The Cadillac XTS first hit production back in 2012 for the 2013 model year, and although North American assembly of the luxury sedan came to a halt in October of 2019, the XTS continues to roll off the line in China. Nevertheless, brand-new examples are still offered stateside, such as this example from the 2017 model year found on a dealer lot in Missouri.
With four doors for easy ingress and egress, plus the chiseled, geometric good looks that Cadillac is known for, this 2017 Cadillac XTS is sitting pretty thanks to a deep shade of Stellar Black Metallic paint. The hue helps the various polished trim bits to really pop, enhancing the model’s formal demeanor. Up front is a Sport grille treatment, and we also spot 19-inch aluminum wheels with a painted premium finish in the corners with 245/34R19 rubber providing the stick.
The interior space of this Cadillac XTS is also quite nice, and although the plastic wrappers hide it, the seats are covered in Kona Brown leather upholstery, matched with Jet Black accents. The rich color is complemented by a natural wood finish, adding a nice dose of color to the cabin. There’s also a heated steering wheel function, and the seats are eight-way power adjustable up front.
Standout technology features include a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, as well as wireless device charging and SiriusXM Satellite radio. There’s also a customizable Driver Information Center in the gauge pod, electronic cruise control, and Bluetooth smartphone support. Driver-centric tech includes Automatic Parking Assist.
Lift the hood, and you’ll find this Cadillac XTS equipped with the naturally aspirated 3.6L LFX V6 engine, which is rated at 304 horsepower and 264 pound-feet of torque. Harnessing the output is a six-speed automatic transmission, with the front wheels putting it to the pavement. There’s also Brembo front brakes to help throw the anchor, and Magnetic Ride Control to keep it shiny side up.
Now, this 2017 Cadillac XTS is offered for $42,500 by Autry Morlan Cadillac, located in Dexter, Missouri. That’s $11,945 off the original price of $54,445.
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