Many of you have asked me about the new Cadillac XTS and where it would be priced, and now we know that the 2013 Cadillac XTS, the carmaker’s latest luxury sedan, will be at U.S. dealerships later this spring with a starting price of $44,995.
The XTS, unveiled at the New York auto show, will be offered in three trim levels, Luxury, Premium and Platinum, GM said. The Luxury option will start at $49,610, the Premium at $54,505 and the Platinum at $59,080. All prices include a $920 delivery fee.
The carmaker said the XTS, which replaces the recently phased-out DTS and STS sedans, features a 3.6-liter V-6 engine and Cadillac’s new infotainment system, Cadillac User Experience, or CUE, which allows users to make swipe and drag motions on an 8-inch touch screen similar to operating a smartphone.
The XTS comes standard with intelligent brake assist, 19-inch wheels, remote and push button start, leather seating, an 8-inch full color touch screen, HD radio, Bluetooth, a wood trimmed steering wheel and console, BOSE audio, an air quality sensor and an inflator kit.
The Platinum model will get a distinctive front appearance, wheels, interior colors, materials and trim, GM said. An all-wheel-drive system will be offered on all three trim levels above the base model.