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2016 Cadillac CT6 Road Test | Edmunds.com

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edited February 2016 in Cadillac
The 2016 CT6 is very much a classic Cadillac: a long, grand sedan with a plush cabin and distinctive American styling. There's more to the CT6, however, as the classic formula now includes modern Cadillac virtues like the latest technology and impressive handling dynamics. It reconciles the brand's storied past with present expectations better than any Cadillac before it, but it's not always enough to push the CT6 above its primary competitors from Germany.

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Comments

  • Beautiful car. A great overall effort from Cadillac. The interior might not be the equal of the German flagships, but the CT6 has a lower price of entry. It also has outstanding handling and chassis dynamics which some luxury flagships do not have.
  • It looks like GM is overstating the output of the 3.0TT engine. It delivers a barely faster 0-60 time than BMW's 3.0L turbo 6 in the heavier 740i. Now, it's well known that BMW's rating of 320hp for that engine is conservative, but even so GM seems to be reaching too far to call theirs 404hp.

    ...Unless it's a deliberate geek joke. "404 - HP NOT FOUND" ;)
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