Used 2017 Cadillac CT6 Pricing

List Price $60,695 - $87,795
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2017 Highlights

The CT6 Plug-In is new for 2017. It has a gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain that you can recharge at home. It's good for about 30 miles of all-electric driving range before it switches to regular hybrid mode. Otherwise the rest of the lineup is unchanged.
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  • Plenty of rear passenger space for adults
  • Engaging driving experience for a large luxury sedan
  • V6 engines are respectably powerful and fuel efficient
  • Priced less than many other competing sedans


  • Lacks the cosseting ride quality of top rivals
  • Comparatively small trunk
  • Infotainment interface is less intuitive to use than some rival systems

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Used 2017 Cadillac CT6 for Sale

Cadillac CT6 2017 Platinum 4dr Sedan AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A) Dark Adriatic Blue Metallic Jet Black premium leather4,796 miles
Used 2017Cadillac CT6Platinum
Est.Loan: $1,277/mo
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"Check out this fantastic and loaded 2017 Cadillac CT6 Platinum! Beautiful Dark Adriatic Blue Metallic Paint and Jet Black Interior. Clean Auto History Report. Loaded with so many features including the 3.0L Twin Turbocharged V6 and 8-Speed Automatic Transmission

Cadillac CT6 2017 Platinum 4dr Sedan AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A) Black Raven Jet Black premium leather475 miles
Used 2017Cadillac CT6Platinum
Est.Loan: $1,219/mo
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IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR THE DEAL OF THE CENTURY, YOU'VE FOUND IT!! THIS IS THE FLAGSHIP SEDAN FOR CADILLAC AND IT IS THE MUCH SOUGHT AFTER PLATINUM EDITION!!! LOOK AT THE MILES ON IT, IT STILL SMELLS NEW INSIDE!! THIS ONE WAS OVER $92,000 NEW AND WE ARE OFFERING IT AT A STEAL OF A PRICE. Frankel Cadillac is honored to present a wonderful example of pure vehicle design... this 2017 Cadillac CT6 Sedan Platinum AWD only has 475 miles on it and could potentially be the vehicle of your dreams! This vehicle is loaded with great features, plus it comes with the CARFAX BuyBack Guarantee. This Cadillac CT6 Sedan Platinum AWD is for the discerning driver who demands the utmost of his vehicle. You'll love the feel of AWD in this 2017 Cadillac CT6 Sedan. It provides a perfect balance of handling power and control in virtually every driving condition. More information about the 2017 Cadillac CT6 Sedan: The CT6 competes with full size luxury cars such as the BMW 7-series, the Audi A8 and the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. However, with a base price of around $54,000, the CT6 is actually priced similarly to mid-sized luxury cars like the smaller BMW 5-Series and the Audi A6. In essence, the Cadillac CT6 offers large car amenities at a mid-sized car price. The CT6 though, is every bit as modern and capable as its European competitors, offering a huge suite of technology and innovative luxury features to make getting from place to place as comfortable as possible. This model sets itself apart with value, comfortable ride, lightweight body, Expansive cabin, and available luxury Price show may not include Cadillac Certified Warranty.

Cadillac CT6 2017 PLUG-IN 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo gas/electric hybrid EVT) 2,889 miles
Used 2017Cadillac CT6PLUG-IN
Est.Loan: $910/mo
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Easily the worst car I have ever owned
My 2017 Cadillac CT-6 is bad beyond belief. It has been in the shop for approx 4 of the 20 weeks that I have owned it. I would not wish this car on my worst enemy. Here is a list of all the problems. Brake pedal assembly needed to be replaced, seat belt tightening motor needed to be replaced, and panel under steering wheel fell off. Those are the problems that have been resolved. What has not been resolved is the headliner makes a loud rattling noise. It comes from the area between the sun roofs. I have taken it to two dealerships and they have attempted to fix it with “clamps”. That actually made it worse. Last but not least. The car makes a very loud whining noise. It sounds like a cat being tortured( not that I have heard a cat being tortured). It’s really loud. I understand that I may have just gotten a lemon but so far GM has not done anything to make this right. It’s a great looking car but so far miserable to drive.
Fighting with GM is not easy
I actually will be talking about 2 issues in this review. My first issue involves my vehicle being rear ended by a motorist not paying any attention to traffic conditions. I had my vehicle towed to a Cadillac dealer and contacted my insurance company. I thought that things were in motion to get my vehicle repaired but, 2 weeks later, this dealership contacted me and apologized because they could not repair my vehicle as they did not have a "clean aluminum" room. This dealership found another repair shop that did have the clean room but, again, 2 more weeks later, I was contacted and told that this body shop did not have a GM required clean room. A repair shop that met GM's requirements was found in North Hollywood, Ca. and the vehicle was shipped to this body shop for repair. The accident occurred on March 27, 2017 and I did not get my vehicle back from this repair shop until mid July 2017. Issues encountered were that parts were ordered but placed on backorder and the communications with this repair shop were not good. (Note: I reside in West Covina, more than 30 miles from the repair shop.) Doing some research, I found that there were only 5 repair shops in the state of California that were qualified to repair my vehicle. In all fairness, the first Cadillac shop that I took my vehicle to had me driving their loaner vehicles during the duration and they also were able to get GM to refund two of my monthly payments. My biggest question is: how can a company such as GM actually not have a network in place rather than try to catch up after the fact?? My second issue involves the transmission on this vehicle. On occasion the transmission shifts/lurches so hard that it feels like the vehicle was struck from the rear. I did take the vehicle in for service and dealership stated that they upgraded the computer and the problem should not re-occur. Wrong! The same issue has occurred several more times and one time my grandkids were in the vehicle and it actually scared them when the vehicle lurched. Reading other reviews involving the Cadillac CT6 shows that I am not alone with this issue. I know that there is no perfect vehicle available on this planet but, what I fear is that the lurching may occur and cause an accident or transmission will not last long and will need to be replaced (hopefully, while under warranty).
What I wanted.
I wanted a large sedan that was very quick and athletic (and didn't need a lot of down-time being repaired). I also wanted a vehicle that had all of the latest safety and convenience features and was reasonably priced. From the magazine and owner reviews that I read, this was the car. After only one month of ownership, I can not address the question of reliability, but I can attest to my satisfaction with regard to the other aspects in which I was interested.

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