Now is the time for a deal.
For some reason, Cadillac currently has the 2020 CT6 full-size sedan listed on its official website. Considering a recent report that claimed CT6 production will cease forever next month, 2020 will be an awfully short model year. However, there are still plenty of 2019 CT6s that remain unsold and Cadillac appears quite anxious to get them off dealership lots. Right now, you can get a 2019 Cadillac CT6 for as much as $4,000 off MSRP. Unlike some previous offers, this one applies to everyone; you don't need to be a current GM owner or lessee.
However, this discount cannot be used towards the CT6-V, an already very limited production 550-horsepower super sedan that suffered numerous production and delivery delays. If buying a new CT6 is not to your liking, then Cadillac is also offering 0 percent APR financing for 36 months through GM Financial.
Prefer to lease? There's a $1,000 offer towards the lease of a new CT6 though it's for current GM lessees with GM Financial. There's also a $2,500 purchase allowance for current owners and lessees. But that $4,000 price drop is actually quite attractive because it lowers the CT6's base price to below $60,000. The CT6 Premium Luxury trim normally has an MSRP of $63,590, which now becomes $59,590. For reference, the next trim, the CT6 Sport begins at $67,590 and the top-end CT6 Platinum at $87,790.
There's also this to consider regarding a new CT6: Super Cruise Technology.
A $2,500 standalone option, Super Cruise offers hands-free driving assistance on select highways in North America. As of right now, over 3,000,000 hands-free miles are available. The system is classified as semi-autonomous, meaning drivers must still pay attention to what's going on around them. Given that 2020 will be an awfully short production year for the CT6, chances are discounts such as those listed above won't last for much longer.
Cadillac claims these offers are good through the end of this month though buyers must take delivery by January 2, 2020.