Cadillac CT6 Plug-In Gets Official EPA Ratings
It gets rather craptastic gas mileage, but at least it plugs in so you don’t have to burn it.
The EPA’s internal database has been updated to include the all-new Cadillac CT6 plug-in hybrid.
We’ll start first with the bright spots. The CT6 plug-in impresses us with its electric range. Here’s the breakdown:
- City range – 27.76 miles
- Highway range – 33.94 miles
- Combined range – 31 miles
Now for the bad news. The CT6 plug-in is portly at well north of 4,000 pounds (though classified only as midsize, according to the EPA), apparently not very aerodynamic and therefore it guzzles down the premium gas. So if you can do it, we would suggesting sticking to electricity as much as possible.
The MPG rating are as follows:
- City MPG – 23
- Highway MPG – 29
- Combined MPG – 26
See details below:
Here’s some additional info via the EPA. Note the MPGe figure is officially 62, a disappointing number too.
The all-new, built-in-China, Cadillac CT6 PHV arrived in America in March. There’s limited supply at U.S. dealers right now. Pricing starts at $75,095 (+ $995 destination). Additional details on the CT6 plug-in can be found here.