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2020 Cadillac CT5-V $40,000 Less Than CTS-V

2020 Cadillac CT5-V $40,000 Less Than CTS-V

Cadillac is in the process of rebalancing its sedan portfolio, which includes drastically lower prices than the previous ATS and CTS lineup. As such, the 2020 Cadillac CT5-V is significantly cheaper than the CTS-V it indirectly-but-not-really replaces.

According to Cadillac the CT5-V will start at just $48,690, including destination charges. In comparison, the CTS-V starts at $86,995; a near $40,000 delta between the two cars.

Of course, theres an equitable delta in performance between the two cars. The 2020 CT5-V has a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 with 360 horsepower and 405 pound-feet of torque, while the CTS-V is packing a 640 horsepower V-8 and runs with the likes of AMG cars.

Buyers will certainly be able to drive up that base price with plenty of options. All-wheel-drive, for example, costs an extra $2,600. Option packages range from premium paint to a $6,260 package that includes semi-aniline leather and other luxury goodies.

Interested buyers can head over to the Cadillac consumer website and build their own CT5-V now. The car is slated to arrive in Cadillac showrooms shortly.





 

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  1. Dec 2, 2019 at 10:05 pm

    Yeah something is wrong with Cadillac executives. They don’t know what there doing, and it been like that for awhile with the brand. They are going backwards with Cadillac. The style is watered down, and the new 2.0 liter turbo is a step back in performance, from 272 hp to 237hp. I don’t think people mind spending couple thousands more for decent luxury sedan. We’ll see how well they do in sales.

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  1. adk024
    Pure travesty what is happening to Cadillac.
    Jesda
    It looks like $22,000.
    Tone
    Forget the CTS-V. This seems like a step down from the CTS V-Sport, which had a 420 hp, twin turbo V6. See Road and Track's take, calling the car "criminally overlooked." I guess this is cheaper, but it's less car for less money, which doesn't seem like great value proposition for Cadillac. If there was demand for a cheaper-yet premium sports sedan, it could easily sit on the Chevy showroom floor across from the mid-engine Corvette C8.
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