Used 2014 CadillacCTS 2.0L Turbo Sedan

  • VIN: 1G6AW5SX4E0165411
  • Stock: 50520D1

Dealer Notes

*Local Trade, *Leather, *Navigation/Nav/GPS, *Heated & Cooled Seats, *Non-Smoker, *Heated Steering Wheel, *Push Button Start, *Remote Start, *USB Port, *Rear Camera, 17 inch Wheels, 2.0L 4 Cylinder, All Wheel Drive, Power Driver Seat, Power Passenger Seat, Memory Seating, Keyless Entry, Cadillac Cue, Garage Door Opener, Satellite Radio Ready, Reverse Sensing, OnStar, the factory warranty on this vehicle has expired, however we put a one month or 1000 mile warranty on the powertrain, extended service plans are available, financing is available for most credit situations, for more details or any questions please contact Greg Schafer or Larry Giovinco at 319-895-8500 or 1-800-421-8502.

Why buy at Lynch Ford Chevrolet?

We are Eastern Iowa's #1 Volume Ford Dealer, conveniently located in Mt. Vernon. We are a short 15-20 minute drive from Cedar Rapids, Marion, Hiawatha, Solon, North Liberty, Iowa City, Coralville, Anamosa and Monticello.

At Lynch we have built our business on a foundation of providing a customer experience that can't be found anywhere else. It is this same foundation that we will use as we continue to grow our business. Our award-winning sales department provides a no-pressure buying experience with salaried sales consultants. We have a great selection, with over 300 new and used vehicles to choose from.

Lynch Ford Chevrolet is a thirteen-time recipient of the Ford Motor Company's President Award! Each year, Ford Motor Company honors a select group of Ford dealers who have demonstrated exceptional achievement in customer satisfaction. The President's Award is Ford Motor Company's highest honor. This award acknowledges those Ford Dealerships that have led the nation in exceptional service and vehicle ownership experiences for their customers. Less than 1% of Ford Dealers nationally are multiple time winners of this award.

Lynch Ford Chevrolet invites you to come see how we really are selling and servicing a lot of vehicles in a very different way!
Odometer
66,709 miles
Fuel Economy
19.0/28.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Phantom Gray Metallic
Interior Color
Light Platinum W/Jet Black Accents
Body
Sedan
Transmission
6-Speed Automatic
Drivetrain
AWD
Engine
2 2.0L Turbo I4 DI DOHC VVT
Cadillac CTS
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Included Packages & Options

  • Seating Package$3,500
    • Leather Seating Surfaces
    • Single Disc CD/MP3 Player
    • Split-Folding Rear Seat
    • Heated Driver & Front Passenger Seats
    • Heated/Ventilated Driver & Front Passenger Seats
    • Outside Heated Power-Adjustable Mirrors
    • LED Accent Lighting
    • Heated Steering Wheel Rim
    • Power Rake/Telescopic Steering Wheel Column
  • Radio: CUE Info/Media Control/Embedded Navigation$905
    • Bose Premium 13-Speaker Surround Sound System
Included Options
  • Front License Plate Bracket$15
  • Wheel Locks$50

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.7Out of 5
  • Close but no cigar

    By yikesboy on Saturday, March 14, 2020

    3.0
    After owning this car -- from a brand that I never thought I'd own I must say -- I have come to terms with its shortcomings and learned to enjoy its strengths. Re my aversion to the brand, when I was younger, my impression was that Caddys were driven by middle aged cigar chomping buffoons who didn't care about handling, gas mileage etc. Just looking for a sofa on wheels that stated that they were successful. Well, I got over that brand aversion when I test drove one. First off, if there was a handling score here, I'd give it 5 stars. It's balanced, agile and thoroughly confidence-building in its ability to negotiate pretty much anything I throw at it. All the while, it's a pleasant freeway ride too. Kudos to the team for creating one of the best handling cars I've ever experienced. Likewise, I enjoy the luxury appointments and look and feel of the cabin and styling. It's body style and aggressive front end is aging pretty well (2 years can be a long time in the automotive world). Trunk space is a tad tight but works well for my needs -- a weekend musician who needs to carry around pro audio product. Room is the back seat may be on the edge of punishing for anyone over the age of 14, but the front part of the interior is very comfortable with quality seating and good general UX. So now on to the less-than-stellar. My twin turbo 4 cylinder engine generates some decent horsepower but the turbo lag feels like I have an 1980s engine under the hood. Stab the accelerator pedal and wait...and then finally things start to happen. And yes, this happens even in the sport mode. Also, when the transmission is cold, it tends to slip in first couple of minutes as the car warms up. Moving to the most annoying part of this car, I have to call out the CUE system. I use Apple Car Play pretty much exclusively and have found that it's well implemented in pretty much every other car brand that I've tried (I travel a lot and rent lots of brands). Day to day, the Caddy often won't launch Car Play and I need to replug it in via the USB cable to wake up the CUE system that there's a phone on the other end asking for the screen. Even worse, once every month or so, the CUE system gets even more confused. Even though disabled in the System settings, the screen indicates that CUE is trying to fire up Android Auto and blasts radio at an uncomfortably loud volume. This is really annoying and requires that I literally unplug the phone and start again. Even when Car Play is connected and working "properly", there appears to be an audio glitch playing music from my phone every so often (and yes, I've swapped out USB cables etc). I'd wager that the CUE head doesn't have enough memory to be able to cache the song playing from my iPhone. It's noticeable in the range of milliseconds of dropout, but as a musician, I find it really annoying. The sad thing about this is that the sound system, as much as I usually dislike Bose product, is really good. On my soapbox here, I think that car companies either have to acknowledge that they are incapable of providing a system that can meet Apple's or Android's (in terms of functionality, navigation etc) and fully embrace providing a host system to accommodate them, or take a page out of Tesla's book, and really go to town on creating a great one that exceeds the phone's. So on the upside, there's great handling, attractive styling, and a luxurious and comfortable interior (for the front occupants). Things that bring down my rating are: 1980s style turbo lag, a lack of spaciousness in the back seat, and a really poorly implemented infotainment system (CUE). To be fair, it has been a very reliable car from the standpoint of starting up everyday with nothing falling apart or breaking off, but this is something we expect now in the cheapest vehicles. So much potential here just missing some refinement!
  • Nice car

    By AJBCARS on Saturday, April 20, 2019

    4.0
    I have owned every german manufactured vehicle and this was my first american car. Love the looks, options and performance. I have had no issues with the car other than normal maintenance, i.e, oil changes and one software upgrade. Looking to trade in my german SUV on a V model cadillac.
  • Great product

    By steve on Wednesday, August 08, 2018

    5.0
    This vehicle puts a smile on my face every time I drive it. I have never driven a car so easy to drive on highway, tracks the road effortlessly requiring minimum steering and boy does it handle on twisty roads. I can not find a vehicle I like better, It has all the bells and whistles one could ask for.

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