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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.
Cadillac said it will update its CUE infotainment after admitting to Wired that the system was slow in responding to commands. Wired called the system "laggy and unresponsive." The update should be released later this year through Cadillac dealers.
Cadillac CUE has been applied as almost standard equipment to most of its new vehicle lineup. This includes the 2013 - 2018 Cadillac ATS and SRX and once again with the all-new 2014 - 2018 Cadillac CTS, the 2013 - 2016 ELR, 2015 Cadillac Escalade and 2016 - 2018 Cadillac XT5 / CT6.However, the one thing that is lacking on a lot of trim packages is the factory navigation system.
Over on YouTube someone made a video showing how to fix the Cadillac CUE. I have yet to try this one my own frozen CUE. The video appears to have mentioned the spot in the upper right where I mentioned on a post back.. Here are a few videos that are also related to replacing the Cadillac CUE:
CUE stood for Cadillac User Experience, but that's dead now as the American automaker launches the next-gen Cadillac user experience, which it swears isn't CUE. Cadillac's CUE is dead, meet