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2020 Cadillac CT5 Premium Luxury AWD Review – Im Becoming A Believer… Again

After a quite a few years of doubt, I’m becoming a believer in Cadillac again. M.S.R.P. – $59,395.

I’m happy cadillac is getting the word out because even i’m becoming a believer i’m chris from auto academics and today we’re going to take a look at the all new 2020 cadillac ct5 premium luxury with all-wheel drive those of you who subscribed to our channel know how i felt about cadillac in recent years and i can finally say that you don’t have to spend a hundred

Grand to get a good caddie sedan anymore truly impressing me this week is this 2020 evergreen metallic cadillac ct5 premium luxury with all-wheel drive standard features include 18 inch premium painted alloy wheels with manugin silver finish wrapped in all-season self-sealing tires led daytime running lights headlamps and tail lamps hands-free power deck lid

Heated power folding outside mirrors with integrated turn signals led illuminated exterior door handles and adaptive remote start inside you’ll find 8-way power driver and passenger seats driver memory function rear split folding seat led interior ambient lighting rain sense wipers dual zone climate control rotary infotainment controller wireless phone charger

10 inch display with apple carplay and android auto q cadillac user experience onstar services with 4g lte wifi hotspot sirius xm radio near field communication and keyless access with push button start safety and security features include hd rear vision camera rear park assist safety alert seat rear cross traffic alert teen driver settings surround vision

Recorder forward collision alert lane change alert with side blind zone alert automatic emergency braking front pedestrian braking and tire pressure monitoring system options include the platinum package that adds driver and front passenger massage driver and front passenger manual cushion length adjustment driver and front passenger seat back bolster adjustment

Ultra view sunroof heated and ventilated front driver and passenger seats semi-analyzed leather seats alloy pedals navigation and bose premium audio package climate package and parking package the sweet 3 liter twin turbo v6 was added as was all-wheel drive and this car also has the driver assist and advanced security package that includes auto seat belt tightening

Adaptive cruise control advanced lock control steering column locking fuel door door lock and latch shields locking wheel lugs enhanced automatic emergency braking theft deterrent alarm system vehicle inclination sensor interior vehicle movement sensor reverse automatic braking and the leather sport steering wheel with magnesium paddle shifters the driver’s

Awareness package has the intellibeam headlamps following distance indicator 8-inch color gauge cluster lane keep assist with lane departure warning and head-up display finish things off with the evergreen metallic paint and you get a total msrp of 59 395 dollars now that’s what a sport sedan supposed to look like check out the narrow waste and pronounced tips

The latter allows for bigger wheels and tires and the combination looks good too the trunk holds 11.9 cubic feet of luggage and the seats fold down for a bit more foreign before i get into it listen now that’s one smooth sounding engine it’s a 3 liter twin turbo v6 with active fuel management and auto start stop that makes a pleasing 335 horsepower and

405 pound-feet of torque a 10-speed automatic transmission sends power to all four wheels for those of you who like a little more adjustment driver mode control allows you to choose from the customizable my mode tour sport and snow and ice modes epa estimated fuel economy is rated at 18 miles per gallon city 25 miles per gallon highway with a combined rating of

21 miles per gallon auto academics saw an average of 20.7 miles per gallon during testing on the recommended premium fuel while somehow this is still classified as a compact sedan legroom is just fine other dimensions might be a little snug if you’re over six feet but if you’re over six feet you’re used to that finally ac vents and power outlets are welcome

Even if that imposing center hump isn’t while i’ve read otherwise i like the cockpit of this car the saddle colored inserts look rich and these leather seats feel similar not to mention i’m a sucker for metal speaker grills yeah some of the knobs and switches are chintzy but that’s not a luxury car offense that’s exclusive to cadillac so now that we’ve addressed

All that it’s time to take it out and see how it drives as i alluded to earlier i’m very impressed by this car and i haven’t been able to say that about a cadillac sedan since they stopped making mine it doesn’t feel quite as agile as my cts in fact it feels kind of heavy and i’m not sure if that’s due to the all-wheel drive or something that you can’t uncheck

From the options list the steering heft is a bit too heavy also especially at parking lot speeds and that’s in tour mode not sport and while i’m talking about parking lot speeds the turning radius is poor again not sure if that’s because of the all-wheel drive so if you don’t live in the snowy climates i’d stick with the standard rear wheel drive beyond that

This is a really nice car to drive the 3 500 optional 3 liter twin turbo engine is worth the price of admission with smooth strong and almost immediate power delivery the suspension feels great on the highway and magically absorbs road imperfections even big ones and the cabin is quiet plus these brakes feel wonderful the pedal is firm and they have a strong

Initial bite that’s easy to modulate so to wrap things up no this isn’t the best luxury sport sedan but in my opinion it could be the best one that caddy’s made for under 100 grand in a long time so there you have it guys the all-new 2020 cadillac ct5 premium luxury with all-wheel drive cadillac has really been impressing me with their sedans lately are they

Perfect no but they are starting to remind me of why i like my second gen cts so much as always if you like this video give it a thumbs up and let us know if you prefer rear aw or front wheel drive in the comment section below finally if you haven’t done so already by all means subscribe and hit that bell icon so you don’t miss what we have coming up next i’m

Chris mottle academics thanks for watching you

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