Back in the day, owning a Cadillac sedan was often the dream of up-and-coming luxury car buyers looking to impress. But as SUVs and crossovers continue to dominate the market, sedans have become an endangered species at most automakers. But Cadillac hasn’t thrown in the towel — instead, it’s focused on improving its sedan lineup with more agile and technologically advanced models like the CT4 and CT5.
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The 2024 CT5 is a sleek executive sedan that delivers Cadillac sedans level performance to help you get ahead and stay ahead on the road. With a variety of powertrain options that deliver varying levels of acceleration, you can choose from a brisk 3.6L V-6 or a stout 480-horsepower twin-turbo V-8. If you’re looking to go all out, the top-of-the-line CT5-V Blackwing is a potent mix of raw power and precision handling.
Inside, the quiet cabin delivers a comfortable ride with high-tech features like the standard CUE infotainment system that has an intuitive touchscreen interface, physical knobs for volume control and tuning, and a redundant rotary control dial in front of the shifter. The CT5 also has a smart suite of driver assistance features that include automatic emergency braking, rear parking sensors, and a vibrating safety alert seat.
If you want a compact luxury sedan with a bit more passenger space, the Cadillac XT4 has a roomy interior and offers the same amenities as the larger CT5. It’s also available with all-wheel drive to increase its off-road capability. The XT4’s smart suite of driver assistance features includes automatic emergency braking, a blind spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert, and a rearview camera.