Used 2020 CADILLACXT6 AWD Sport Crossover

  • VIN: 1GYKPGRS7LZ101824
  • Stock: L23005L
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Odometer
5,342 miles
Fuel Economy
17.0/24.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Manhattan Noir Metallic
Interior Color
JET BLACK, LEATHER SEATING SURFACES WITH MINI-PERF
Body
Crossover
Transmission
Automatic
Drivetrain
AWD
Engine
V6 Cylinder Engine
CADILLAC XT6
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Detailed Specifications

  • Max seating capacity: 6
  • Fuel tank capacity: 22
  • Horsepower: 310
  • Fuel System: Direct Injection
  • Towing capacity: 4000 lbs
  • Wheels, 20" (50.8 cm) 12-Spoke alloy with Pearl Nickel finish (Upgradeable to (RPW) 21" 12-Split Spoke alloy wheels with Diamond Cut/Android finish.)
  • Tires, P235/55R20 all-season, H-rated, blackwall (Upgradeable to (R0V) 21" tires when (RPW) 21" 12-Split Spoke alloy wheels with Diamond Cut/Android finish are ordered.)
  • Wheel lugs, locking
  • Wheel, spare, 18" (45.7 cm) steel
  • Tire, compact spare
  • Sunroof, power UltraView double-sized glass roof that opens over first row, tilt-sliding with Express-Open and power sunshade
  • Roof rails, Gloss Black
  • Spoiler, rear
  • Headlamps, LED
  • Headlamps, automatic on/off
  • IntelliBeam, automatic high beam on/off (Not available with (JSE) Platinum Package.)
  • Lamp, front marker, LED
  • Lamps, front park and cornering
  • Lamp, rear side marker taillamp
  • Glass, deep-tinted (all windows, except light-tinted glass on windshield)
  • Mirrors, outside heated, power-adjustable, power-folding, driver-side auto-dimming with integrated turn signals
  • Windshield, acoustic laminated, windshield and front door glass
  • Wipers, front intermittent, Rainsense, with moisture detection
  • Wiper, rear intermittent with washer
  • Door handles, body-color
  • Hands-Free Liftgate, open and close, programmable memory height with Cadillac branded projection light
  • Capless fuel fill
  • Cadillac user experience, AM/FM stereo with 8" diagonal color information display, 6 USBs, personalized profiles for each driver's settings, Natural Voice Recognition, Phone Integration for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability for compatible phone, NFC (Near Field Communications) mobile device pairing, Connected Apps and Teen Driver
  • Antenna, roof-mounted
  • SiriusXM with 360L Equipped with SiriusXM with 360L. Enjoy a trial subscription of the All Access package for the full 360L experience, with a greater variety of SiriusXM content, a more personalized experience and easier navigation. With the All Access package, you can also enjoy your favorites everywhere you go, with the SiriusXM app, online and at home on compatible connected devices (IMPORTANT: The SiriusXM radio trial package is not provided on vehicles that are ordered for Fleet Daily Rental ("FDR") use. If you decide to continue service after your trial, the subscription plan you choose will automatically renew thereafter and you will be charged according to your chosen payment method at then-current rates. Fees and taxes apply. See the SiriusXM Customer Agreement at www.siriusxm.com for complete terms and how to cancel. All fees, content, features, and availability are subject to change. GM connected vehicle services vary by vehicle model and require active service plan, working electrical system, cell reception and GPS signal. See onstar.com for details and limitations.)
  • Audio system feature, Bose premium 8-speaker system (Upgradeable to (UQP) Bose Performance Series 14-speaker audio system when (IOT) Cadillac user experience with navigation is ordered.)
  • 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot capable (Terms and limitations apply. See onstar.com or dealer for details.)
  • Seats, front bucket includes 8-way power driver seat adjuster
  • Seating, 7-passenger
  • Leather Seating Surfaces with Mini-Perforated inserts
  • Safety Alert Seat
  • Seat adjusters, driver and front passenger 8-way power
  • Seat adjuster, power driver lumbar control, 2-way
  • Seat adjuster, power passenger lumbar control, 2-way
  • Seats, heated driver and front passenger
  • Floor mats, carpeted front and rear, all three rows
  • Steering column, power tilt and telescoping
  • Steering column, lock control
  • Steering wheel, leather-wrapped
  • Steering wheel, heated, automatic
  • Adaptive Remote Start
  • Compass display
  • Cruise control, electronic with set and resume speed
  • Door lock and latch shields
  • Door locks, power programmable includes lockout protection and delayed locking
