Thursday, June 13, 2013

2014 Cadillac CTS price

The all new, larger, CTS will start at $46 025.
For the base model powered by a 2.0 Liter Turbo with 272HP.

About $6000 more than the current model.

Since it now compete with larger and more expensive cars like the $50 000 BMS 5 series, $53 000 Mercedes E class, $49 000 Infiniti M37 or the $47 500 Lexus GS.
Only the Audi A6 is a bit cheaper starting at under $45 000. But that car comes with a 2.0 Turbo with only 211HP (Yes, really...)

The Vsport version powered by the new V6 Turbo with 420HP will start at $60 000.




7 comments:

Soul Brother No. 7 said...

I can only hope the coupe and wagon will still exist...or an available manual.

Anonymous said...

So about two grand cheaper than the German rivals?

LOL, good luck Cadillac. I'll take a BMW or a MB every single time if given the choice.

Anonymous said...

As for now there will only be a 4 door. Its possible we might see a manual later down the road!

Anonymous said...

Cadillac looked at everything the Germans did right in a drivers car and applied it to the new CTS. There is absolutely no compromise in its design.

Anonymous said...

I can't believe I'm going to say this about a Cadillac. But this thing is beautiful. It's going to sell like crazy.

Anonymous said...

GM STILL beats the Germans & Japs when it cone to S T Y L E. And now that the performance of the V is up there near M (and ahead of AMG)... CADILLAC IS THE STANDARD OF THE WORLD !!!

Anonymous said...

Vince, the 5-series is more like $60k+++. The base model at $47,995+tax+shipping+prep is stripped pretty bare and therefore you'll never find it on a dealers lot. Not much market for a $50k 4-door with vinyl seats, no nav, and a basic 4-cylindar. And if you go nuts on the options list a 5-series will be close to $120,000.US. That makes the new Cad a heck of a bargan--especially with styling that BMW lost when they lost Bangel.