If you'd rather err toward sport than luxury, there's also a XT6 Sport trim available, which adds standard all-wheel drive (AWD is also available on the Premium Luxury trim, but for a price). That one will set you back $58,090 (again, including destination). Both trims pack the same powertrain -- a 3.6-liter V6 good for 310 horsepower and 271 pound-feet of torque, mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission.
It's a little less expensive than its German competitors. Thestarts at $54,545 including destination, while the won't leave the dealer for less than $54,695. The is in its own universe with a starting price of $61,695.
That pricing seems a little harsh, however, compared to competitors from the US and Japan. Thewill undercut the XT6 at $52,195, and it offers RWD instead of FWD. The old but recently refreshed , though, starts at $45,295, while the three-row starts at $48,895.
Cadillac will start taking XT6 orders this month ahead of its on-sale date. Deliveries should begin in the summer.