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The XT6 is a brand-new offering and a brand-new nameplate for the Cadillac lineup for 2020. It’s new from the ground up, although it’s based on the same platform as the Buick Enclave, which was last redesigned for the 2018 model year. The XT6’s fuel economy estimates are on par with other six-cylinder rivals such as the Acura MDX and the Mercedes-Benz GLE450. Front-wheel drive models are rated by the EPA for 18 mpg city, 25 mpg highway, and 20 mpg combined; all-wheel drive models see city and highway numbers lowered by 1 mpg but the 20-mpg combined figure remains the same. The XT6’s result on our 200-mile highway fuel economy test route is less rosy, as our all-wheel drive test vehicle delivered just 22 mpg versus 25 mpg for the MDX and 23 for the GLE450.
In the interior, the Cadillac offers both seven- and eight-seat layouts with either a second-row, three-seat bench or a pair of captain’s chairs; all XT6s come with a third row with space for three passengers. Cargo space is limited behind the XT6’s third row, with space for only three carry-on suitcases in our testing. Lowering the third and second row seats to their flat position opens up much more space; we were able to fit 31 carry-ons in total. The Q7 accommodated one more carry-on behind its third row, but just 25 in total with all seats folded, making the XT6 the better choice for bigger, bulkier cargo.