Current Leasing Offers for New Cadillac Vehicles
Cadillac vehicles provide premium luxury at an affordable price. If you want to drive a new Cadillac, but find it to be a little bit above your price range then why not try leasing instead.
Leasing a new Cadillac is more affordable because you don't need to make a huge down payment. You also get lower monthly payments because in a new Cadillac lease, you don't pay for the price of the vehicle--you only pay for the lost value of the car until the lease expires.
Here are current leasing offers for all new Cadillac vehicles:
Cadillac CTS sedan - lease offer starts at $299 per month for 36 months and $1,999 due at signing.
Cadillac CTS coupe - lease offer starts at $349 per month for 36 months and $1,999 due at signing.
When Cadillac created the CTS, they wanted a car that is powerful and agile enough to compete with top European sedans. The Cadillac CTS--whether in sedan, coupe, and wagon trim--remains a solid choice for a premium sport-luxury car.
Cadillac SRX - lease offer starts at $399 per month for 36 months and $2,999 due at signing.
The Cadillac SRX is a crossover SUV that was built for today's roads. It is roomy, quiet, comfortable, and of course luxurious.
Cadillac Escalade - lease offer starts at $749 per month for 24 months and $4,900 due at signing.
In today's world, crossover SUVs are more popular than traditional large SUVs, but the Cadillac Escalade is still a top pick if you really need a large luxury land barge.
Cadillac XTS - financing offer starts at 3.9% APR for 60 months.
The 2013 Cadillac XTS is all new. It replaces the Cadillac STS and the Cadillac DTS in the lineup. The XTS is easy to like because it is supremely luxurious, high-tech, and exhilarating to drive.
1. The lease price is negotiable. You should negotiate the lease price similar to how you would negotiate the car if you were to buy.
2. Pay attention to the annual mileage limit. If you frequently take long trips, then buying a new car might be a cheaper option.
Find new Cadillac prices before talking to the dealership so you can negotiate the lowest possible price for your new car.