2019 Cadillac ATS RPO codes

Option
Code
Description
5WF
LPO, Battery Protection Package
5XR
LPO, Grille, Black chrome
5ZO
LPO, 19″ (48.3 cm) Ultra-Bright machined alloy wheels
A45
Memory Package
AHE
Seat adjusters, driver
AL0
Airbag, Passenger Sensing System
AM9
Seat, rear, 2-position, split-folding
AQ9
Seats, front bucket
AT8
Child seat restraint system
ATH
Keyless Access
AX7
Automatic Safety Belt Tightening
AYG
Airbags
BTV
Adaptive Remote Start
CE1
Wipers, Rainsense
CF5
Sunroof, power
CJ2
Climate control, dual-zone automatic
DD8
Mirror, inside rearview auto-dimming
DR2
Mirrors, outside heated power-adjustable and driver-side auto-dimming, body-color
DR5
Mirrors, outside heated power-adjustable, body-color
F46
Drivetrain, all-wheel drive
F55
Magnetic Ride Control
FE2
Suspension, Sport
FE3
Suspension, Performance
FE9
Emissions, Federal requirements
G80
Differential, rear, mechanical limited slip
GW6
Rear axle, 3.27 ratio
HD7
Door handles, illuminating
HRD
Rear axle, 2.85 ratio
IOS
Cadillac user experience, AM/FM stereo with 8” diagonal color information display
IOT
Cadillac user experience with embedded navigation, AM/FM stereo with connected navigation providing real-time traffic, 8” diagonal color information display
J55
Brakes, Brembo front, performance 4-wheel antilock, 4-wheel disc
J77
Brake, electronic parking
JE2
Brake linings, performance
JF5
Pedals, Sport aluminum alloy
K05
Engine block heater
K4C
Wireless Charging
KA1
Seats, heated driver and front passenger
KB7
Steering wheel mounted Paddle Shift Controls
KC4
Cooling, external engine oil cooler
KI3
Steering wheel, heated
KI6
Receptacle, power, 110V
KL9
Automatic Stop/Start
KSG
Cruise control, adaptive, full-speed range
LGX
Engine, 3.6L V6, SIDI, DOHC, VVT
LTG
Engine, 2.0L Turbo, I4, DI, DOHC, VVT
M5N
Transmission, 8-speed automatic
N08
Locking fuel door
N38
Steering column, power tilt and telescoping
NB8
Emissions override, California
NB9
Emissions override, state-specific
NC7
Emissions override, Federal
NE1
Emissions, Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington state requirements
NKE
Noise control, electronic sound enhancer
NP5
Steering wheel, leather-wrapped rim
P0G
GM Commercial Link – 1 year of Service
P0H
GM Commercial Link – 2 years of Service
P0I
GM Commercial Link – 3 years of Service
P0J
OnStar Additional 21 months of OnStar Fleet Safety and Security
P0K
OnStar Additional 33 months of OnStar Fleet Safety and Security
P0L
OnStar Additional 45 months of OnStar Fleet Safety and Security
P0M
OnStar Additional 21 months of OnStar Fleet Remote Access
P0N
OnStar Additional 33 months of OnStar Fleet Remote Access
P0O
OnStar Additional 45 months of OnStar Fleet Remote Access
PB4
Wheel lugs, locking
PCN
LPO, Summer/Winter Mat Package
PCW
Safety and Security Package
PDH
LPO, All-Weather Mat Protection Package
PDU
Sky and Shine Package
PR6
SiriusXM Satellite Radio Additional 9 months of the SiriusXM All Access Package.
PR7
SiriusXM Satellite Radio Additional 21 months of the SiriusXM All Access Package.
PR8
SiriusXM Satellite Radio Additional 33 months of the SiriusXM All Access Package.
QFN
Tires, P225/40R18 front and P255/35R18 rear, summer-only
QLC
Tires, P225/40R18 front and P255/35R18 rear, all-season
R35
Wheels, 18″ x 8″ (45.7 cm x 20.3 cm) polished alloy
RJP
LPO, 225/35ZR19 front and 255/30ZR19 rear, Y-rated, summer performance, run-flat tires
RWU
LPO, Cargo area organizer, collapsible
RXE
LPO, Catback exhaust system
RYT
LPO, Cadillac Edition First Aid Kit
S08
LPO, Highway Safety Kit
SA7
LPO, Black suede shift knob
SC2
LPO, Black suede steering wheel
SCJ
LPO, V-Sport Performance Suspension Upgrade Package
SFE
LPO, Wheel locks
SKQ
Wheels, 18″ x 8″ (45.7 cm x 20.3 cm) painted alloy
SKR
Wheels, 18″ x 8″ (45.7 cm x 20.3 cm) Ultra Bright machined-finish painted alloy
T4F
Headlamps, high intensity discharge
TQ5
IntelliBeam
U2M
SiriusXM Radio and HD Radio
UD5
Front and Rear Park Assist
UDD
Driver Information Center, 5.7″ color display
UE1
OnStar and Cadillac connected services capable
UE4
Following Distance Indicator
UEU
Forward Collision Alert
UFG
Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
UG1
Universal Home Remote
UGN
Automatic Collision Braking
UHX
Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning
UKC
Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert
ULS
Steering column, lock control
UQS
Audio system feature, Bose premium surround sound 12-speaker system
UTR
Theft-deterrent alarm system, self-powered
UTU
Sensor, inclination
UV6
Head-Up Display
UVC
Rear Vision Camera
UVZ
Forward/Reverse Automatic Braking
V03
Cooling system, extra capacity
VAV
LPO, Premium all-weather floor mats
VEB
LPO, Sport pedal cover set
VK3
License plate bracket, front
VLI
LPO, Premium all-weather cargo mat
VNI
LPO, Black chrome rear trim
VST
LPO, Sill plates
VV4
Cadillac 4G LTE
VVX
LPO, V-Sport Red Brake Caliper, Slotted Rotor and Pad Upgrade Package
VYW
LPO, Floor mats, premium carpeted
W2D
LPO, Cargo net
WCZ
LPO, Red Accented Carbon Fiber Interior Trim Kit
WGI
LPO, Brushed Aluminum Interior Trim Kit
WGK
LPO, Natural Sapele Wood Interior Trim Kit
WGM
LPO, Dark Olive Ash Wood Interior Trim Kit
WGN
LPO, Cabin filter
WL2
LPO, V-Sport logo premium carpeted floor mats
Y19
Cold Weather Package
Y24
Cadillac user experience and surround sound
Y26
Cadillac user experience and navigation
Y42
Performance Package
Y43
Premium Package
Y44
Seating Package
Y4Q
Track Performance Package
Y61
Advanced Security Package
Y65
Driver Awareness Package
Y66
Driver Assist Package
YF5
Emissions, California state requirements

