The lowest-rung CT6 starts at $55,090 (including a $995 destination charge). That amount nets buyers features such as a 10.2-inch CUE infotainment unit, an eight-speaker sound system, remote start, one year of OnStar, a built-in 4G LTE and wifi hotspot, 18-inch wheels, LED headlights, a rear-view camera, 14-way power front seats, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, dual USB ports, SiriusXM radio, wireless phone charging, dual-zone climate control, and an eight-inch digital gauge cluster.
Buyers can further add the $3,500 Driver Awareness and Convenience Package, which bundles forward collision alert, automatic braking, following distance indicator, pedestrian braking, rear-cross-traffic alert, a panoramic sunroof, heated front seats, and navigation. There is also the $1,095 Sport Package, which adds a small lip spoiler and gloss black ground effects, and an Enhanced Sport Package for $4,795 that includes the Sport Package contents along with 20-inch wheels.
For buyers who want either more power or more grip, another $2,000 will get them all-wheel drive and the 3.6-liter engine.