Cadillac is now taking orders for its largest SUV, the three-row XT6 thatís expected in showrooms this summer. Pricing starts from $53,690 for the Premium Luxury FWD model. The lineup also includes the XT6 Sport, with standard Sport Control AWD, which starts at $58,090 (including destination charge). Note the base CT6 model is priced slightly higher than the also soon-to-launch Lincoln Aviator but the Aviatorís prices stretch up to nearly $90K and its lineup includes a plug-in hybrid option.)
Premium Luxury and Sport Trims
Based on the same platform GMC Acadia, bright Galvano exterior accents distinguish the Premium Luxury model, while the XT6 Sport is defined by gloss black accents and more aggressive, performance-inspired details. Both models feature advanced lighting technology, including vertically emphasized LED signatures.
Cadillac also says a greater emphasis on ďroad isolationĒ is placed on the Premium Luxury, while a greater feeling of agility is dialed into the Sportís chassis tuning. To that end the Sport gets standard all-wheel drive but itís front-wheel drive for the entry-level Premium Luxury trim.
Standard features for both XT6 Premium Luxury and Sport models include:
Safety and Driver Assistance:
Seven standard airbags: Dual-stage frontal airbags for the driver and front passenger; seat-mounted side-impact airbags for the driver and front passenger; knee airbag for the driver; and roof rail-mounted head-curtain airbags for outboard positions of all three seating rows
HD Rear Vision Camera with Remote Wash
Forward Collision Alert
Following Distance Indicator
Automatic Emergency Braking
Front Pedestrian Braking
Front and Rear Park Assist
Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert
Rear Cross Traffic Alert
Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning
Safety Alert Seat
Rear Seat Reminder
Design, Craftsmanship and Convenience:
Exotic wood finishes include like Black Olive Ash or Carbon Fiber trim with ombrť finish
Bi-functional LED headlamps with IntelliBeam, LED daytime running lamps tail lamps
Heated, leather-wrapped steering wheel with power tilt/telescope function
UltraView power sunroof with power sunshade
Seven-passenger seating (six-passenger with second-row captainís chairs available)
Power-folding third-row seat and remote fold-down feature for the second-row seat
Rotary controller with Cadillac-first jog function
Over-the-air vehicle software updates
NFC phone pairing
Wireless charging for compatible phones
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility
Six USB ports (two Type A and four Type C), one SD card slot and two 12-volt power outlets
4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot (includes 3GB or three months of data, whichever comes first)
Cadillac Connected Access, with 10 years of standard connectivity which enables services such as vehicle diagnostics, dealer maintenance notification, Cadillac Smart Driver, Marketplace and more
An available Enhanced Visibility and Technology Package builds on the standard safety and driver assistance features and other technologies, adding: an 8-inch-diagonal color gauge cluster display, color Head-Up Display, Rear Camera Mirror, Rear Camera Mirror Washer, HD Surround Vision, Surround Vision Recorder, Rear Pedestrian Alert and Automatic Parking Assist with Braking.
Additionally, the available Driver Assist Package adds Adaptive Cruise Control Ė Advanced, Automatic Seat Belt Tightening and Enhanced Automatic Emergency Braking. Night Vision11 is also available.
All models in North America are powered by a 3.6L V6 that delivers 310-horsepower and featuring direct injection, Active Fuel Management and Stop/Start technologies. It is matched with a nine-speed automatic transmission controlled via Cadillacís Electronic Precision Shift, which uses electronic controls in place of a conventional mechanical linkage.
Aforementioned all-wheel drive is available on Premium Luxury and a performance-oriented Sport Control AWD system is standard on XT6 Sport. The Sport model also features standard Continuous Damping Control (CDC) Active Sport Chassis suspension to deliver greater control and agility.
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I have had a 2014 & now have a 2017 GMC Arcadia denalli and its due to be turned in in November of this year. Due you think its worth it in the increase in price of 7k to step up to the new Cadillac XT6 I know they are going to be on the chassis & motor
March 22, 2019 @ 4:06pm
Chris, I think it is worth looking at numbers for sure. The XT6 is certainly a step up and a very nice SUV. Everyone I help get one loves it!
March 15, 2019 @ 10:17pm
While the GMC Arcadia and the Cadillac XT5 (and I would bet the new Chevy Blazer) are based on the same chassis, I believe the "platform" for the XT6 is the same used by Buick, the Enclave and Chevrolet, the Traverse. I thought I read somewhere about these platforms... something like C4, C5 and C6. That might not be exactly correct but it does explain the Cadillac line up and now the Chevy line up as well.