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Cadillac Escalade, Cadillac Escalade EXT, Cadillac Escalade ESV, SUV
#57 of 96 Re: Purchased [njcaguy]
Mar 21, 2007 (3:35 am)
OK, so can someone give me a general idea on how to obtain a GMID? thanks alot
#58 of 96 Re: Need advice with purchase price and incentives [aureachase]
Mar 24, 2007 (10:24 pm)
Is your vehicle totally loaded? I purchased a esv w every option for almost the exact price. I recieved $1000 rebate & 0% for 36 mo. I thought i got a great deal?
#59 of 96 Re: GMID Discount [acavins]
Mar 26, 2007 (7:57 pm)
I am about to purchase esc EXT...how is this GMID works?
#60 of 96 2007 Escdalade ESV pricing
Mar 28, 2007 (1:25 pm)
I just bought one with a sticker price of $67,800 for $62,250. I bought it in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The final sales experience was a nightmare - over 5 hours and the dealer tried to pull a fast one. Now he is attempting to correct his stupidity. What is a GMID?
#61 of 96 Re: 2007 Escdalade ESV pricing [moigy]
Mar 28, 2007 (1:36 pm)
What I don't like about Caddy dealerships is that they are combined all in one lump with Buick, Pontiac, GMC so there is no exclusive luxury feel when you go to a Combined Dealership like this. Compare my Cadillac GMC Pontiac dealership to a Lexus, BMW or Mercedes Dealership and it's like night and day. Caddy dealership just seem outdated.
GMID is standard for GM in the Driveway Discount which is like a friends and family discount, not as good as an employee discount, but still around $1,000 under invoice, no haggle + any further incentives that GM is offerring at the time.
#62 of 96 Re: 2007 Escdalade ESV pricing [moigy]
Mar 28, 2007 (1:39 pm)
I often why dealers still try to pull fast ones on people? Don't they realize the importance of having a long term customer and trying to steal a couple of hundred dollars from a buyer with gimmicks just puts a bad taste in our mouth. One bad experience ruins it all. You just can't bear to give any more business to that dealership that is trying to pull a fast one on you. Whatever happenned to the customer comes first and honesty is the best policy?
Apr 01, 2007 (8:19 pm)
Has anyone got good deals on Smart Buy? This is similar to a lease but you have a choice of giving the car back for 250 bucks or making a ballon payment at end of a 4 year or 5 year term.
#64 of 96 GM Supplier Discount?
Apr 15, 2007 (8:02 pm)
I'm about to purchase a 2007 Escalade, 2WD, sunroof, 20" wheels, entertainment, nav. I can use a GM supplier discount but not sure what kind of price it REALLY entitles me to. Am I better off straight-out negotiating with the dealer for my best deal, or will the GM supp. be the best possible deal?
Has anyone gotten pricing below invoice on these SUV's? How hot are they right now?
Your advice is appreciated!
#65 of 96 Re: GM Supplier Discount? [iceman2]
Jul 12, 2007 (1:41 pm)
Can anyone tell me if a 2007 Escalade, fully loaded with 17,000 miles priced $57,995 is a good deal? It's curently being leased and the leasee needs to sell for personal reasons.
#66 of 96 2007 Escalade ESV
Aug 08, 2007 (10:56 pm)
A Southern California dealer quoted me the following, good or bad? Need to know ASAP. Thanks in advance.
Rear Entertainment Package
2nd Row Seats Power Assist
Offer: $58,253 AFTER rebate (not including tax)