Cadillac’s priced the vehicle well below the competition.
Cadillac has been busy reinventing itself with more luxurious vehicles. We recently got all of the information behind Cadillac’s latestflagship model—the Cadillac CT6—and were pleasantly surprised. The CT6 islooking like it’ll be a strong competitor against the likes of the BMW 7 Seriesand Audi A8, but will be priced similarly to the German’s smaller offerings. Cadillacrecently announced that the CT6 will start at $53,495 (all prices exclude the$995 destination charge) for the 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder engine.
A CT6 with the 3.6-liter V6, which is expected to be thebest-selling model that makes 335 hp will start at $55,495, while the 400 hp3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 powered CT6 with all-wheel drive will cost $64,395. A fullyloaded CT6 Platinum will set buyers back $83,465. Cadillac’s range-toppingmodel may not have the same space as the best from Germany, but it won’t costas much while offering the same high-tech features. Cadillac plans to put theCT6 into production in January and onto dealership lots in March. While the CT6’sprice tag is in the sweet spot, we wish the automaker went crazy with the styling.