2025 Cadillac CT5 Base Price Increased By $9,200

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The Cadillac CT5 is just one of a few sedans in the American automaker’s SUV-heavy lineup. For 2025, the CT5 will receive a facelift that brings an updated exterior design, an updated infotainment system, and new tech features. The large facelift will see pricing for the 2025 CT5 increase considerably by $9,200 to $47,595 excluding destination.

Last year, the CT5 was available in Luxury, Premium Luxury, Sport, and CT5-V trims. For 2025, the CT5 will be dropping the base Luxury trim and starting with the Premium Luxury, which also explains the new model year’s higher price tag. Still, some shoppers may have some sticker shock if they go to purchase a 2025 CT5, as the 2024 model used to start at $38,395.

In a comparison of two Premium Luxury trims to one another, pricing for the 2025 CT5 has gone up by $4,700 according to new order guide data. Drivers looking to step up to the 2025 CT5 Sport are looking at spending $48,595, which represents an increase of $4,500 from last year.

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Cadillac is expected to continue to offer the CT5 in high-performance CT5-V and CT5-V Blackwing models. Pricing for these vehicles isn’t available yet, but based on changes for the 2025 model year, we expect these vehicles to go up in pricing.

Despite the price increase to $47,595, the 2025 Cadillac CT5 is still one of the more affordable options in the midsize segment. It costs less than the Mercedes-Benz E-Class ($62,300), BMW 5-Series ($57,900), Genesis G80 ($54,400), Audi A6 ($58,100), and Volvo S90 ($58,300). The Lexus ES ($42,040) is one of the few midsize sedans in the class that costs less than the CT5.

For 2025, the CT5 gains updated exterior lighting elements with sharp LED headlights and vertically oriented daytime running lights. On the inside, the CT5 comes with a 33-inch curved display that encompasses both the digital instrument cluster and the central touchscreen.

It’s a major step up compared to the 10-inch touchscreen found on last year’s CT5. The new 33-inch display also utilizes Cadillac’s new Google-based infotainment system, while the sedan is available with a 5G Wi-Fi hotspot and an AKG premium audio system. Elsewhere, Cadillac has introduced a blind-spot assist feature, a new driver-attention monitor, an upgraded automatic emergency braking system with intersection assist, and traffic sign recognition.

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Based out of the Washington, D.C. area, Joel Patel is an automotive journalist that hails from Northern Virginia. His work has been featured on various automotive outlets, including Autoweek, Digital Trends, and Autoblog. When not writing about cars, Joel enjoys trying new foods, wrenching on his car, and watching horror movies. 

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