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Cadillac CTS, Car Leasing, Sedan
#128 of 379 Good Deal On CTS Demo
Jun 26, 2006 (7:44 pm)
I just purchased a 2006 CTS with 5,200 miles from a dealer for $23,000. It was a loaner / rent car and was sold as new. This price included a $3,000 rebate. In addition, I was able to get GMAC financing at 5.9%. (Due to a significant ding on my credit score, several dealers for another manufacturer had demanded 12.75 to 15 percent interest on a new vehicle.)
I should note that this car is "stripped" by Cadillac standards -- no sunroof, navigation or two-tone leather.
#129 of 379 More On 2006 CTS Deals
Jun 26, 2006 (7:50 pm)
The word at the dealership is that Cadillac is eager to unload the 2006 models, offering either 0% financing or the $3,000 rebate.
I chose the rebate rather than the 0%. However, as noted above the fact that I was offered 5.9% despite impaired credit shows how much GMAC wants to help move the '06s.
#130 of 379 2005 CTS Good Deal?
Jul 01, 2006 (5:03 pm)
I have been offered a Certified Preowned 2005 CTS 2.8 Luxury Package with 14,000 miles, 6 speed standard, 6 year/100,000 mile warranty for $23,000. Is this like an unbelievable deal or is this pretty much the going rate?
#131 of 379 Re: 2005 CTS Good Deal? [cdoucet30]
Jul 02, 2006 (2:12 pm)
It seems like an excellent deal. Part of the reason may be that it has a standard transmission. As a previous poster noted, most Cadillac buyers -- even CTS buyers -- aren't interested in a six speed.
The fact that it is Certified would seem to indicate that the dealership isn't just trying to get rid of a lemon. If the car had serious problems, I doubt the dealership would have paid Cadillac the $1,300 plus for certification.
#132 of 379 Re: 2005 CTS Good Deal? [cdoucet30] Nope
Jul 03, 2006 (10:11 pm)
I will respectfully disagree. They should knock down another $2k off the deal.
In Austin, Covert is offering NEW 2006 CTS's for $26k with 0% interest, etc.
Jul 08, 2006 (8:40 pm)
There are $3,250 cash rebate and 0 apr for 3 or 5 years. I wonder if it is possible to combine them.
I really want to have an american car even my Honda has run perfectly for 4 years and still feel like new.
#134 of 379 Re: 2.8L price [callall]
Jul 08, 2006 (8:41 pm)
BTW, I am in PA.
Jul 15, 2006 (7:26 pm)
I was offered a CTS 2.8L AT for 25,250+TTL.
Good or not?
#137 of 379 06 CTS 3.8 lease
Jul 17, 2006 (7:35 pm)
How does this sound:
06 CTS 3.8 sport
sticker $40,060, sale $36k and change
$0 down, taxes rolled in (8.5%)
$3000 in rebates