A larger, higher-powered second-generation wireless charging system for iPhone and Android devices with wireless charging. See the 2019 Cadillac XTS models for sale near you
Although the base XTS provides a ton of standard equipment for the money, for just a bit more, the Luxury raises the bar even further to get the most bang for your buck. Similarly equipped and sized luxury sedans, like the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, would cost many thousands more. We would avoid the top XTS trim levels, as their sky-high price tags are questionable given the more modern, similarly priced CT6. Find a Cadillac XTS for sale
The 2019 Cadillac XTS is available in five trim levels: base, Luxury, Premium Luxury, Platinum and Platinum V-Sport. All prices include the $995 factory destination charge.
Even the base XTS ($47,890) is loaded with equipment. It includes 19-in wheels, xenon headlights, rear parking sensors, a backup camera, remote ignition, proximity entry and push-button start, dual-zone automatic climate control, 8-way power front seats, leather upholstery, a power-adjustable steering wheel, OnStar emergency communications, 4G LTE Wi-Fi, wireless smartphone charging, an 8-in touchscreen, two USB ports, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and a Bose sound system with satellite and HD radios.
Step up to the Luxury ($51,890) and you get power-folding and auto-dimming mirrors, automatic wipers, driver memory settings, heated and ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, heated rear seats and an integrated navigation system. AWD models get rear parking sensors, while FWD models get an automatic parking system. The optional Driver Awareness package includes forward-collision warning, low-speed automatic emergency braking, blind spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert systems and surround-view parking camera. With AWD, this package includes lane-departure warning.
Next up is the Premium Luxury ($57,290), which includes the content of the Driver Awareness package plus 20-in wheels, a magnetically controlled adaptive and auto-leveling suspension, adaptive headlights, tri-zone automatic climate control, a head-up display, an upgraded all-digital gauge cluster and a 14-speaker Bose sound system. Lane-keeping assist is standard on FWD models. The Driver Assist package adds adaptive cruise and higher-speed automatic emergency braking.
The Platinum ($67,190) adds the Driver Assist items, special styling, a panoramic sunroof (optional Luxury and Premium Luxury), upgraded leather upholstery, full leather interior trim, rear seat audio controls, sunshades (power rear, manual rear-side) and 22-way power front seats with massage (optional on Premium Luxury).
The Platinum V-Sport ($73,990) adds a more powerful engine, standard AWD and an electronic limited-slip differential.
|Basic||4 Years/50,000 Miles|
|Drivetrain||6 Years/70,000 Miles|
|Corrosion||4 Years/50,000 Miles|
|Rust-Through||6 Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||6 Years/70,000 Miles|
|Maintenance||1 Year/1 Visit|
2019 Cadillac CTS -- For some reason, Cadillac sells three big sedans. For most buyers, the CTS will be just the right spot in terms of size, equipment, price, performance and driving experience. We also think it looks considerably better than the XTS.
2019 Lincoln Continental -- Maybe the big front-drive car isn't endangered after all. The Continental was recently reintroduced, and though arguably more stylish than the XTS, its collection of talents is similar.
2019 Lexus ES -- The Lexus ES is another front-wheel-drive large luxury sedan that flaunts modern convention by putting comfort and space first on the priority list. Its available hybrid option makes it stand apart from the XTS.
Used Mercedes-Benz E-Class -- Although its heftier price tag means you'll probably end up in a used model (and a previous-generation version at that), the E-Class is nevertheless one of the finest luxury cars you can buy and should deliver the sort of elements desired in the XTS.