  • Gauge cluster, dual Driver Information Center display includes driver personalization, warning messages and vehicle information
  • Keyless Access, passive entry
  • Memory Package recalls two "presets" for power driver seat, outside mirrors, power tilt and telescoping steering column and driver personalization features
  • Sensor, cabin humidity
  • Sensor, inclination
  • Sensor, vehicle interior movement
  • Theft-deterrent alarm system, self-powered
  • Universal Home Remote includes garage door opener, 3-channel programmable
  • Windows, power front express-up and down, rear express down
  • Wireless Charging (The system wirelessly charges one compatible mobile device. Some phones have built-in wireless charging technology and others require a special adaptor/back cover. To check for phone or other device compatibility, see my.cadillac.com/learnAbout/wireless-charging or consult your carrier.)
  • USB ports, 6 total full function, one type A and one type C (front console), charge-only one type A and one type C (second row) and (2) charge-only type C (third row)
  • Climate control, tri-zone automatic with individual climate settings for driver, right-front passenger and rear passengers (includes rear air vents)
  • Air conditioning, rear
  • Air filter, cabin, particulate system
  • Defogger, rear-window electric with front and side window outlets for the driver and right-front passenger
  • Glovebox, lockable
  • Mirror, inside rearview auto-dimming
  • Lighting accent, doors and task lighting
  • Cadillac Connected Access capable (Subject to terms. See onstar.com or dealer for details.)
  • Front and Rear Park Assist (Upgradeable to (UKG) Automatic Parking Assist with braking when (Y4N) Enhanced Visibility and Technology Package is ordered.)
  • Electric Parking Brake
  • Automatic Emergency Braking (Upgradeable to (UGN) Enhanced Automatic Emergency Braking and (UVZ) Reverse Automatic Braking when (Y66) Driver Assist Package is ordered.)
  • Traction control, full-range, powertrain and brake modulated
  • Daytime Running Lamps, LED
  • Airbags, dual-stage frontal and seat-mounted side-impact for driver and front passenger; knee for driver; head-curtain for all outboard seating positions with rollover protection (Always use seat belts and child restraints. Children are safer when properly secured in a rear seat in the appropriate child restraint. See the Owner's Manual for more information.)
  • Airbag, Passenger Sensing System sensor indicator inflatable restraint, front passenger/child presence detector (Always use seat belts and child restraints. Children are safer when properly secured in a rear seat in the appropriate child restraint. See the Owner's Manual for more information.)
  • OnStar and Cadillac connected services capable (Terms and limitations apply. See onstar.com or dealer for details.)
  • HD Rear Vision Camera
  • Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert
  • Following Distance Indicator
  • Forward Collision Alert
  • Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning
  • Front Pedestrian Braking
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert
  • Door locks, rear child security
  • Teen Driver a configurable feature that lets you activate customizable vehicle settings associated with a key fob, to help encourage safe driving behavior. It can limit certain available vehicle features, and it prevents certain safety systems from being turned off. An in-vehicle report card gives you information on driving habits and helps you to continue to coach your new driver
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System
  • Tool kit, road emergency
  • Horn, dual note tone
  • Advanced Security Package includes (N06) locking steering column, (NWM) door lock and latch shields, (UTR) self-powered Theft-Deterrent Alarm System, (UTU) inclination sensor, (UTV) vehicle interior movement sensor and (PB4) locking wheel lugs
  • Engine, 3.6L V6, DI, VVT, with Automatic Stop/Start (estimated 310 hp)
  • Transmission, 9-speed automatic
  • Automatic Stop/Start, with disable
  • Axle, electronic positraction, twin-clutch, Sport Control AWD
  • All-wheel drive, with driver mode select
  • Cooling system, heavy-duty
  • Alternator, 170 amps
  • Chassis, real-time damping suspension
  • Suspension, Performance, driver select modes
  • Steering, Electric Power Steering assist
  • Intelligent Brake Assist
  • Brakes, 4-wheel antilock, 4-wheel vented disc
  • Switch, Drivesense system

Dealer Notes

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KBB.com Consumer Reviews

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Overall3.5Out of 5
  • There IS a better Mid-Size, Luxury SUV out there!

