The Cadillac comes up with the faster and more luxurious SUV 2020 Cadillac XT6. It is a large three-row luxury crossover designed to slide under the enormous Escalade and provide less truck-like driving characteristics. And while it has an underwhelming wrapper, it’s actually a refined, capable and spacious luxury crossover. Besides that it sits between the smaller, two-row XT5, and Caddy’s perennial luxury SUV bestseller, the Escalade.

The Escalade is brash, bold and above all, big. That’s exactly what’s been in the past expected from Cadillac. But the XT6 just looks like any three-row crossover with some creased lights and lines that help make it look like a Cadillac.

2020 Cadillac XT6

First of all, coming to the space for luggage, the six- or seven-passenger XT6 offers more third-row space than the five-inch-longer Escalade, but less than the taffy-stretched Escalade ESV. There’s room back there for small and average-size adults as well.

On the other hand, talking about the interior it has upgraded leather on the seats, a leather-wrapped dash, and a suede-like headliner. Besides that the SUV has a genuine carbon-fiber or wood trim, along with a host of convenience options. Furthermore, the infotainment system improves with the addition of a new rotary knob just ahead of the shifter, although it remains less intuitive than BMW’s iDrive or the (outgoing) Audi MMI system. Each row gets two USB ports. These ports are  Type-A and Type-C in the first and second, and two Type-C in the third. Besides that each seat has its own HVAC vents and LED reading lights

Now the power engine, the SUV is equipped with aspirated 3.6-liter V-6 engine. Besides that it has 310-hp six-cylinder in, say, a reasonably priced Camaro. But it’s out of its element in a 4700-pound three-row crossover. The XT6 needs a turbocharger to provide the low-end torque that minces suburban traffic so effortlessly. Other than this, Cadillac has the transmission, a nine-speed unit, slips through gears without the occupants noticing in most situations. It shifts slowly in both auto and manual mode.

Now the power engine, the SUV is equipped with aspirated 3.6-liter V-6 engine. Besides that it has 310-hp six-cylinder in, say, a reasonably priced Camaro. But it’s out of its element in a 4700-pound three-row crossover. The XT6 needs a turbocharger to provide the low-end torque that minces suburban traffic so effortlessly. Other than this, Cadillac has the transmission, a nine-speed unit, slips through gears without the occupants noticing in most situations. It shifts slowly in both auto and manual mode.

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