Pricing information for the Cadillac CT4 lineup was just revealed with a starting MSRP of $33,990. Caddy debuted the lineup in piecemeal fashion this year, starting with the Cadillac CT4-V in May and followed by the non-V CT4 in September. Now, we’ve received pricing info on all the trim levels revealed thus far.
Note that all prices shown include destination charge.
At the base of the Cadillac CT4 Y-trim level strategy is the Luxury model, which comes with rear-wheel-drive as standard and starts at $33,990. Upgrading to all-wheel-drive adds in a heated steering wheel and heated front seats, padding the price by $2,600 for a total of $36,590.
The Premium Luxury and Sport trim levels slot in as the two branches in the Y-trim level cadence.
The Premium Luxury starts at $38,490 when equipped with rear-wheel-drive, while all-wheel-drive is an extra $3,200 and includes heated seats, a heated steering wheel, and seat ventilation as well.
The Sport is $39,590 with rear-wheel-drive, while all-wheel-drive adds $2,600 to the bottom line and includes a heated steering wheel and heated seats, but not ventilated seats like the Premium Luxury.
Meanwhile, the performance-oriented CT4-V starts at $45,490 with rear-wheel-drive, while all-wheel-drive adds $1,100.
|Cadillac CT4 Luxury||$33,990||$36,590|
|Cadillac CT4 Premium Luxury||$38,490||$41,690|
|Cadillac CT4 Sport||$39,590||$42,190|
- Note: all prices include destination charge.
The CT4 rides on the rear-wheel-drive Alpha 2 vehicle platform, and mounts a turbocharged 2.0L four-cylinder engine (production code LSY) as standard across the line, not counting the CT4-V. Output is rated at 237 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque, with an eight-speed automatic transmission providing shift duties.
Meanwhile, the Premium Luxury trim level is optionally available with a turbocharged 2.7L four-cylinder (production code L3B), tuned to 309 horsepower and 248 pound-feet of torque and connecting to a 10-speed automatic.
The CT4-V equips the turbocharged 2.7L four-cylinder as standard, but is tuned to produce 325 horsepower and 380 pound-feet of torque, once again mating to a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Order books open later this year.