    By Firemedic on Wednesday, January 08, 2020

    3.0
    I consider myself a very educated and conscientious vehicle shopper. I will also admit that I've been a very loyal GM customer, having purchased 13 new GM vehicles within our household over the past 30 years. I’ve been actively researching a purchase of a Mid-Size Luxury SUV for the past year. When GM announced the production of the Cadillac XT6, I was waiting with baited breath to learn more and tests drive this “NEW” model. When I finally had the opportunity to drive the XT6, I was immediately left with serious concerns and disappointment. Having test driven the new 2020 Lincoln Aviator prior to the XT6 may have influenced my opinion of the Cadillac prematurely; so I thought. However, as I took careful time to seriously compare of these two American Luxury brands, I felt compelled to turn away from the Cadillac XT6 and pursue a purchase of the Lincoln Aviator. Let it be known that my reason from turning away from GM wasn’t because of any negative experiences with previous GM products! Simply stated, I've become increasingly frustrated with GMs failure to seriously differentiate its product lineup to include Chevrolet, GMC, Buick, and Cadillac. With the exception of some simple exterior/interior cues, GM still insists on sharing one common parts-bin amongst all of its product divisions. From the powertrains to the dashboards, all GM divisions share way too much in common. Additionally, the exterior and interior appearances are lackluster and appear very "dated". The issues that these GM models face can no longer justify the significant difference in pricing that they command. GM has lost its ability to “wow” me with its “new” lineups. Specifically, my comparison of the XT6 and the Aviator allowed me to undeniably conclude that these two vehicles are Not Even Close in many aspects. If anyone has completed simple research, they cannot deny the facts. It is clear that GM demonstrates some serious neglect in the XT6 engineering by fast-tracking its development. As a result, the XT6 became a stretched version of the XT5, which limited its development, therefore forcing comprises in function and performance. Indeed, the XT6 it attractive and functional, however, for five distinct reasons I predict that the XT6 will remain out of reach of the Lincoln Aviator in sales and owner satisfaction. These five keys areas are: Use of C1XX platform (stretched version of XT5); Front wheel drive; Use of 3.6L V6 (LGX) naturally aspirated Engine; No option of a Hybrid variant powertrain; MSRPs that are very close to each other. Regardless of these major points, when considering the XT6, you are simply looking at a well-dressed and rebadged Enclave, Traverse or Acadia that present with the simplest differences in grills, tailgates and dashboards. In sharp contrast, the new Lincoln Aviator is a truly redesigned luxury vehicle that cannot be mistaken for the 2020 Ford Explorer which shares the same platform. Lincoln did some serious homework and accomplished some serious engineering goals. Not only has Lincoln separated itself brilliantly from its Ford brethren, but it truly put a lot of distance between itself and the Cadillac XT6, as well as every other Foreign competitor in the same Class. The Aviator's size inside and out, as well as its base Twin-Turbocharged 400 HP V-6 engine are alone, enough to make it a much better value than the aforementioned threats. It is obvious that the Aviator was meticulously designed from bottom up. Although the Cadillac XT6 has its strengths, as a loyal GM customer for decades, I must regretfully admit that it still falls short in nearly every measure when compared to most other Mid-size Luxury SUVs in the same class. It is disappointing that the XT6 was conceived which such limited time and resources. Opinions aside, only future sales will definitively dictate who will come out ahead. Do your own research and buy wisely!
  • What does Cadillac stand for? XT6 needs more.

    By Robert on Saturday, January 11, 2020

    3.0
    Background - I am very tall. I have limited options. I traded in a 2015 Suburban LTZ for a more driver friendly option for my wife. We looked at most premium 3 row SUVs. I could not fit in the Aviator (bummer) or the MDX. If you are looking for value...just go with the Kia Telluride. We ended up choosing the XT6 due to exterior styling, overall ride quality and Cadillac Brand. In my opinion, many of the SUVs exterior are simply too rounded or bubble looking and they are over board with tech (protruding screens and nanny state technology). Enough already. We did not like the turbo lag on some SUVs or the expensive service and premium gas only requirements. Premium Luxury XT6 Pros: - Smooth ride/road feel - Ample interior space except storage behind 3rd row (understandable). I fit in front and 2nd row. - Sleek exterior - Streamlined interior, simple (enough) controls - LED side lights (this is a real PRO - they light up the areas to your right or left when you use blinker or turn wheel). Great for night/rain driving. - Regular gasoline and relatively low service costs. Cons: - inexpensive, plastic feel in the interior (especially places that are not always visible). Seat belts that lack recoil strength or hold firm in their place. Seat levers (lie flat levers) that are plastic and do not feel solid. A center console/arm rest that feels like it came from a Malibu. - Gas mileage (19 miles local driving - My Suburban did as well or better). - Seats - They look great but are small in size and may not be very comfortable for longer rides. Cadillac should take a cue from Lincoln here. Overall, I understand Cadillac's challenges competing against brands that are literally dumping in the US due to strength of the dollar. However, the Buick's and loaded Chevy Traverse's appear to be in the same ball park. The "premium" aspect of the XT6 needs to improve. The look and ride is very competitive. -
  • There IS a better Mid-Size, Luxury SUV out there!

