Cadillac CT5 to Cost Less than German Rivals at $37,890 by Sebastien Bell July 18, 2019 Share Comments Cadillac is hoping to attract buyers with value, charging less for the 2020 CT5 than BMW, Mercedes, and Audi charge for their similarly-sized rivals. Similarly being the operative word there because Cadillac has been quick to point out that its CT5 is actually bigger than the 3 Series, A4, and C-Class. Cadillac’s value play is the same one taken by its non-German competition. Both the Genesis G70 and the Volvo S60 cost less than their German counterparts and less than the CT5, for that matter. With prices starting at $37,890 for the CT5, it will cost less than the new BMW 3 Series which starts at over $40,000 but will cost more than a G70, which starts at less than $36,000. And for your nearly $38,000, you’ll get Cadillac’s latest 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine making a hearty 237 hp. That’s a few horses fewer than BMW’s 255 or the G70’s 252. Like the competition, though, Cadillac will sell you an AWD version. That comes in at $2,600. If you want a six-cylinder, meanwhile, prices start at $41,690 and output is rated at 335 hp. As for the CT5-V and the CT5-V Blackwing, prices have, unfortunately, not been revealed yet.