Which 2019 Cadillac stole the show & what did the year produce? We’re sharing it all in our 2019 Cadillac takeaway!
In the second quarter of 2019, Cadillac sales made up almost 40,000 of the new vehicles purchased in the U.S. No doubt about it: Cadillac sales are going strong.
Are you interested in a 2019 Cadillac but need to know your options? Don’t worry, we’re here to help! Check out our takeaway of the 2019 Cadillac models.
Cadillac offers a large line of sedans, and each one offers a variety of unique features. Check out these four 2019 Cadillac models.
The Cadillac ATS, or the “Alpha Touring Sedan,” is the company’s compact sedan. The engine options are either a 272-horsepower V4 or a 335-horsepower V6. The sportier “ATS-V” line has a twin-turbo V6 engine that can output up to 464 horsepower.
The ATS has magnetic ride control which adjusts to road surfaces for a smoother ride. It also uses a lighter frame, aero grille shutters, and an underbody aero shield to optimize airflow around the vehicle.
The ATS contains some of Cadillac’s best features, such as a built-in Wi-Fi hotspot and remote start via your smartphone. Safety features include automatic seat belt tightening and wipers that detect rain level to adjust speed.
The ATS features Bose audio in their vehicles. Your driver’s display is an LCD screen that you can configure as desired. And the vehicle offers a Head-Up Display with information right on the windshield.
The CTS, or Catera Touring Sedan, lets you choose between a 268-horsepower V4 or a 335-horsepower V6. The V-Sport offers twin-turbo V6 engines at 420-horsepower. But the CTS-V is Cadillac’s most powerful engine, with a supercharged 640-horsepower V8 engine that maxes out at 200 mph.
Like the ATS, the CTS has magnetic ride control, Bose speakers, remote start, and a Wi-fi hotspot. It also offers wireless charging for compatible smartphones.
And it has some unique safety features, like Brembo front brakes for better stopping power and less wear. It has surround vision that shows your car from a bird’s-eye view. And it has forward collision alerts and lane change alerts.
The Cadillac CT6 is part of the Cadillac Touring series. You can choose either a V6, 335 horsepower engine or a twin-turbo V6 engine with 404 horsepower. Or the CT6 V-sport has twin-turbo V8’s that generate 550 horsepower.
The CT6 base model also offers Super Cruise, which is Cadillac’s name for their automatic driving capabilities. And it has 34 Bose speakers throughout the vehicle, Magnetic Ride Control, and a Wi-Fi hotspot.
The car also has a rear entertainment system with 10″ screens and personal device connectivity. Safety features include the Safety Alert seat, which pulses to warn you of a situation that may need your attention, based on the vehicle’s crash avoidance technology. At low speeds, it has automatic braking can also sense imminent collisions and engage the brakes for you.
This “Crossover Touring Sedan” is a spacious full-size sedan. The normal V6 engine offers 304 horsepower. The V-Sport model has twin-turbocharged V6 engines with 410-horsepower.
The spacious back seat offers up to 40 inches of leg room, and the trunk has 18 cubic feet of space. The front seats offer massage functions, as well as heat and ventilation.
Again, there’s wireless charging, remote start, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and Bose Surround Sound. There’s also Magnetic Ride Control and Brembo Front Brakes. The UltraView sunroof spans the front and back seats so everyone can enjoy the view.
The XTS also offers all-wheel drive with Haldex technology and a tire design that reduces outside noise. Its safety features include forward collision alert, surround vision, and warnings about lane departure.
While Cadillac used to be primarily known for their sedans, ever since the Escalade’s arrival in 1999 they’ve offered a wide range of SUVs. Choose from their classic Escalade or one of their new crossover SUVs, designated as the “XT” line.
The 2019 Cadillac Escalade is Cadillac’s largest vehicle choice. If the base model isn’t big enough, the extended ESV model is 588 millimeters longer and has a 355-millimeter longer wheelbase. This extra space benefits third-row passengers and doubles the cargo space.
The V8 engine has 420 horsepower. The base model has up to 94.2 cubic feet of cargo space and can tow up to 8,300 pounds. The ESV has up to 120.9 cubic feet of cargo space and can tow 8,100 pounds.
The front seats have 12-way power adjustments, and the back has a Rear Seat Entertainment System. And there’s tri-zone climate control with separate driver, front passenger, and rear passenger settings.
Again, it has a Wi-Fi hotspot, wireless charging, Magnetic Ride Control, and Bose speakers. It also has power assist steps to help you enter the vehicle, a hands-free liftgate for the trunk, and StabiliTrak for better braking pressure.
Safety features include parking assist and a rear mirror camera. Adaptive cruise control lets you adjust your vehicle speed to maintain a specific following distance of the car in front of you. And the vehicle offers alerts if vehicles are moving into your car’s blind spots.
This crossover SUV is smaller than its XT5 counterpart and has a turbocharged 4-cylinder with up to 237 horsepower. The high-strength steel is designed to protect you in the event of a crash, as well as 8 standard airbags.
The rear seats have 60/40 folding. But if that’s not enough, there are tons of storage areas — six in the front-floor console. Like the Escalade, it offers hands-free lift gates, a rear-view mirror camera, and adaptive cruise control.
The XT4 also offers Active Sport Suspension to adjust the dampening of each wheel for a more comfortable drive. The car’s Bluetooth lets you connect two phones at the same time. And you can get Amazon packages delivered right into your vehicle with Key by Amazon.
The XT5 is Cadillac’s best-selling vehicle. It has a V6, 310-horsepower engine. And it has cylinder deactivation technology that lets you switch to four-cylinder mode to save fuel.
The folding rear seats offer 63 cubic feet of cargo room. It has a sunroof covering the front and back for optimal views. And it has a hands-free lift gate, Bose Surround Sound, a Wi-Fi Hotspot, wireless charging, and a rear-view mirror camera.
It has touring, AWD, and sport driver modes to give you more control of your vehicle. Real-time damping and Stabilitrak are also used in this model. For safety features, the vehicle offers alerts to help you stay in your lane, change lanes, and manage your blind spot.