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General Motors had significant issues with the 8-spd transmissions installed in Corvettes and Camaro vehicles. A friend of mine recently bough a 2015 Corvette 8-spd (7K miles) and his car started “shuddering” from the transmission. He found there is a class action lawsuit from issues with this transmission. Records showed his car had the torque converter replaced in 2016 trying to correct the problem. Since then GM has found it was the fluid causing the problem as it seemed to have an affinity for attracting moisture. He had the dealer flush the transmission 3 times and refill with the new fluid designed to correct this issue. He’s told me it seems perfect now, but this was a $600 repair.
1400 CT6 Models with 4.2L TT engines
496 ’19 CT6-V 4.2L TT 550 hp
500 ’20 CT6-V 4.2L TT 550 hp
404 ’19 & ’20 CT6 Platinum 4.2L TT 500 hp
This is the closest I’ve been able to narrow it down to from what I’ve read
Making the (1400) 2019-21 CT6-V Blackwing equipped automobiles a very rare car. By comparison Cadillac produced approxiamately 3700 Series 452 automobiles with the exotic V-16 engine between 1930-37. The rarest Cadillac built would be the 1957 Eldorado Brougham at 400 units and the 1958 Eldorado Biaritz with only 304 units. I am very impressed with technical performance of my 2019 CT6-V with smooth power delivery, AWD and 4-Wheel Steering it really is a showcase for Cadillac’s engineering and styling teams.
Yes, but even though, I bought a CT6-V and it’s really a fantasic machine.
Just ordered mine from Cuescreens, $129 2 yr warranty & tools. Hopefully I still have the earlier screen as those installed by dealer after the end of 2017 need a different screen. I had an ’14 ATS Performance at the same time as my ’13 SRX Premium and I’ve had the CUE screens replaced in both, one of them twice so I’ve lost track.
I’ll repost when I get it and install it.