The battle is interesting in the mid-size luxury SUV category. Automakers recognize the importance of this niche, as it meets the growing needs of modern families. Infiniti redesigned the QX60 last year and received rave reviews.

At Cadillac, we applaud this healthy competition, because we know that our XT6 has all the tools to take on any rival.

Take a look at what sets it apart from the Infiniti QX60.

Its powertrains

With the QX60, we get a powertrain solution, a 3.5-litre V6 that offers 295 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque. This engine does well, but it meets its Waterloo with the 3.6-liter V6 that powers the Cadillac XT6. With 310 horsepower and 271 pound-feet of torque, it’s superior, not to mention smoother.

In addition, the XT6 can take advantage of a 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, this time capable of delivering 237 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. It proves to be the champion of economy with much better ratings than the QX60 (0.7 liters in the city, 0.5 liters on the highway).

Interior space

With an SUV, it’s always nice to have as much room as possible in the back. After all, that’s the main reason to buy this kind of vehicle. Well, when you need to haul stuff, you’ll be better off with the XT6, which has 2229 liters of space available when the seats are folded behind the first row. With the QX60, the capacity caps at 2135 liters.


Finally, there’s the prestige associated with the Cadillac brand that shouldn’t be forgotten. For example, after three years on the market, depreciation is about 5 to 8 percent higher with Infiniti’s product. Add years to the equation and the gap widens, so if you want to recoup the maximum on the resale of the model, whether it’s in 5, 8 or 10 years, it’s with the Cadillac representative that you can do so.

We often forget this kind of detail, but it is of major importance.

This Cadillac XT6 is worth discovering. What are you waiting for?