2017 Cadillac XT5 vs 2016 Lexus GX
Cadillac is world-renown for their incredible grasp of comfort and luxury, and this all-new luxury crossover SUV is as eye-catching as it is fun to drive. The 2017 Cadillac XT5 crossover is a spacious option for drivers looking to add style, without giving up versatility and a powerful performance. Today we'll compare the 2017 Cadillac XT5 vs 2016 Lexus GX to highlight what features make each option stand out. Read on to learn more about the engine specs and interior features.
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|2017 Cadillac XT5||VS||2016 Lexus GX|
|3.6-Liter V-6||Base Engine||4.6-Liter V-8|
|Eight-Speed Auto||Transmission||Six-Speed Auto|
|63 cubic-feet||Cargo Space||64.7 cubic-feet|
Power and Style for the 2017 Cadillac XT5
Praised for the outstanding interior, the designers of the XT5 paid special attention to the visual details throughout. Each passenger is greeted with comfort and luxury. Wide horizontal elements allow for a truly efficient use of space. When comparing the cargo space you'll find in both the XT5 and the Lexus GX, it's interesting to point out that they are basically the same. Whichever crossover you choose, folding the rear seats makes over 60 cubic feet of cargo space available for your use!
When you compare the engine specs for both the XT5 and the GX, you'll find that the XT5 stands ahead in both power and fuel efficiency. Despite having a smaller base engine, the XT5 produces an impressive 310 horsepower. When compared to the slightly less impressive 301 horsepower of the GX, it's even more impressive that the Cadillac gets up to 27 mpg on the highway. The Lexus GX achieves only 20 mpg on the highway, making it less fuel efficient, less powerful, and more expensive at the base trim.