2017 Cadillac XT5 Priced From $39,990

Stephen Elmer
by Stephen Elmer

Cadillac has announced pricing for its new 2017 XT5 crossover, the replacement for the SRX.

The new crossover will start at $39,990 including destination charges when it arrives in dealership showrooms in April of this year. That makes it about $1,400 more than the SRX, although it undercuts many of its main competitors, for example the Audi Q5 which starts at $41,825.

Springing for the top-trim XT5, the Platinum model with standard all-wheel drive, will cost $63,495. That extendes the XT5’s price range about $10,000 higher than the most expensive SRX, which costs $52,575.

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Two mid-range trims, Luxury and Premium, will also be available, costing $45,890 and $52,890 respectively. Both of these models can be outfit with all-wheel drive for $2,495.

Cadillac has yet to release all of the details on the XT5’s interior, but the brand has confirmed it will have the same rear camera mirror system that debuted in the CT6 as an option, converting the rear-view mirror to a high-definition screen displaying footage from cameras at the rear of the car. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and a host of active and passive safety features are sure to be available.

For now, the XT5’s only engine is a 310-horsepower 3.6-liter V6 mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission.

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Stephen Elmer
Stephen Elmer

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