Brand-New 2016 Cadillac XTS For Sale At Pennsylvania Dealer16
North American production of the Cadillac XTS full-size premium sedan ended late in 2019 following the closure of GM’s Oshawa Assembly plant in Ontario, Canada, in October. Production of the Cadillac XTS will continue in China at the Jinqiao Plant outside of Shanghai, at least until it’s replaced by a newer Cadillac sedan sometime in the near future. Regardless, customers interested in picking up a new Cadillac XTS don’t have to go to China in order to do so, as brand-new examples are still available on dealer lots – just like this 2016 Cadillac XTS offered in Pennsylvania.
This particular XTS is offered in the Premium Trim level, and comes covered in Crystal White Tricoat paint. Up front is a sport grille treatment, while 20-inch cast aluminum wheels with a premium painted finish and 245/40R20 all-season tires occupy the corners. Up front, the headlamps are equipped with IntelliBeam and Adaptive Forward Lighting.
Inside, passengers will enjoy the sunroof up top, while Kona Brown full-leather seating with Jet Black accents provide backside coddling. A ventilated seat feature for both front passengers is also equipped.
What’s more, this 2016 Cadillac XTS comes with a full range of safety and convenience technologies, such as full-range Adaptive Cruise Control, Automatic Park Assist with Rear Park Assist, Front and Rear Automatic Braking, Lane Keep Assist, Side Blind Zone Alert, and Safety Alert Seat. There’s also a 12.3-inch color driver information center and color head-up display.
Mechanically speaking, this 2016 Cadillac XTS is powered by the naturally aspirated 3.6L LFX V6 powerplant, which is tuned to deliver upwards of 304 horsepower and 264 pound-feet of torque. The ‘six mates to the 6T70 M7U six-speed automatic transmission, and drives the front wheels exclusively. Brembo front brakes help to throw the anchor, while Magnetic Ride Control keeps it all shiny side up.
Now, this brand-new 2016 Cadillac XTS is on offer at Buchanan Chevrolet Buick GMC, located in Wayne Heights, Pennsylvania. Although the sedan’s listing does not include current pricing, it’s expected to be deeply discounted over the original MSRP of $63,505.
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Source: Buchanan Chevrolet Buick GMC
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How can you sell a new vehicle that is 4 years old? Did they forget it at the compound or rail yard or something?
The oldest we ever had on the lot back when I sold cars was a 1998 Park Avenue that we finally sold in 2000.
This car has an odd combo of equipment that might have kept it from selling, its loaded up, but its not a Platinum and its not a V Sport with the twin turbo.
AND that “brown”/orange interior is UGLY!
Better than the boring ugly all black garbage we have to suffer through these days!
That is quite a leftover. The book value of it must be in the 30’s . Someone will probably get it for under 30k
How many footballs were sacrificed to upholster that interior?
What is going on at GM and with The Cadillac Division? They have produced the new 4.2 liter Blackwing V-8 engine with a BHP of 550. That is great, but with the end of the CT6 and a minimum run of CT6Vs where are these engines to go? The new Corvette from Chevy? The Super Hush Hush replacement for the XLR using the new C8 corvette underpinnings. The XT6 which just went on sale and Motor Trend gave it the worst review in years. This entire situation reminds me of the 1980s when Mr. Smith was the boss at GM and although the front wheel drive large cars from GM were very good, they looked very similar. So much so that Lincoln made fun of them in their ads..The Koreans are copying the Americans, the Germans and the Japanese to the toon where they are now making products that look, drive and are better and at a much lower cost, big time. I do understand that this is the World we are now living in, but as a life long General Motors person, I am very unhappy with the state of affairs at GM. GM needs to stop playing it cool and allowing every other automotive mfg. to bring out new products that eat everyone up in the marketplace. There was a time, when GM and it’s divisions eat everyone up by bringing out products that were better than everyone else………Let is talk about the All Electric vehicles that Cadillac and I assume all of the other GM divisions are moving toward. As a Loyal GM Customer, I live in Florida and I have a business in Ohio. I travel back and forth using my 2012 GMC Sierra Denali 1/2 ton truck. It is a great truck, but if I am to buy a new GM vehicle and want to travel a long distance from Florida to Ohio 3-4 times per year, I need a “Hybrid” type vehicle. That way, I can use the electric portion and when it no longer offers the electric power, the internal combustion engine will take over. That way, I won’t have to stop and recharge to 80% in 20-30 minutes each time. All of this does not offer convenience to me. Do I have to look to a foreign mfg. to get what I want and need? It should also be mentioned that I am an older car guy and GM cars are in my DNA. I own numerous vintage Cadillacs and Pontiacs along with my daily drivers. (Excessive / Compulsive Behavior)…When I talk to other car people as to what is coming on-line in the automotive marketplace, they all feel like I do. The bottom line to this entire situation is that it appears that GM does not want to take the risks that it once did by being the first company to do this or that. I could go on and on and speak to many subjects that need to be addressed by General Motors, but I shall close and wish GM and the American vehicle market well in their quest to bring new and better products to market. Respectfully, Stu Aaron
This is probably the most reliable Cadillac you can buy these days. Some dont like it but i think the Kona brown is beautiful. I would buy one of these if the proportions werent so odd looking on the exterior.
Agree about the awkward proportions, the hood and the trunk look the same.
Is it an xts or xts, article says both
Xts or cts
XTS. Thanks for catching that typo!
It’s a dam shame that they couldn’t find out the price of the car at the time of this article because there may be interested parties who would want to buy this car, especially as Cadillac’s XTS was considered by many as one of the best in Cadillac’s lineup and a shame that it was discontinued.
I bought this exact car, with saddle interior instead of orange, in 2016 off the show room. Absolutely love this car. Test drove the mercedes e350 and lexus e300. Blows the benze away in every aspect, the lexus was good also but transmission tunnel encroached on leg room for driver.
Good old GM. Discontinuing there best cars, especially when they get them right.
Do you still get the full warranty?