Cadillac CT5 Oil Type
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- Manufacturer: Cadillac
- Data Source: Owner's Manual
You can find 6 different trims for the Cadillac CT5 and their corresponding recommended oil type.
The years available stretch from 2019 through to 2023 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.
The Cadillac CT5 is among the newer sedans to join the Cadillac family, arriving in 2019 for the 2020 model year. It’s marketed as a midsize entry-level luxury executive sedan and first debuted at the 2019 New York Auto Show.
The model has achieved moderate success in the US market, but enjoys greater popularity in China, where it outsold the US market 3:1 in 2020, and 6:1 in 2021. A starting price between $35,000 and $40,000 since release has kept the car relatively competitive.
The top attraction of the CT5 has been its exterior design, which has the look of a somewhat toned-down Chevrolet Camaro --- and that’s intentional. It’s also powered by a decent 2.0L 4-cylinder engine as standard with the option to upgrade to a 335-hp 3.0L V6 engine with a twin turbocharger. On the latest models, both engine options are paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission.
While the interior can be said to be somewhat straightforward, it’s certainly an improvement on its predecessor, the CTS. The main issue remains that there is something of a lack of luxury when regarding the materials used. If you shoot for a higher trim level like the Premium, however, you do get some rather nice open-pore wood trim that does much to improve the interior, but it doesn’t compensate for the continued use of cheaper plastics.
However, Cadillac helps make up for this with an excellent infotainment system that’s intuitive and sufficiently large at 10 inches. Some of the previously frustrating touch-sensitive controls have been replaced with physical controls, creating a much better balance for drivers and passengers alike. The rotary wheel control hasn’t gone for the infotainment system, but it’s now optional so those who prefer using the touchscreen can do so.
Cadillac also offered some very pleasing advanced options like a driver head-up display, wireless device charging and even a premium Bose sound system. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto all come as standard.