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Cadillac STS, Cadillac STS-V, Car Leasing, Sedan
#70 of 87 Re: Not Leasing... [merckx]
May 01, 2007 (1:47 am)
Hi merckx. General Motors is currently providing $2,500 customer cash or 0% financing for up to 5 years on the 2007 Cadillac STS. It has $8,000 customer cash or 0% for up to 5 years on the 2006 STS. There is an additional $1,500 cash incentive on top of the above customer cash for units that have been in dealer inventory since January 5th or earlier, which all '06 and some '07 models would qualify for. If you are the current owner of a non-General Motors product you are eligible for another $1,000 conquest cash incentive. All of these programs, except for the extra $1,500 are scheduled to run through July 9th. While there is no guarantee that it will happen, or even have an impact upon the STS if it does, I personally would not be surprised if GM made an enhancement to its incentives some time in May.
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#71 of 87 Re: One-Time Lease on STS 2006 [mercass]
May 01, 2007 (1:53 am)
Hi mercass. You were quoted a lease on a 2006 model? I'm surprised. GMAC stopped leasing '06s a while ago. The dealer that you are working with must be running this lease through an independent bank. Have you compared what it would cost to lease a leftover 2007 model with what it would cost to lease a new '07? The residual values are so low on the '06 model at this point that it would not surprise me if it cost around the same, or possibly even less to lease an '07. As far as this specific deal goes, you never mentioned what monthly payment you were quoted so it is difficult for me to give you my opinion on it.
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#72 of 87 Re: One-Time Lease on STS 2006 [Car_man]
May 01, 2007 (5:38 pm)
Its a one time lease.
The total amount is 12500 for 24 months paid upfront.
I enquired with the dealer and he said GMAC is still leasing 06 models. I am not planning to buy it after my lease so would a 12000k or less for 24 month lease upfront a better deal. works out to a 6000$ a yr.
#73 of 87 STS lease w/ NAV - employee?
May 20, 2007 (2:43 pm)
Has anyone inquired about the price for the employee lease? I am contacting the local dealer, but wanted to see if anyone else had been quoted the employee price and if there was any additional savings beyond that. Since there is $2500 off on buying would we get a better mf rate?
#74 of 87 Sts Incentives
May 24, 2007 (4:47 pm)
Carman, have you heard anything new about 2007 STS incentives? Your last thought was that they might increase before May ended. I've got 'til June 14th to buy a car, so please keep me posted.
#75 of 87 Re: Sts Incentives [merckx]
Jun 06, 2007 (2:03 am)
Hi merckx. General Motors did make a number of enhancements to its incentives on select vehicles for Memorial Day that continued through June 4th. Unfortunately, the Cadillac STS was not one of the models that was included in this special enhancement. This car's incentives are basically the same as they were in early May.
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#76 of 87 Re: Need 2006 STS Lease Rates [Car_man]
Jul 23, 2007 (9:39 am)
Need 2007 STS monthly lease rate. Terms: 36 months, $0 down, 15,000 miles/year. Car MSRP = $53,070 (V6 with 1SC Package). I have received a monthly quote slightly above $700/month. Good, bad? Thanks.
#78 of 87 50,000 miles/yr...lease or buy?
Jul 31, 2007 (10:57 am)
I just put 50,000 miles on my 06 Accord in my new job. Exactly 12 months ago next week I took out a 60 month loan. I now need a bigger car for the road.
(1) The best road vehicle? Cadillac STS/DTS, Lincoln Town Car, Chrysler 300c, Lexus 460 or GS330h, or even Toyota Avalon.
(2) Whatever I get will have 150,000 miles in 3 years….. Should I lease or buy?
#79 of 87 07' STS Lease
Jul 31, 2007 (9:42 pm)
Carman, I got a lease quote for 2007 STS with options of 1SB Luxuary and CF5 sunroof. MRSP 47,885. Terms: 48 months, $100 down, 12,000 miles/year, $540+tax/mo with a supplier voucher. It reflects a $1,500 rebate and a $1,000 conquest rebate. Is it a good deal? Thanks.