2020 Cadillac CT5: Sized Right, Priced Right?

Just when it seems like automakers’ prime directive in their redesigns is “Bigger! Bigger!,” Cadillac makes the opposite move. The 2020 Cadillac CT5 replaces the CTS mid-size and ATS compact sedans in the automaker’s lineup, slotting between them in size and below both in price. It’ll start at $37,890, almost $10,000 less than the CTS and around $1,000 less than the ATS; all prices include a destination charge.

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The base price is for the entry-level Luxury model with rear-wheel drive, which undercuts similarly sized luxury rivals like the BMW 3 Series and Audi A4.

The compact sedan also will be available in Premium Luxury ($41,690) and Sport trims ($42,690); all-wheel drive is available across the lineup for an additional $2,600 to $3,090, depending on trim.

Standard features across the lineup include automatic emergency braking, forward collision alert, front pedestrian braking, a safety alert seat, a high-definition digital backup camera, driver vehicle mode control including a customizable My-Mode setting, Cadillac’s next-generation infotainment system with a 10-inch HD touchscreen and rotary controller, OnStar, keyless entry and pushbutton start, active noise cancellation and sound optimization.

The reported prices are for models with the 237-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and 10-speed automatic transmission. A 335-hp, twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 will also be available, but Cadillac has not yet released pricing for that powertrain or the V-Series model, which will join the lineup after launch. The automaker also plans to make the Super Cruise autonomous driving system available on the CT5, but has not yet released a schedule or pricing.

Four-cylinder versions of the 2020 Cadillac CT5 will go on sale in the fall with the other models to follow.

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