2013 Cadillac XTS Starts At $44,995

Derek Kreindler
by Derek Kreindler
2013 cadillac xts starts at 44 995

The 2013 Cadillac XTS will start at $44,995 when it goes on sale later this spring. While three trim levels have been confirmed for the car, only the base price has been revealed. No word on how much the tech-laden Platinum edition will retail for. Cadillac’s CUE infotainment system will be standard, but all-wheel drive will be an option across the board.

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  • 86SN2001 86SN2001 on Apr 05, 2012

    This is how you do a proper luxury car.

  • "This is how you do a proper luxury car." I AGREE For any car over $30,000, I feel Navigation systems should be standard. I feel the only tacck on options should be for better seats (i.e: Recaros), a more powerful engine (i.e: V-series) or a rear seat package/ entertainment option. This car should come with the 3.6L V6 STANDARD - and the way I see it, considering where gas prices are, unless they can fit a 550HP engine into this car and make it AWD (similar to the work Chrysler did with the Jeep SRT8) , there's really no reason to offer more than one engine.

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    • Stuki Stuki on Apr 05, 2012

      @Dynasty aristurtle, Wasn't one of the motivations for integrating the sound system that every darned car with a "fancy" head unit ended up with it's windows smashed in, so that the fancy $3000 unit could find it's way to a ghetto beater? At least now, if you do break in and rip the $7500 Mark Levinson system out of a Lexus, the only people you can expect to sell it to, are other Lexus drivers. Similar concerns may well keep automakers from simply including an Ipad/AndroidPad holder, and letting that unit handle the user interface.

  • Dynasty Dynasty on Apr 05, 2012

    @ aristurtle Yes, I know that in the past DIN existed......

  • Mtymsi Mtymsi on Apr 05, 2012

    Is the XTS the replacement for the STS?