freedomisntfree saidDon't know what I think yet. Should not/never be a V6 in a Cadillac - V8s only. Small displacement ok, but make it a V8. 300HP is about a 100 short of where it should be. I don't like the two tone black and white interior, but I’m sure there other choices. Car is about 2 - 3 inches too narrow. I like the short, RWD like, overhang in the front. Rear wheels are too far forward. Nose is too bulbous, but will likely be in everything with the euro pedestrian impact standards. Interesting styling overall with good brand identity.
it looks good but the roofline is too high makes it look like a cruze other than that i like it but having only V8s isn't efficient even small blocks u could get the same power out of a V6 with the right setup a turbo maybe
and it shld be economic V8s are gas hogs
Even if I could get the same power out of a V6, I don't want it - I don't want to hear it. V8s only.
And it's funny regarding the fuel economy - my brother and I both have droids and we both were comparing our long term average fuel economy using an Android app named fuel log. He's a very conservative driver and I am mostly. Both of us live around the same area, go to the same gym, travel pretty much the same roads. I have 6 liters and my long term city average is 18.8 and he has an older Infiniti G35 3.5 liter V6 and he's just over 20mpg overall. My car is also about 350lb heavier. It’s not worth it for 1.2 mpg. If my city average could be 28+ then I would look at it.
Edit: And when the Cruze diesel is out, I may well do it for a daily driver.