Cadillac XTS - Consumer Reports

2013-2019
2013 Redesign Year
As a replacement for the plush DTS flagship, the XTS falls short. It handles better, but the ride is jittery and feels very ordinary for a luxury car.
Further, the 3.6-liter V6 sounds coarse when prodded. The XTS does have a quiet, posh, and beautifully finished interior however, and the seats are very comfortable. But the touch-activated CUE infotainment interface is unintuitive and frustrating to use, and the high rear deck impedes the view aft. Various safety systems, including lane-departure detection, will vibrate the driver's seat as a warning. A high-performance Vsport version with a twin-turbo V6 is also available, and all-wheel drive is an option on all but the base-trim versions. Changes for 2016 included adding Apple CarPlay to the infotainment system, wireless phone charging, and a 360-degree view camera. Updates for 2018 included some suspension and appearance enhancements. 2019 was the final year for the XTS.
$27,850 - $47,375
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$24,575 - $41,425
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$19,875 - $32,025
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$18,075 - $28,050
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$17,000 - $23,675
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$16,450 - $19,175
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$14,300 - $17,225
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