Tech specs not available at this time
Thank you for submitting your offer to us. Our staff will get back to you promptly with a response to your request: 2020 Cadillac CT6 3.6L Luxury.
2020 Cadillac CT6
Discount Cadillac Prices
Low CT6 Lease Payments
All Color Options Available Nationwide Delivery
Once the self-proclaimed Standard of the World, Cadillac has seemingly forgotten how to make truly luxurious vehicles, and that includes the 2020 CT6. On the other hand, the automaker has managed to build cars that are really great to drive and benefit from souped-up offshoots—such as the fire-breathing CT6-V. With 550 horsepower and exclusive go-fast bits, it's the hot-rod rebel of an otherwise proper lineup. All models benefit from all-wheel drive and drop-dead gorgeous bodywork. Likewise, lesser trim levels are cheaper than more extravagant rivals. Unfortunately, the smaller Cadillac can't match their level of quality or prestige. Still, driving enthusiasts and brand loyalists will find something to like about the 2020 CT6. For 2020, Cadillac slims down the engine lineup on the CT6, drops rear-wheel drive, and adds newly standard features. The previously available turbocharged 2.0-liter and twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 engines are gone. That makes the non-turbo 3.6-liter V-6 the base engine and the twin-turbo 4.2 V-8 the high-powered alternative. The entry-level CT6 model (Luxury) now comes standard with heated front seats, built-in navigation, a sunroof, and numerous driver assists. Every Premium Luxury now has a Bose Panaray audio system as well as Cadillac's Super Cruise semi-autonomous drive mode. The CT6-V now has advanced adaptive cruise, front and rear automated emergency braking, and night vision all as standard. Platinum models wear unique 20-inch wheels. Unfortunately, the production of the CT6 is set to end in January 2020. We love driving the CT6, and ulterior motives tell us to shell out for the 550-hp Blackwing V-8 on the CT6-V. Even die-hard enthusiasts such as ourselves, however, can't justify spending almost $100,000 in this instance. Instead, we'd recommend the Premium Luxury model that includes more desirable features and high-tech equipment than the regular CT6 Premium. Its list of standard features includes adaptive dampers, rear-wheel steering, head-up display, a heated steering wheel, heated rear seats, four-zone climate control, a rear-seat entertainment system, and more. While even the Premium Luxury trim doesn't fully live up to the latter part of its name, none of those niceties are available on the base model. Likewise, it features state-of-the-art driver assists such as Cadillac's Super Cruise semi-autonomous drive mode and night vision. Every 2020 CT6 features a 10-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. The Premium and Premium Luxury versions are powered by a 335-hp 3.6-liter V-6. While the base engine isn't particularly quick, it'll satisfy most drivers and emits a pleasant exhaust note. A twin-turbo 4.2-liter V-8—called the Blackwing for added effect—makes up to 550 horsepower and 640 lb-ft of torque on the performance-oriented CT6-V. Its rapid acceleration and smooth behavior impressed us, but at nearly six figures, the price of admission did not. Likewise, a detuned version that makes 500 ponies and 574 lb-ft is exclusively bolted to the Platinum model for an equally high price. Regardless of engine, the CT6 is hands down the most satisfying large sedan out there to drive, even if its actual performance numbers fall short of the competition's. The only issue with the Cadillac's sharp steering, peerless body control, and firm suspension (with both the baseline suspension and the optional adaptive dampers with driver-selectable settings) is that we're not sure buyers in the luxo-limousine segment are looking for those attributes. But we sure appreciate them, since they compromise the CT6's ride comfort only slightly and its interior quietude not at all.