My Cadillac CUE Replacement Cost

Cadillac Cue

My CUE replacement update! Recently I went to the dealership to have my Cadillac CUE replaced. I scanned the invoice to share with others how much it was to replace the CUE (if I paid in full). As you can see in the photo above the part was $950 and the labor was $335.71 totaling out to be $1,285.71 with everything.

When I purchased my Cadillac XTS I made sure that I purchased the extended warranty that was offered for times like these. The extended warranty I went through to get my repairs was called the Route 66 extended warranty. This extended warranty paid for the replacement part in full! I didn’t have to pay for anything… no parts or labor! I would highly recommend the Route 66 extended warranty to anyone buying a used Cadillac.




3 Replies to “My Cadillac CUE Replacement Cost”

  1. The CUE on my 2013 ATS died. The dealership did the diagnosis and determined it will need to be replaced, at a cost of $1500. Thank goodness I got the extended warranty from GMPP (Major Guard) 4 years, 48k. The are covering the replacement cost minus my $100 deductible. Once my extended warranty is expired, I will either trade in the car or renew the warranty, no having a car these days without a warranty, repairs are just to expensive.

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