    By Firemedic on Tuesday, January 14, 2020

    3.0
    There is a more Capable, more Refined, more Luxurious, more Comfortable, Better Executed, Higher Quality Mid-size SUV: Lincoln Aviator! I consider myself a very educated and conscientious vehicle shopper. I will also admit that I've been a very loyal GM customer, having purchased 13 new GM vehicles within our household over the past 30 years. I’ve been actively researching a purchase of a Mid-Size Luxury SUV for the past year. When GM announced the production of the Cadillac XT6, I was waiting with baited breath to learn more and tests drive this “NEW” model. When I finally had the opportunity to drive the XT6, I was immediately left with serious concerns and disappointment. Having test driven the new 2020 Lincoln Aviator prior to the XT6 may have influenced my opinion of the Cadillac prematurely; so I thought. However, as I took careful time to seriously compare of these two American Luxury brands, I felt compelled to turn away from the Cadillac XT6 and pursue a purchase of the Lincoln Aviator. Let it be known that my reason from turning away from GM wasn’t because of any negative experiences with previous GM products! Simply stated, I've become increasingly frustrated with GMs failure to seriously differentiate its product lineup to include Chevrolet, GMC, Buick, and Cadillac. With the exception of some simple exterior/interior cues, GM still insists on sharing one common parts-bin amongst all of its product divisions. From the powertrains to the dashboards, all GM divisions share way too much in common. Additionally, the exterior and interior appearances are lackluster and appear very "dated". The issues that these GM models face can no longer justify the significant difference in pricing that they command. GM has lost its ability to “wow” me with its “new” lineups. Specifically, my comparison of the XT6 and the Aviator allowed me to undeniably conclude that these two vehicles are Not Even Close in many aspects. If anyone has completed simple research, they cannot deny the facts. It is clear that GM demonstrates some serious neglect in the XT6 engineering by fast-tracking its development. As a result, the XT6 became a stretched version of the XT5, which limited its development, therefore forcing comprises in function and performance. Indeed, the XT6 it attractive and functional, however, for five distinct reasons I predict that the XT6 will remain out of reach of the Lincoln Aviator in sales and owner satisfaction. These five keys areas are: Use of C1XX platform (stretched version of XT5); Front wheel drive; Use of 3.6L V6 (LGX) naturally aspirated Engine; No option of a Hybrid variant powertrain; A base MSRP that is within $2K of the Aviator. Regardless of these major points, when considering the XT6, you are simply looking at a well-dressed and rebadged Enclave, Traverse or Acadia that present with the simplest differences in grills, tailgates and dashboards. In sharp contrast, the new Lincoln Aviator is a truly redesigned luxury vehicle that cannot be mistaken for the 2020 Ford Explorer which shares the same platform. Lincoln did some serious homework and accomplished some serious engineering goals. Not only has Lincoln separated itself brilliantly from its Ford brethren, but it truly put a lot of distance between itself and the Cadillac XT6, as well as every other foreign competitor in the same Class. The Aviator's exterior stance and interior quality have been far better executed. The Twin-Turbocharged 400 HP V-6 engine, rear wheel drive and AWD demonstrate unmatchable performance and are simply enough to make it a much better value than the XT6. It is obvious that the Aviator was meticulously designed from bottom up. Although the Cadillac XT6 has its strengths, as a loyal GM customer for decades, I must regretfully admit that it still falls short in nearly every measure when compared to most other Mid-size Luxury SUVs in the same class. It is disappointing that the XT6 was conceived which such limited time and resources. I truly believe that it would be a regretful mistake to purchase a Cadillac XT6 without first exploring the Lincoln Aviator! With my opinion aside, only future sales will definitively dictate who will come out ahead. Do your own research and buy wisely!

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