Cadillac CT4 Begins Shipping To Dealers9
The Cadillac CT4 has begun shipping to General Motors dealerships in the United States and Canada.
Several Cadillac dealer websites now show Cadillac CT4 units that have been marked as “in transit” status, meaning the vehicles are likely on a carrier en route to retail locations and should begin appearing at stores soon.
GM launched the online configurator for the Cadillac CT4 late last month, giving prospective buyers the opportunity to customize the compact sedan to their liking and view the different options and packages available for it.
The 2020 Cadillac CT4, which made its debut last year, is an indirect replacement for the outgoing Cadillac ATS and puts other C-segment sedans in its crosshairs, such as the Audi A3, BMW 2 Series Grand Coupe and Mercedes-Benz A-Class.
The base engine in the Cadillac CT4 is GM’s 2.0L turbocharged LSY four-cylinder engine, which is rated at 237 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. A larger, more powerful 2.7L turbocharged L3B four-cylinder, which is good for 325 horsepower and 380 pound-feet of torque, is also available with the Premium Luxury trim and standard on the performance-focused CT4-V model. The 2.0L engine is paired with the GM eight-speed automatic transmission, while the 2.7L hooks up to the newer GM 10-speed automatic. Rear-wheel drive is standard, while all-wheel-drive is available for a premium.
Prices for the 2020 Cadillac CT4 start at $33,990 for the base level Luxury trim with rear-wheel drive. Pricing for the CT4-V performance model, meanwhile, starts at $45,490 before any optional extras.
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I can’t wait to test drive a V!
Too bad it won’t be a real V.
As it has been published in a million different places, the next level “V” is forthcoming. Driving a CT4-V will get me a excited for the hotter one. It’s a matter of preference which one you buy.
So why the snarky comment?
The CT4-Vs are already on lots…
The headline “…Begins Shipping to Dealers” was probably accurate weeks, if not a month ago…lol
Can’t believe GM wants $54,000 for that. If they really wanted to turn Cadillac around, they’d price their cars more attractively. I’d take this BMW any day over that for nearly $4K less. The hp difference wouldn’t concern me either because BMWs somehow always manage to outrun competitors that claim more power.
From all the reviews the CT5-V in its current form is a awesome car. It come with stuff nobody expected. I’m sure teh CT4-V will be the same.
One can already imagine seeing the 2020 Ford Escape commercial where they it says there’s more rear passenger legroom than a Chevrolet Suburban which translates to meaning that the Escape probably has more rear passenger legroom than every vehicle that GM builds as this was an issue that haunted even the Cadillac CT6 and remember a tester saying that anyone over 6 foot would feel cramped.
The CT4-V 2.7 is the V-Sport level most want and can maybe afford.
I wonder how many who down the mild V actually have a real V or will buy the real CT-V+?
Agree that this 2.7 V didn’t need to be called a V. It could have been a Sport with an optional V-Sport Pkg or
Perf Pkg. It weird to have a Sport trim with NO Power, in the slower 2.0.
CT4 needs to get added to the Cadillac Check Inventory system.
That system needs to stop calling all cars RWD.