2019 Cadillac XT4 Priced From $41,900 In Canada, Sales Begin This Fall

Cadillac Canada announced the pricing details of the all-new 2019 XT4, which is set for a launch this fall.

The new Cadillac ‘baby’ SUV will start from $41,900CA, including a $2,000CA delivery freight charge.

Based on an exclusive compact SUV architecture, the new Cadillac XT4 uses a more modern interpretation of the company’s design language that includes sharp-looking LED lights all around that complement the dynamic bodywork.

Cadillac expects the new 2019 XT4 to offer class-leading rear-seat comfort, with passengers getting 39.5 inches of rear legroom and the luggage space able to hold up to 48.9 cubic feet (1,385lt) with the rear seat folded.

The interior also features a new, eight-inch infotainment system with improved voice recognition and NFC connectivity. A wireless phone charger, air ionizer and a high-end Bose system are also among the cabin’s features.

So far there’s only one engine option in the form of a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder that makes 237hp and 258lb-ft of peak torque. The powerplant is paired to a nine-speed automatic transmission. Customers will get the option to choose between front- and all-wheel drive.

The new 2019 Cadillac XT4 will become the company’s first model to adopt their new trim strategy. Premium Luxury and Sport levels will join the well-equipped Luxury version, with each one offering specific content and styling cues. The new trim strategy is also going to be applied on the 2019 CT6 flagship sedan.

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  • Craig

    Interestingly enough – Cadillac’s [design wise] seem to be going back to the original ‘Art and Science’ look first introduced on the 2003 CTS. And not just the new XT4 but the CT6 and Navigator too. Sharper lines – flatter surfaces.

  • Jay

    I think it’s cost is a bit too high. Looks alright though.

    • Grumpy

      It’s on par with the x1 in pricing. NX 300 is around 44k CAD

      • Jay

        Too small for that price imo. Just me though.

  • paulgdeaton

    Another day… another Cadillac commercial…

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