I’m curious about what you drive before the XT4; looking at the premium luxury build as lease-end approaches on a Honda CRV Touring.
We are spoiled by all the driver assist and safety technology that Japanese brands include as standard. Cadillac, at the premium luxury level, seems more in line with my wants at a point in life when I can afford a few indulgences. When the dealer rep went over the “includeds”, it was a pleasant contrast to the experience with the European manufacturers who force purchase of options I don’t need to get the ones I want. Still, at least where I live in Canada, there’s a certain stigma to driving something built for the interstate vs the autobahn. Decisions, decisions.
I came out of a Ford Escape Titanium. The couple ,minor points I feel GM-Cadillac went cheap on in my XT4 Sport is the lack of heated seats and a navigation system that stops offering traffic reports and updates unless you sign up with On-Star. My Sync would periodically up date the system and the up grade navigation cards were not expensive. My Garmin has lifetime map up dates and live Traffic reports, that system is a hell of a lot cheaper the the factory navigation system. I can live with the rest of the little nit picking things.
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