Cadillac is making a serious attempt to claw its way back into the heart of the luxury market. Its lineup of rear-wheel-drive sedans (the ATS, the CTS, and the CT6) are gratifyingly dynamic and punctuated by the 464-hp ATS-V and the 640-hp CTS-V. The lineup now features a range of SUV choices: First, there's Cadillac's first subcompact crossover, the XT4, which is all new for 2019. In the middle are the mid-size XT5 and the XT6. A bit of the old guard is still present in the truck-based Cadillac SUV, the Escalade.
Cadillac's first entrant into the luxury electric-vehicle market will be the Lyriq SUV, which features sleek styling and a modern cabin.
As the sole American offering in a European-dominated segment, the 2022 Cadillac CT4 has a lot to prove—and its sharp styling and playful handling should help it earn credibility.
The Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing is bred for performance driving, with a 472-hp twin-turbo V-6 powertrain and a chassis specially tuned for circling racetracks.
Compared to its rivals, the 2022 Cadillac CT5 doesn't have the sharpest reflexes or the poshest cabin, but its stylish design helps it stand out in the crowd.
The 2022 CT5-V Blackwing is an all-new performance sedan in the Cadillac lineup, but it's powered by a familiar supercharged V-8 engine.
More than 20 years ago, General Motors created the original Escalade by slapping a Cadillac grille a GMC Yukon; the 2022 model has evolved into one of the most luxurious vehicles on the market.
With no shortage of choices among small-luxury SUVs, the 2022 Cadillac XT4 appeals to buyers with a sharp design, spacious interior, and upright driving position.
As a compact luxury SUV, the 2022 Cadillac XT5 aims for broad appeal, but it lacks some key attributes needed to compete against more impressive rivals.
Although it shares components with the GMC Acadia, the 2022 Cadillac XT6 disguises its down-market roots with upscale styling and a feature-rich options list.
Serving as the entry point to the Cadillac brand, the 2021 CT4 has the unenviable job of attracting luxury buyers away from established German carmakers.
Tired of being the American knife in a German gun fight, Cadillac has Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz in its sights with the 2021 CT5 sports sedan.
The all-new 2021 Cadillac Escalade is the most luxurious and possibly most handsome one yet, with concept-car styling cues and a tech-heavy cabin.
The 2021 Cadillac XT4 is a visually distinctive subcompact luxury crossover, but it's also less luxurious and refined than most rivals.
The 2021 Cadillac XT5 may be the company's most popular model, but it doesn't match the driving engagement and luxury experience of similar compact crossovers.
Shopping for three rows of seats and sharp Cadillac styling? You could go with the hulking Escalade, but the 2021 XT6 offers similar space in a nimbler package.
The 2020 CT4 has the challenging job of attracting first-time luxury buyers to the Cadillac brand, but its playful handling and upscale styling make it worth a hard look.
Although the 2020 CT5 is meant to be Cadillac's prize fighter, missteps with chassis tuning and interior richness render it less desirable than expected.
With some affordable models and a beautiful exterior design, the 2020 Cadillac CT6 is a striking and engaging sedan, but it leaves high-end luxury at the door.
While everyone recognizes the 2020 Escalade, and it has lots of standard luxuries, the Cadillac is really just an ordinary SUV playing dress-up.
Although it has an expressive design and refined engine, the Cadillac XT4 lacks the luxury characteristics that define most of its classmates.
The Cadillac XT5 is the company's most popular model, but it can't match the driving engagement and luxury experience of similar compact crossovers.
Although it wears a premium badge and is dressed like a luxury SUV, it fails to convince us that it is one.
Combining impressive performance and distinctive styling in a tidy package, the ATS continues to challenge the best from Europe and Japan.
The ATS-V is Cadillac’s athletic, muscle-bound contender, eager to represent the home team in the fight against other performance rides like the BMW M3 and M4.
Sleek styling and high-tech features help the CT6 shed the Cadillac clichés in an attempt to best its European rivals.
In a field of luxury sports sedans that are directed more toward the posh end of that spectrum, the 2019 Cadillac CTS is a breath of fresh air for driving enthusiasts.
Now this is our kind of Cadillac: It’s got a supercharged 640-hp 6.
Once the de facto king of bling, the 2019 Cadillac Escalade still symbolizes high-class transportation to consumers; however, its luxury reputation is under further consideration.
Cadillac is late to the compact-luxury-crossover party, but the 2019 XT4 is prepped to make up for lost time.
From nose to tail, the XT5's styling is pure Cadillac, sharing the same edgy design theme and 3.
Large luxury has always been the name of the game for Cadillac, but its not-quite-a-flagship XTS sedan proves that the company is no longer at the head of the pack for land yachts.
The 2018 Cadillac CT6 takes on more expensive European rivals with its excellent ride and handling, elegant design, and wealth of tech features.
The 2018 Cadillac CTS stands out with sporty design and great handling, but getting serious performance requires upgrading from the standard engines.
The 2018 Cadillac Escalade's roominess, strong engine, and opulent reputation make it a popular choice in its class, but its luxury crown has begun to slip.
The 2018 Cadillac XT5 has modern styling, loads of tech features, and plenty of cargo room, although it lacks the refinement of some competitors.
The 2018 Cadillac XTS provides a decent amount of luxury for a reasonable price, although it lags behind many full-size competitors in opulence.
The CTS is a good choice for buyers who are willing to swap a bit of luxury in their luxury sedan for a more sporty driving experience.
The CT6 offers good driving dynamics and loads of the latest technology, but it falls short of rival flagship sedans in the luxury department.
The XT5 takes aim at the top players in the luxury compact SUV class but falls just short of the mark.
It’s astonishing to look at, beautifully crafted inside and out, and the first electric-hybrid Cadillac since…ever.
Cadillac’s SRX is an avant-garde alternative in a segment founded by the more unadventurous Lexus RX350.
The EXT is the strange union of the Escalade SUV and the Chevrolet Avalanche pickup, which means it has the fold-down Midgate that allows added cargo flexibility.
The DTS is conceived to please owners who prioritize posh living-room comfort.
The STS can hold its own on a challenging road, with a 302-hp V-6 and six-speed automatic transmission and either rear- or all-wheel drive.
The XLR is based on the Chevrolet Corvette, featuring a 320-hp V-8 under the hood, a folding hardtop, and offering back-road manners and performance on par with top European GT convertibles.