2020 Cadillac CT6: A Complete Review
- December 6, 2019
- Cadillac Review
- Posted by Dan Rose
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Cadillac is one of America’s foremost auto brand that is renowned for its fleet of quality and luxurious vehicles. Every feature that comes with a Cadillac vehicle, from the engine to safety features, interior touch, and drop-dead gorgeous bodywork,all fits the description of a proclaimed Standard of the World. In recent times, the auto brand seems to have lost its famous strong whelms on luxury and quality cars.
The 2020 Cadillac CT6
The Cadillac CT6 seems to be in its last phase, as the GM has earlier announced the closure of its Detroit-Hamtramck plant and a couple of other US plants by January next year, all in a bid to cut cost. However, the CT6 will still be in production in China.
If there’s any better word to describe the new Cadillac CT6, it is ‘supercruise.’ The latest CT6 is an optimum drivers’ ride, designed with a perfect blend of exquisite interior and ample sedan space, with a driving dynamics of a much smaller sports sedan. Dumping its rear-wheel drive and making it up with more standard features that add color to its luxuries such as heated front seats, built-in navigation, a sunroof, and numerous driver assists. The upgraded driver assistance makes for enhanced safety and a more relaxing road experience. All in all, there has not been a better lease bargain on any big luxury sedan than on Cadillac Lease Deals in PA.
Engine And Transmission
Dumping its previous turbocharged 2.0-liter and twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 engines, the all-new CT6 comes with a non-turbo 3.6-liter V-6 the base engine and the twin-turbo 4.2 V-8 the high-powered alternative. All trims of the 2020 CT6 features an all-wheel-drive and 10-speed automatic transmission. Some of the grades like the Premium and Premium Luxuryare powered by a3.6-liter V-6 that produces a 335 horsepower. The twin-turbo 4.2-liter V-8, also known as the ‘Blackwing,’ gets a 550 horsepower and 640 pound-feet of torque. It is paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Fuel Economy And Performance
With an EPA rating estimate of 18 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway, the V-6 powered new CT6 goes well with other all-wheel-drive close rivals of the Cadillac. In the higher end, the twin-turbo V-8 engine gets an EPA of 14 mpg and 25 mpg in the city and highway, respectively. The 2020 CT6 performance’s way beyond expectation for a large luxury sedan of its class; a perfect Cadillac CT6 Lease bargain I must add. It's sharp steering, smooth but sturdy handling, with firm suspension, all make the big sedan more like a small sport sedan.
Interior, Comfort, And Cargo Space
Every grade of the latest CT6 comes with a little touch of in desirable features and high-tech amenities. Also, there is a long list of standard features such as a heated steering wheel,heated rear seats,four-zone climate control,adaptive dampers,rear-wheel steering, a head-up display,rear-seat entertainment system, and so much more, all in different proportion across its grades.
The Cadillac offers ample luxury-sedan space and the GM's brilliant Magnetic Ride shocks, all to make for a comfortable ride. The cargo space is not terrible; neither is it so great. Its rear seats cannot be folded down.