- The Cadillac CT5 will go on sale later this year.
- It replaces the outgoing CTS, while the smaller CT4 will replace the ATS in Cadillac’s lineup.
- Pricing is only available for the base turbocharged 2.0-liter engine.
- The 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 is “late availability”. Pricing for that engine will be available at a later date.
The CT5 starts nearly $10,000 less than the old CTS.
Cadillac is launching their new CT5 sedan later this year, and just released some pricing information for the upcoming model. For now, pricing is only available for the 2.0-liter turbo engine, which is in the entry-level Luxury model from $37,890. That’s for a rear-wheel drive model, while all-wheel drive attracts a $2,600 premium.
The Luxury model with all-wheel drive starts at $40,490 before options. From there, the Premium Luxury trim starts at $41,690 with rear-wheel drive. On the top rung, there’s the CT5 Sport, which starts at $42,690. The Cadillac CT5 is a physically larger car than its German rivals. However, it also undercuts them on price, based on what we know so far.
“This year, Cadillac has introduced a new sedan portfolio that better differentiates our vehicles in terms of size, price and features,” the company said in its press release. To that end, it starts less expensive than the new BMW 3 Series ($41,245), Audi A4 ($40,195) and the Mercedes-Benz C-Class ($41,400).
The 2020 Cadillac CT5 looks like decent value against its competition. What’s more, it is more attractively priced than the old CTS. That car started at $46,995 before destination. Even the smaller ATS starts at a similar price. When it does go on sale, that means the CT4 should also be much less expensive, making it more appealing against the Germans.
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