Came in eighth place (speed was the only variable they used in placing them, it looks like) with a 0-60mph time of 5.7 seconds. Overall, the short text they gave it sounded pretty positive, with the exception of the torque steer.
"It is, however, unexpectedly competent, and quite reasonably priced. Our Jared Gall called it “easily the best-driving Buick in recent history,” and said, if not for the omnipresent torque steer, it might drive better than many Lexuses, a claim he made while scanning the heavens for swine on the wing."
"It does, after all, share its chassis and engine with Chevrolet’s Monte Carlo SS and Impala SS, as well as the Pontiac Grand Prix GXP, and front-wheel drive does none of these cars any favors. It is interesting to note that the Buick stops in less distance, holds onto the skidpad longer, and is quicker and faster than any of its platform mates, with shocking high-speed stability, especially considering its roots and the badge on its nose."
Oh, they also mentioned that the new CTS's interior "upstages" the new C-Class's.