If you’re in the market for the 2014 Cadillac CTS, we have good news: long after unwrapping its all-new, enlarged luxury sedan on the world, Cadillac’s finally launched a build configuration on its Website, allowing you to spec and price out your dream 2014 CTS sedan.
Previously, we knew $46,025 brought home a base, rear-wheel drive 2014 CTS equipped with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. We also knew that the top-tier 2014 CTS Vsport, blessed with a hot 420-hp, twin-turbocharged V-6, carried a base price
Let’s start with the four-cylinder models. Though $46,025 brings home a standard 2014 CTS, priced from $51,925, you can step up into the Luxury trim level, which adds things like leather seating, heated and cooled front seats, heated steering wheel, ambient interior lighting, HID headlamps, blind-spot detection and lane departure warning, and 17-inch wheels. The 2014 CTS 2.0 Performance, which starts at $58,325, builds off the Luxury group by adding magnetic ride adaptive dampers, a full-color head-up display, navigation, parking assist, heated rear seats, Bose surround sound, a panoramic sunroof, and 18-inch wheels. The top-tier Premium trim, which carries a base price of $62,725, adds full leather trim, 20-way power front seats, adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking, and 18-inch polished wheels. Of course, on all these grades, all-wheel-drive is available for an extra $2000.
Want more power? The 321-hp, 3.6-liter V-6 is the next rung up the ladder. The least expensive way to order the six-cylinder 2014 Cadillac CTS is in concert with the Luxury package; a 2014 CTS so equipped starts at $54,625. The Performance group, which adds the same equipment it did on the 2.0T model, commands $61,025, while the 3.6 Premium model starts at $65,425. Crunch those numbers, and it’s clear the six-cylinder adds roughly $2700 to the price tag of a 2014 Cadillac CTS. All-wheel drive is also an option on 3.6-liter models, and again commands $2000.
All-wheel-drive is standard, however, on the 2014 Cadillac CTS Vsport, which carries a MSRP of $59,995. So too is magnetic ride control, an electronic limited-slip rear diff, navigation, automatic parking assist, and 18-inch wheels with run-flat tires. There’s a fair amount of standard content here, but stepping up to the Vsport Premium adds not only $10,000 to the price tag, but also adaptive cruise control, 20-way power front seats, full leather interior trim, a panoramic sunroof, heated rear seats, tri-zone climate control, and more.
Want to spec out your own 2014 Cadillac CTS? Click here to play with the configuration site. Look for early 2014 CTS models to roll into dealer showrooms shortly, as Cadillac says the all-new CTS goes on sale this fall.