Evaluation: Represented with 43,180 miles. Some light scratches, very small rock chips and minor scuffs on the nose and bottom front lip but otherwise well-kept paint. Very well kept interior. The wheels could stand a detailing. Moderately used.
Bottom Line: Despite (or perhaps because of) being a car that does everything and does it well, 6-speed versions of the V wagon never really depreciated from their sticker price of around 63 grand and more or less became instant collectibles among fast wagon fans. Since GM ceased production of these five-door haulers in 2014, they’ve only gone up in value, and this price is about right for one in this condition with these miles. CTS-V wagons with an automatic can command around 15 percent less.