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2019 Cadillac XT5 Shows New Sport Package at Chicago Auto Show

2019 Cadillac XT5 with Sport Package

Cadillac will offer a Sport Package with more aggressive looks for its 2019 XT5 two-row SUV, following the introduction of Sport versions of its new 2019 XT4 compact and big 2020 XT6 SUVs. The special edition is being unveiled at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show and will be available in the spring.

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The package is offered on the XT5's mid-level Luxury and Premium Luxury trim levels. It builds on their features and adds a gloss-black grille with Galvano (brushed chrome-look) trim; 20-inch aluminum wheels with a gray finish; side steps; clear taillight lenses; and LED headlights, accent lights and cornering lights.

Inside, the Sport Package has sport pedals and offers a choice of two color schemes, both with aluminum trim: Jet Black or a light Cirrus-and-Jet Black two-tone combination.

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The package builds on the standard features for either trim, which include a Bose audio system, heated front seats (heated and ventilated on Premium Luxury), a heated steering wheel, a panoramic moonroof, a power liftgate and the Cadillac User Experience multimedia system with an 8-inch touchscreen. Power for the Sport model is unchanged from the standard 310-horsepower, 3.6-liter V-6 engine mated to an eight-speed automatic.

The Sport Package is priced at $2,995 for the Luxury trim level and $1,995 for the Premium Luxury. The Luxury with front-wheel drive starts at $49,490, and the Premium Luxury at $55,190; both prices include a $995 destination charge.

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