Cadillac XT6 Engine Oil Service Maintenance Reminder Light Reset
A simple guide on how to reset the engine oil service maintenance reminder indicator message light on Cadillac XT6 2020.
- Close all doors, gear to park position.
- Turn the ignition to the RUN position/ignition on. Don’t start the engine.
- Use the scroll button on the steering wheel to navigate the INFO menu.
- Then scroll down to navigate the remaining OIL LIFE.
- While the remaining OIL LIFE is displayed. Press and hold the CENTER scroll button or the CHECK button to reset the oil life to 100%.
- Turn off the ignition. The oil reset is complete.
About Cadillac XT6
The Cadillac XT6 is a seven-seat luxury mid-size crossover SUV manufactured by General Motors. The vehicle was introduced on January 12, 2019 at the North American International Auto Show.The vehicle went on sale in June 2019 as a 2020 model, with early orders commencing prior to the launch.
The XT6 (short for Crossover Touring 6) is Cadillac’s third crossover SUV, and the largest in the XT series, slotted between the XT5 and the standard full size SUV Escalade. The XT6 is produced at GM’s Spring Hill, Tennessee plant, while the Chinese-market XT6 is scheduled to be manufactured in Shanghai by SAIC-GM. The XT6 went on sale in Russia in February 2020 with 2.0L engine rated at 200 hp, and is scheduled to go on sale in Japan in early 2020, albeit as a import with one model trim, six-passenger seating, and Left hand drive configuration.
While it serves as the luxury counterpart to the mid-size 3-row Chevrolet Traverse and Buick Enclave in the crossover SUV segment, the XT6 shares its wheelbase with the mid-size GMC Acadia, Cadillac XT5, and Chevrolet Blazer. Cadillac describes the XT6 as a “mid-size plus” vehicle as they see the XT5 as their primary mid-size CUV.
Trim levels on the XT6 include “Premium Luxury”, and “Sport”.
The XT6 received mixed reviews, with XT6’s styling and features being particularly criticized as reviewers believed both pale in comparison to the concurrently launched Lincoln Aviator. Reviewers also criticized the lack of an optional hybrid powertrain, which is available on a number of the XT6’s competitors. Car & Driver gave it a lukewarm review: “It fails to match its competitors’ luxury quotients or meaningfully set itself apart from its GMC and Chevrolet-badged siblings,” Cars.com called the XT6 “underwhelming,” while The Drive notes “For everything the XT6 gets right, it’s hard not to think that the much more interesting Lincoln Aviator with its handsome look, posh interior, and a high-performance plug-in hybrid option is going to eat this Caddy’s lunch.”