The Cadillac CT6 has been a mixed bag of impressions since it was first introduced. However, it has generally been applauded at accomplishing what it sets out to do, despite not being a true flagship sedan.
Kelley Blue Book set its sights on the 2017 Cadillac CT6 for its latest in-depth review, and it handed the luxury sedan some harsh realities. Specifically, KBB said the ride, handling and suspension were unnecessary for the target market buying the CT6.
Despite what Cadillac will show in advertisements and marketing, there likely aren’t many millennials purchasing a Cadillac CT6. Instead, it’s going to be older and wealthier customers. And most of them likely aren’t going to care for its incredibly engineered chassis and driving dynamics. Because, instead, it’s going to communicate too much with the driver and offer an unpleasant experience in their eyes.
You can watch the entire review of the CT6 in the video right up above. If you’d like to read what we think about the CT6, you can find our thoughts right here.