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2019 Cadillac XT4 Specs Released

2019 Cadillac XT4 Specs Released

The 2019 Cadillac XT4 specs have arrived, and we’re sharing them with you just below.

They include data about exterior and interior dimensions, engine, transmission and fuel economy specs, chassis, suspension, and brake details, as well as information on the crossover’s weights and capacities.

The 2019 Cadillac XT4 specs listed below are preliminary, and might change once the vehicle goes into series production.

Model2019 Cadillac XT4
Body Style5 door, 5 passenger compact luxury SUV
Manufacturing locationGM Fairfax Assembly, Kansas City, Kansas

2019 Cadillac XT4 Specifications - Exterior Dimensions

Wheelbase (in / mm)109.4 / 2779
Overall length (in / mm)181.1 / 4599
Overall width (in / mm)74.1 / 1881 (excluding outside rearview mirrors)
Overall height (in / mm)64.1 / 1627 (including roof rails)
Turning circle (feet)38.0
Ground clearance (in / mm)6.7 / 171

2019 Cadillac XT4 Specifications - Interior Dimensions

Seating capacity (front / rear)23
Front headroom (in / mm)39.4 / 100038.3 / 973
Legroom (in. / mm)40.4 / 1026 (44.1 / 1121 max)39.5 / 1004
Cargo volume (behind rear seats) (cu ft)22.5
Cargo volume (rear seats folded) (cu ft)48.9

2019 Cadillac XT4 Specifications - Fuel Economy

City24 mpg (FWD) - 22 mpg (AWD)
Highway30 mpg (FWD) - 29 mpg (AWD)
Combined27 mpg (FWD) - 25 mpg (AWD)

2019 Cadillac XT4 Specifications - Engine

ConfigurationDOHC I4
Bore and stroke (in. / mm)3.26 x 3.63 / 83 x 92.3
Block materialCast aluminum
Cylinder head materialCast aluminum
ValvetrainDual overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder with tripower system
Fuel deliveryDirect injection with electronic throttle control
Horsepower (hp / kW @ rpm)237 / 177 @ 5000 (SAE cert.)
Torque (lb.-ft. / Nm)258 / 350 @ 1500-4000 (SAE cert.)
Efficiency TechnologiesActive Fuel Management, direct injection, stop/start

2019 Cadillac XT4 Specifications - Transmission

Type:Hydra-Matic 9T50 nine-speed electronically controlled automatic
Forward speeds9

2019 Cadillac XT4 Specifications - Chassis & Suspension

Front suspensionMacPherson strut with coil-over spring; direct-acting stabilizer bar. Active Sport Suspension with Continuous Damping Control (available on Sport)
Rear suspensionFive-link independent with coil springs and fully isolated cradle
Steering typeElectric variable-assist power rack-and-pinion
Brake typeFour-wheel disc with ABS; electro-hydraulic assist
Standard wheel size18-inch alloy
Optional wheel size:20-inch alloy

2019 Cadillac XT4 Specifications - Weights & Capacities

Curb weight (lbs / kg)3660 / 1660 (FWD Luxury, estimated)
Max. towing capacity (lbs)3500 (with available towing package)
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  1. Looks good in that color and at that angle. Although I can argue that the front light assembly looks almost to big.

  2. Why did they detune it? Should have left it with 272hp. Cadillac keeps underpowering their SUV’s. I can’t figure out why. Bad marketing decisions, in my opinion. That’s the main reason I did not move to XT5 from my SRX.

    • It’s an all new engine in the XT4, so nothing about it has been detuned.

      The most important thing here is not the numbers on paper, as very few buyers in this class of vehicle even look at the specs and are aware of the numbers. The much more important factor here is how the powertrain combo feels, and how refined it is, and what fuel economy the overall vehicle achieves because of it.

      The outgoing Cadillac 2.0L turbo engine (LTG) is amongst the most powerful in its class, but boy is it lackluster from a refinement standpoint, so here’s to hoping this new one is much more refined. Being one of most powerful has not helped the LTG win any major sales or awards, either.

      Regarding your choice of vehicles: if what’s preventing you from upgrading from your SRX to the XT5 is a lack of a notable power increase, you’re either:
      1) missing the point of the XT5 and the fact that the V6 in it is much better while the overall vehicle is much lighter than the SRX, or
      2) buying the wrong product, since the XT5 is the least sporty vehicle in its class.

      It actually pains me to admit that if performance/sporty driving experience is a priority for you, then you’d be much happier with a German compact or midsize crossover offerings, which are based on well-balanced rear-drive chassis that can actually take powertains that make well over 350 horsepower (and go all the way to 600, in some models), rather than the nose-heavy, front-drive underpinnings of the SRX or XT5 that can’t even accommodate that kind of power.

  3. I want to purchase a XT4 PHEV, when will the plug in be available?

    • No info on any PHEV variant of the XT4 just yet. Such a variant was always expected but info has yet to surface.

  4. Thank you for the answer.


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