Cadillac CT4 Oil Capacity And Oil Type

The 2022 CT4 is the first vehicle in the Cadillac brand to be produced with a fully redesigned exterior. The 2022 CT4 saloon serves as the entry point for consumers interested in experiencing Cadillac’s playful side, as it offers a taste of what you’ll find in its more expensive and higher-performance relatives. Thanks to its sharp handling and attractive curb appeal, it has what it takes to compete with European compact-sedan competitors such as the BMW 2-series Gran Coupe and Mercedes-Benz A-class.

2019 2020 2021 2022 Cadillac CT4 Oil Capacity

Engine Oil Capacity (with filter) Oil Type
2.0L 4-cyl Engine LSY Turbo 5.3 quarts (5 liters) 0W-20
2.7L 4-cyl Engine L3B Turbo 6 quarts (5.7 liters) 5W-30

The engine is a turbo 2.7-liter four-cylinder with up to 325 horsepower in the top-spec V-Series trim. That version, by the way, should not be mistaken for the quicker CT4-V Blackwing model, which we discuss separately.

The CT4’s biggest flaw, like that of other Cadillac vehicles, is that the interior materials and ambiance don’t compare to those offered by luxury-brand competitors.

The Cadillac CT4 is a decent vehicle. The engines in the CT4 are lively, and fuel efficiency is excellent. The CT4 has a smooth ride and handles well. Inside, it appears to be of good quality, with comfy front seats and an easy-to-use infotainment system. There are, however, some disadvantages. The cabin materials, for example, aren’t at the same level as you would expect from a luxury car, and the rear seats and trunk are quite tiny.

The CT4 is offered in two four-cylinder configurations: a twin-turbo V-6 and a six-speed manual. Meanwhile, the new Blackwing comes with a twin-turbo V-6 and a standard six-speed manual transmission.

The CT4 can now be equipped with GM’s Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving system, which is new for 2019. However, it’s only available on the CT4 Premium Luxury and CT4 Sport. That technology accurately simulates a human driver’s lane centering, cornering, traffic recognition, lane changes, and braking/acceleration.

Dan Hoffman

Dan is a co-founder of Engineswork. He knows everything about internal combustion engines. Ask your questions in comments down below this article - he will be glad to help you anytime.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Recent Posts