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Cadillac ATS, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Sedan
#154 of 241 Re: Deal on an ATS Performance 2.0T [wonderwarthog]
May 13, 2013 (6:31 am)
wonderwarthog, what is the $1,000 private offer from GM?
May 13, 2013 (8:37 am)
MSRP Standard Vehicle Price $34,900.00
INSTALLED OPTIONS TOTAL $360.00
Black Raven $0.00
Jet Black w/Jet Black Accents, Leatherette seat trim $0.00
6-speed manual transmission ($1,180.00)
LPO, Wheel locks $50.00
Premium all-weather floor mats (Dealer-installed) $140.00
CUE (Cadillac User Experience) and Surround Sound $1,350.00
Destination Freight Charge $895.00
TOTAL MSRP $36,155.00
Getting closer to getting one! I feel like I am not getting quite the deal some of you are, even getting GMS.
For 10,000Miles, 39 months
Dealer Lease Cash: $800
At Signing: $354
Aquisition Fee: $595
Net Capitalized: $33,176
Lease Rate: 1.2%
$354.13 month w/ 7% Indiana Tax
Should I expect the dealer to negotiate the selling price down a little better, or is this a fair deal?
#156 of 241 Re: Deal on an ATS Performance 2.0T [ubuntu1]
May 13, 2013 (11:06 am)
See the email back on April 2 (I think) from msheikh25. I just called up Marketing, told them I was interested in an ATS and some competitors, and they sent me a "customer appreciation certificate" worth $1,000.
#157 of 241 Re: Advice Please [eddieg7408]
May 13, 2013 (11:12 am)
I would say "not" since I've been quoted a Performance ATS 2.0t for $363 including 8.75% California tax, 12,000 miles, 36 months, $1,734 drive off. MSRP on that car is $43,235. Capitalized Cost is $38,345.
#158 of 241 Re: Advice Please [eddieg7408]
May 13, 2013 (11:49 am)
I just leased a similar ATS (2.5, CUE, polished wheels, drive flat tires & Brembo brakes). $36,xxx. Got a heck of a deal $290/mo including NYS tax and acquisition/disposition fees, NO MONEY DOWN. Includes $1000 from Cadillac (called their Marketing Dept), $3100 discount from dealer, $800 dealer cash.
#159 of 241 Re: Advice Please [eddieg7408]
May 13, 2013 (6:19 pm)
You need the HID's and LED's. You need a Premium. Without out'em, its just a car! Sorry to break it to you! 6 weeks in my ATS Premium. I love it. Black Raven, Carmel, Heated Seats, CUE, NAV, Lane Warning, Its got it all Baby! My friends actually walk out to check it out. And my friends are pushing 50!
Don't forget the projector in the windshield either, and the sunroof and the pandora and the dual exhaust and the mag suspension in the premium. And the looks of the guys that don't have it!
#160 of 241 Re: Advice Please [whatanight1263]
May 13, 2013 (8:05 pm)
Premium is nice, but you don't get much more than you get with the Performance trim. Performance has HID, CUE, Nav, all that warning stuff. As far as I can tell, the major difference is that Premium has 18" wheels (an option with Performance), limited slip differential, great if you're stuck in the mud, and extra cooling capacity, whatever that is. Price difference is about $3,000. As it is, the Performance I'm looking at has more crap on it than I want!
#161 of 241 Re: ATS 3.6L Premium AWD May Lease Residual/MF [vipermx]
May 15, 2013 (2:01 pm)
You're very welcome vipermx.
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May 15, 2013 (2:06 pm)
Thinking about a 2.0T Luxury now.
With an MSRP of just over $40,000...
$500 at signing (includes first month's payment but not plates and registration ~$120)
and $355 a month w/ Indiana sales tax.
Now just trying to get out of my Dodge Charger lease. The buyout is trade-in value, but the dealership only wants to give $3,000 less than trade in value, skyrocketing the above payment.
#163 of 241 RE: Cadillac ATS 2.0T Base Manual Transmission [eddieg7408]
May 16, 2013 (8:32 am)
My MSRP was $40785.00
Rebate total $3300.00
Gross cap cost $39578.73