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Cadillac CT6

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2019
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The CT6 is athletic and lively to drive. While the ride is firm, the CT6 is steady and controlled, and the interior is very quiet. The base engine is a turbocharged four-cylinder, but most buyers will opt for the midlevel nonturbo V6. All-wheel drive is standard on versions with a V6 or V8 engine. The interior is plush and roomy, but in-cabin storage is practically nonexistent. Front-seat comfort is superb, but the rear seat is short on thigh support. The CT6's Super Cruise driver assistance system operates on freeways and monitors the driver to make sure he or she is paying attention. New for 2019, the V model gets a turbo V8. GM has announced that the CT6 will be discontinued this summer.
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2016-2018
2016 Redesign Year
Cadillac CT6 2018
Cadillac's new flagship fits above the CTS and below the BMW 7 Series and Mercedes-Benz S-Class. But it's priced to compete against the luxury midsized crowd. This large sedan possesses some athletic chops and has a steady, controlled ride and a very quiet interior. Most buyers will opt for the mid-level nonturbo V6, while the top trim carries a 404-hp twin-turbocharged V6. The eight-speed automatic is smooth and responsive. All-wheel drive comes standard with the V6s. The interior is posh and roomy, but cabin storage is a bit scant. Despite improvements, the updated Cue infotainment touch screen is still unintuitive.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2018 $40,425 - $60,350 $36,700 - $54,700
2017 $34,125 - $50,575 $30,600 - $45,660
2016 $29,400 - $41,050 $26,100 - $37,100
2019
  • Road Test
  • Predicted Reliability
  • Predicted Owner Satisfaction
2019 Cadillac CT6 Ratings & Reliability
The CT6 is athletic and lively to drive. While the ride is firm, the CT6 is steady and controlled, and the interior is very quiet. The base engine is a turbocharged four-cylinder, but most buyers will opt for the midlevel nonturbo V6. All-wheel drive is standard on versions with a V6 or V8 engine. The interior is plush and roomy, but in-cabin storage is practically nonexistent. Front-seat comfort is superb, but the rear seat is short on thigh support. The CT6's Super Cruise driver assistance system operates on freeways and monitors the driver to make sure he or she is paying attention. New for 2019, the V model gets a turbo V8. GM has announced that the CT6 will be discontinued this summer.
2016-2018
2016 Redesign Year
Cadillac CT6 2018
Cadillac's new flagship fits above the CTS and below the BMW 7 Series and Mercedes-Benz S-Class. But it's priced to compete against the luxury midsized crowd. This large sedan possesses some athletic chops and has a steady, controlled ride and a very quiet interior. Most buyers will opt for the mid-level nonturbo V6, while the top trim carries a 404-hp twin-turbocharged V6. The eight-speed automatic is smooth and responsive. All-wheel drive comes standard with the V6s. The interior is posh and roomy, but cabin storage is a bit scant. Despite improvements, the updated Cue infotainment touch screen is still unintuitive.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2018 $40,425 - $60,350 $36,700 - $54,700
2017 $34,125 - $50,575 $30,600 - $45,660
2016 $29,400 - $41,050 $26,100 - $37,100