When the 2013 Cadillac XTS becomes available in showrooms across the country this spring, there will also be a version for limousine services/drivers and other types of non-personal-use-case scenarios. Officially called the XTS W20 Livery sedan, it will have a starting price of $47,495, including destination, and will fill the void left by the discontinuation of the
Ford Lincoln Town Car livery car.
The W20 will offer several standard features such as 18 cubic feet of trunk space, an efficient yet powerful 3.6 liter SIDI LFX engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission, illuminating door handles, premium microfiber sueded fabric material headliner, push-button start, passive entry, remote start, Brembo brakes, rear vision camera and obstacle detection, transmission oil cooler, rear center console, HID headlamps and 1-year OnStar service.
Optional features will include a navigation system and the Rear Seat Comfort package that offers heated seats, side-window and rear-window sun shades, as well as Tri-zone HVAC. Rounding out the options list is the Luxury Level One Package that includes a memory driver’s seat, heated/cooled front seats, plus a premium audio system with surround sound. In addition, the XTS W20 will carry the Professional Vehicle Protection Plan (PVPP) extended warranty that’s good for 3 years or 150,000 miles, whichever comes first.
Now, this particular XTS livery vehicle has the standard wheelbase and length of the XTS available to consumers. So contrary to several other reports floating around the internet, this is not the XTS limousine or the stretched wheelbase version. More on that, shortly.
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