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2020 Cadillac XT6 Starts at $53,690

2020 Cadillac XT6 Starts at $53,690

Today Cadillac announced pricing for its all-new 2020 XT6 crossover. The new, three-row utility will start at $53,690 for the Premium Luxury version.

Of course, the entry price only includes front-wheel-drive, which explains why the XT6 Sport model is coming in with a starting price of $58,090, which includes a sport-tuned all-wheel-drive system. Both prices include destination charges.

“The XT6 is designed to make every seat the best seat in the house, with every inch carefully considered to offer refinement, comfort, connectivity and safety,” said Steve Carlisle, Cadillac president. “With its host of standard features and two expressions of the signature Cadillac experience, XT6 will offer customers a high level of content with choices for style and driving character.”

XT6 does come standard with a host of features, including effectively every active safety feature expected on a $50,000 crossover in today’s world. That said, it is worth mentioning that Cadillac is not putting adaptive cruise control as standard equipment on the XT6.

All XT6’s are powered by a 310 horsepower 3.6-liter V-6. That power will flow exclusively through a nine-speed automatic transmission.

Cadillac says orders for the XT6 will commence this month, meaning it will begin arriving in Cadillac showrooms this spring.





 

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  1. Tone
    For some context, this starts where the Buick Enclave tops out (Avenir: $53,500). So, the good news is that there is brand/price differentiation. The bad news is it's hard to see what you are getting extra in the XT6 for the money.
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