We already spent some time with the 2015 Hyundai Genesis on roads in and around Scottsdale, Arizona. However, Arizona and Chicago are completely different beasts; Chicagoans, for example, aren't used to traffic-free, pothole-free expanses of curvy state highways. While a car might perform well in the media-drive environment, a more-or-less handpicked location, things might not be that great in locations with dubious road quality.
We've come a long way from the time when you'd immediately look at a Cadillac and go, "That's something my grandfather would drive." These days, there are a number of cars in the automaker's lineup that appeal to the younger folks, the ones that still like to put their right feet down and feel something. Nowhere is that more evident than in the current CTS Vsport, a twin-turbo, 420-horsepower middle finger to the Cadillac stereotype.
Let's be honest here - body-on-frame SUVs are a dying breed. Unibody variants are far more comfortable, and thus, far better equipped for the average suburbanite that will be hauling four people around, each represented by a stupid vinyl stick figure on the back window. Nobody wants the bone-shaking, cabin-swaying experience that comes with living on an Arctic fishing vessel ... erm, we mean, driving a body-on-frame SUV.
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