2016 Cadillac CT6 Review. The Big Cadillac is back!



The Cadillac CT6 is an all-new entry for this iconic luxury brand. It is unique because it covers both mid-size luxury sedans and full-size cars. The CT6 is sold with three powerful engine, including an all-new 3.0L twin turbocharged engine, plus all-wheel steering and chassis control. The Cadillac CT6 has room for five-passnegrs and a lot of legroom in the back seat. The cabin is filled with new technology and massive screen fro the driver and passengers.

Competitors to the Cadillac CT6 include the Jaguar XF, the Audi A7, Tesla Model S, Mercedes E-Class, Mercedes S-Class, Mercedes GLE, Mercedes, Mercedes GL, Mercedes G, BMW 5 Series, BMW 7 Series, BMW 6 Series, BMW X5, BMW i8, BMW i3, Audi A6, Audi A7, Audi A8, Audi Q5, Audi Q6, Audi Q7, Audi E-tron, Audi electric SUV, Volvo XC60, Volvo XC90, Lexus LS450h, Lexus GS, Lexus LX, Infiniti Q70, Infiniti QX70, Acura RL, Acura RLX, Jaguar XF, Jaguar XJ, Jaguar F-Pace, Jaguar XE, Cadillac CTS, Cadillac ELR, cadillac CT6, Genesis, Aston Martin, Porsche Panamera, Lincoln MKS, Lincoln MKC, Lincoln MKZ, Land Rover Discovery Sport, Land Rover Discovery, Range Rover Sport, Range Rover,

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37 thoughts on “2016 Cadillac CT6 Review. The Big Cadillac is back!”

  1. Car looks good, but when loaded, it is about same price is about the BB or Lexus with just handful of coin changes. Then, I would ask myself, why take the chance?

  2. cadillac is full of ppl with ADD lol they have to many mismatch options in their cars. things that should be standard are not and they seem to pick and choose which car they put real effort into. the interior is nice in this one but why put a 4cyl in that thing thats just retarded. no more 4cyl in these big cars make v6 standard v8 being the premium. would also like to see more effort in the interior in all models not just some. the ats v is a fav of mine but other than recaro seats and some options it looks cheap. would like to see caddy stop picking and choosing which car will feature nicer interior or engines and make them standard! this is why most ppl won't or refuse to recognize cadillac as a top of the line vehicle. keep doing doing great things! but pull your head out of your ass

  3. every since they got rid of the DTS & STS the build quality just isn't there any more. You might as well buy a Chevy Impala LTZ and save yourself 50-60k….I am sure it will just get recalled shortly with GM's track history…this is coming from a GM fanboy who has seen the light per say!!

  4. A Cadillac aimed at the US and CHINA market,  just the right size, for an American if you have been held in a POW camp for 20 years.  STUPID gone is the chrome etc.  Yeah looks like NOT a Caddy.  No wonder GM went broke, the idiots that drove it into the ground are still screwing it up.  FAIL!

  5. I've waited and waited as we all have. I finally got to sit in one and this "BIG" car is only a tiny bit bigger than the xts. If you are shorter than 5'11" you are gonna fit. I had to shrug my shoulder and lean my head over just to sit in the car – NOT COMFORTABLE and ugly to boot……Did I mention that name sux too??!!!!

  6. …one thing I've noticed in selling expensive cars in the past……Cadillac and Rolls Royce/ Bentley, and Jaguar ALWAYS have fresh smelling leather interiors that are soft ……German cars smell like leather when they're new,…but after a year or so, they smell like FUNK…and the leather always fells like a basket ball.  BMW is top on that list. NOT sure what kind of leather they use, but it can't be from a cow.

  7. Hard to believe how inept this review is; there are very few facts ( 10 minutes to deliver hardly any meaningful content), and mostly a morass of insipid generalities: "all kinds of luxury", "wonderful technology", "nice handling", "the roads are wonderful", "the execution", "it's bigger"??? What's the wheelbase, what's the track?

    Subdued styling??? Obviously this is a matter of taste, nevertheless, I don't believe many people with even a little knowledge of automobiles, or of design in general, would agree that the headlight design is subdued, no, not at all, either you don't know what the word 'subdued' means (subtle, understated), or you're talking without thinking, because those lights are striking–either strikingly ugly (my opinion), or strikingly cool, in the opinion of others, but one way or another, the front is polarizing.

    In my opinion, this highly stylized Cadillac light treatment will age very badly, and will be laughable in 5-10 years, a memory of a puerile infatuation with LEDs that has captured the weak imaginations of most contemporary car stylists.

  8. LOVE the CT6 but the driver in this video is WEARING HEADPHONES while he's DRIVING IT?!?!?! And the host of this video is RICH………just listen to the list of cars he's owned and owns now. Someone most of us cannot relate to, period.

  9. So many variations or premium criteria thus far planned & outlayed right however the smallest things that become required benefits that make make it or break it `sale`;

    the exterior of this premium full size is only 2 ply layered in need of at least 4 layered aluminium.

    Its like it was forced rushed with some promising ammenities with some small that become sell it or considerably 'to consider & leave it' (no sale).

    Improvements are easily recognizable. This premium CT6 seemed something like a test though abnormally expensive platform & unconventional.

    adapting to more conceivable should become probable about 85 percent.

    too much rich raw minerals of plat mag & silver inside a mixture that should be ribbed in absorbing areas of the up to date frame & aluminium with laser joined weld points etc.

    Mixed bag however the premium full size CT6 is a mixed bag of some negatives & positives however missing more compliant "green compliancy".

    this rushed effort seemed somewhat like a quick forced planned & development product test that `costed a lot` that won't meet dividens.

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