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BBC: Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon -- a collector's item?

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What qualifies a car to be considered a future classic?

And who among the world’s pre-pubescent soccer prodigies will become the next Lionel Messi? Such is the challenge of predicting a car’s allure to tomorrow’s collectors. For those who try, however, consensus has recently coalesced around the Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon.

As with artworks that are regarded as blinding masterpieces only decades after their creation, so it is with certain cars. Over its four-year lifespan, the CTS Sport Wagon has earned just 8,600 customers worldwide. During that same period, Cadillac shipped 232,000 of its SRX sport crossover, a vehicle priced on a virtual par with its stable mate. Popular, the Sport Wagon is not.

But beloved it is, if only by a thin slice of the marketplace and the ranks of automotive journalism. Pat Devereux wrote in Top Gear magazine that in CTS-V guise, which brings a 6.2-litre V8 engine derived from the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, the Sport Wagon may be superior to its pricey German rivals – the Audi RS6 Avant and Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Wagon. Alex Lloyd of Motoramic recently called it the best-looking wagon on the market.

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