The outgoing Escalade will reportedly be retained for the 2020MY with a very modest update.
The all-new XT4 is the smallest Cadillac crossover or SUV model, and with a starting price of $35,790 it sets its sights on other small premium and luxury offerings from Germany and Japan. Boasting tech aimed at efficiency and comfort, the 2019 XT4 joins three other SUVs and crossovers in the brand's lineup, seeking to set itself apart with memorable design details and plenty of standard equipment across the board.
Cadillac’s U.S. comeback has taken another detour. General Motors Co. has been trying for decades to revive Cadillac in the U.S. luxury car market, where it was once the standard-bearer but now is No. 5 in sales behind BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Lexus and Audi. Cadillac’s latest reboot began a year ago with the installation of a new executive.
Another one bites the dust.
Kat of Barbie Dream Hearse fame is our hero not because she drives a hearse but because she turned a play on words into a business. From her FAQ:She’s a 1992 Cadillac Brougham Superior hearse with a 5.0 liter V-8 engine, purchased in excellent condition with approximately 40K miles under her belt. What’s the mileage like?Actually, most people say, “Ugh, I’m sure the mileage is terrible,” but I’m rephrasing that ignorant statement as a question for consistency’s sake. I get at least 20 mpg, which is better than many SUVs being used as daily drivers.
As consumer demand shifts to crossovers, Cadillac has revamped its entire sedan strategy. Instead of making “tweener” vehicles, Cadillac will position its next-generation of sedans to fall in line with normal segment sizes.
The Blazer nameplate is revived for the 2019 model year. Can the new Blazer live up to the name and tough SUV you remember? Under the skin you will find a GMC Acadia or Cadillac XT5 but in the outside you have a pumped-up Camaro.
The Acura RDX is a solid luxury crossover that's been recently revamped. The Cadillac XT5 was the brand's first — and quite successful — effort at launching a new lineup of crossovers.
Perhaps the last time we'll see a large front-wheel-drive Cadillac.