Cadillac CT6 and My Favorite Murder

One of my Wife’s birthday presents in August was a trip to see Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstack from the  My Favorite Murder podcast live when they were to be in Dallas.   The PodCast live performance was this November weekend, and what better weekend for us to have a 2018 Cadillac CT6 in the driveway for the ride downtown?

The CT6 is the largest Cadillac sedan, with a huge 122.4″ wheelbase — the space between the front and rear axles.  That’s almost a foot longer than the other large Cadillac sedan, the XTS.

I had driven a CT6 Platinum with the 3L TT but had not tried the ‘standard’ CT6 with 2L Turbo or 3.6L V6.   In a way this weekend’s test drive was a delight to find just how much Cadillac one can get for a least expensive CT6, around ~$50K.

The test CT6 had the LGX 3.6L autostop, variable displacement V6 engine for 345 hp.  The all wheel drive (AWD) system requires no attention, but gives you the benefit of four wheel propulsion if the weather or conditions demand.  A lot of our CaddyInfo fans have expressed concerns about start/stop, but I am getting quite used to it.  Start/stop technology is when the car automatically turns the engine off when stopped, then turns it back on when or before you need to proceed.  There is a button on the dash to turn this feature off, but I think the more time we spend with it the more we will trust the Cadillac will handle it and let it do so.

The real treasure of the CT6 design is it is a full size car with the svelte shape of a midsize

For our drive down to the historic Majestic Theater in downtown Dallas, I hooked up a USB cable and my iPhone so we could use the huge 10″ center infotainment display for navigation.  The route was pretty easy, except we knew one of the bridges on the way was under construction and impassable.   Also, once I get downtown in Dallas I find careful planning and route management are the order of the day.

Parking in a local public parking garage was uneventful — we bypassed the ‘compact car’ sections for an open area higher up where the CT6 could have some room.

We arrived early for the Podcast show, and walked over to Dallas Chop House for coffee and dessert in the lounge area.    That worked out very well for enjoying our wait, but we footnoted it for a return trip for a full steak dinner another trip.

The My Favorite Murder Live! 10:30 pm show started late, but was engaging and funny.  Our seats in the theater were front-row after the orchestra pit, and we laughed throughout the two woman show about every but murders, and murders.  My Wife is a big fan of the podcast.  We had VIP tickets and we stayed after the show for my Wife to meet and have a picture taken with the Stars.

Ann (center) with the Podcast stars, Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstack

The drive home went very well, with the CT6 happy cruising at the speedlimit and limited traffic due to the very late hour.  Overall I enjoyed the weekend test drive.

My favorite features of the CT6:

  • Wonderful seating and view out the front, huge leg room and space in the rear seats
  • Variable displacement V4/V6 feature — I like the power of the LGX V6 but I would like to explore the ability to go into V4 mode and get much better fuel economy more.
  • Selectable Dash display — although limited to 2 selections in this model.

My nits about the CT6:

  • Cadillac should have gone even more dramatic with the styling
  • I would make a Heads Up Display a standard feature; this model did not have it
  • The 3.6L V6 and 3L TT V6 are only available in AWD, not RWD.

Crest Cadillac in Frisco, Facebook, provided  the car for this test drive.   I am also a Crest Cadillac customer — I bought my ATS-V there, and recommend them to others.