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Cadillac CTS, Car Leasing, Sedan
#162 of 379 Re: 06 Cadillac CTS - $37,500 (incl tax/title) - Going with 60 mth 0% financing [brad4]
Aug 28, 2006 (6:33 am)
It was Camargo Cadillace in Cincinnati, OH that at the time had 20+ 2006 CTSs. Last time I checked, they were down in the teens.
As for the 2005 CTSs, it was Roberts Oldsmobile Cadillac in Beavercreek, OH that had numerous 2005s. Their prices are really high on the 2005s...about the same as you can get for the 2006s...but with the 07s now on the lot, I'm sure they would be more than happy to lower that price signicantly...JMO though.
I couldn't get anywhere with Camargo in Cincy...dealing with the Infinity of Dayton dealership now on a G35 4 door coupe. GM just doesn't have another car that I really like...and no one seems to want to budge on a 2006 CTS...
#163 of 379 Re: New Incentives? [stkntraffic]
Aug 28, 2006 (8:12 am)
stkntraffic...there is a 6 speed manual at the Roberts Oldsmobile Cadillac in Beavercreek, Ohio. Put in zip code 45430 on www.gmbuypower.com.
It's the white CTS...and pretty loaded. I did a search in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, and Kentucky with no luck on a six speed (minus the one in Beavercreek, OH).
#164 of 379 GM is offering an extra $1000 bonus cash for 06 CTS
Aug 29, 2006 (8:59 am)
They are just making the pot that much sweeter...so tempting.
#165 of 379 Re: New Incentives? [fenwah]
Aug 30, 2006 (2:30 am)
Wow... Ohio is a long way away (Texas). I wouldn't buy an automatic CTS anyway, but it makes you wonder if resale value drops through the floor for 6-speeds.
#166 of 379 Found a new 2005 CTS-V w/ 300 miles on it
Sep 06, 2006 (8:59 am)
Sticker is $51k and change. They have it marked down to $45k. I'm thinking that for a 2005 auto...even though it's new, should be marked down to at least $40k since they have about 20 2007 CTSs. From what I learned, it's been on the dealer's lot for several months. I wonder what kind of financing I could get through GMAC. What a sharp car, though...wow.
#167 of 379 I have decided to wait one more year before getting a new car
Sep 14, 2006 (4:10 am)
I currently have a 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix GT (2 door). It has about 105k miles on it and running well (fairly new tires and breaks). My wife and I discussed keeping it for one more year and get a 2007 CTS after the 2008 CTSs are already on the lot...probably will be able to get a decent price on one with the new design CTS already there (i.e. see discounts on 2006 Avalanche and Escalade).
#168 of 379 Is price good?
Sep 21, 2006 (10:56 am)
2004 CTS, 17k miles. 3.6 engine. Wood steering and shifter.
Is that too high a price? Smells new. Very clean.
#169 of 379 Re: Is price good? [mwdream]
Sep 22, 2006 (10:59 am)
The wood means it has the luxury package, at least. Sounds like a good deal. The car is just about broken in with 17k miles. The price is about 60 percent of minimum MSRP for the year. You would be getting an almost new car that's not substantially different than a 2007. Hell of a car for $21k. After a year, I smile every time I get in mine. It has soul. The 3.6 engine is part of it.
#170 of 379 Re: Is price good? [mwdream]
Sep 25, 2006 (5:11 am)
Does the 2004 have the semi-autmatic gear shifting? In other words, can you shift gears on the automatic for the 2004 version? The dealership down the road from me still has a couple 2005s on his lot and the automatic is a straight automatic (Park, Reverse, Neutral, Drive, 3rd, 2nd).
#171 of 379 Re: Is price good? [fenwah]
Sep 29, 2006 (3:17 pm)
Steptronic came out with the 2006's. I miss it only a very little bit on my 2005 CTS. I have it on my VW and never use it. The CTS transmission is the same as used on the BMW 5 series (when they used a 5 speed) and is plenty smart as an automatic only. The engine has so much torque, it does not need to be revved much to scoot.