It may lack luxury panache, but the XT6 at least looks handsome and is usefully packaged.
Calling crossovers and other tall, family-oriented vehicles boring is now a trope. Of course boxy wagons designed to ease the schlepping of children, stuff, or some combination of both through Americans’ daily lives aren’t going to stoke embers in car enthusiasts’ loins the way, say, Cadillac’s 640-hp CTS-V sports sedan might. So, we’re not going to fault Cadillac’s all-new three-row XT6 for being bland—even if the only splash it makes is when the first customer car encounters a puddle. Instead, we’ll call it out for failing to make an appropriately luxurious impression while praising its excellent packaging.
Read full post here: