solely to sell Cadillacs.

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