Buyer's Guide

Cadillac

Cadillac has been building high-end cars for over a century. Today it's General Motors' most luxury-oriented brand. Although it has struggled in recent years to find direction, Cadillac has produced standouts like its Escalade SUV and sporty V-series vehicles. Cadillac is committed to expanding its lineup with ultra-luxurious electric cars in the future.

Least Expensive: The least expensive Cadillac is the CT4 compact sedan, which starts in the mid-$30,000 range. More versatility is provided by the XT4 crossover, which is the least expensive Cadillac SUV at approximately $37,000.

Most Expensive: Cadillac's flagship performance sedan is the CT6-V, which starts just below $100,000 and packs a twin-turbo "Blackwing" V-8. Although the Escalade is cheaper with a sub-$80,000 starting price, ticking option boxes can put the lux SUV in the six-figure range.

Most Fun to Drive: "V"-badged Cadillacs are tuned for performance, and the CT5-V exceeded our expectations. Its sweet steering, strong brakes, and strong engine are wrapped up in a lively chassis. The CT5-V is the most fun to drive Cadillac—potentially until the CT5-V Blackwing arrives.

Most Popular: The midsize XT5 crossover is Cadillac's best-selling vehicle. Buyers may appreciate how it balances bump-erasing ride quality with sharp steering and SUV versatility.

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