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    Re: Soon To Say Goodbye

    Untitled.pngimageinterior.png

    Here is one of the pictures from the link

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    Re: Soon To Say Goodbye

    I just tried it again and got the same as before. Maybe something to do with cookies and your address. Bizarre. Maybe try your link above yourself and see what comes up.

    Anyway, good luck with whatever. Got a lead on a "new" CTS with 9500 miles for under $60k at a local dealer here.

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    Re: Soon To Say Goodbye

    Quote Originally Posted by blankster View Post
    Wranglers run from 23K to maybe 43K for a loaded Rubicon. I have a Sport with all the options sticker was 35K (my 2004 with crank windows stickered for 30K). The current generation is light years ahead of the TJs (last generation) especially with the 3.6 which is 285 HP.. The demand for Wranglers is 285K per year but production capacity is 235K per year. They have added temporaries to the Toledo workforce. The line workers were getting tired of working 6 days a week. Also the new Jeep Cherokee is built there and demand for that one is also exceeding supply. Total production of both vehicles is projected at 506K for 2014. Not to get too off-topic but this would be a problem Cadillac would like to have.

    http://www.northwestohio.com/news/st...900&id=1017271
    So, the idea is Cadillac slap some Wrangler and Cherokee emblems on the CTS's sitting in the lot and BAM!! Problem solved!

    Locally, I see lots of ATS's running around, but the CTS is a rare sight. Even the XTS is kinda scarce too.

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    Re: Soon To Say Goodbye

    Ya, I see a few ATS's in my city, but yet to see a CTS on the road. I'm even in Toronto often, where you see luxury cars all day long and I've seen one CTS in the past three months. Let's hope GM gives their head a shake and rethinks their direction with Cadillac. If not there may not be a need for this forum to host topics past 2013 CTS lol. It's too bad, they go from right track to off track so quick.
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    Re: Soon To Say Goodbye

    My 2010 left today for its new home in Georgia (I'm in Chicago). Amazing what used Gen 2s are selling for here at the dealers.

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    Re: Soon To Say Goodbye

    Quote Originally Posted by blankster View Post
    My 2010 left today for its new home in Georgia (I'm in Chicago). Amazing what used Gen 2s are selling for here at the dealers.
    Blankster, are you saying the prices for used CTS Gen 2's are surprisingly high (substantially up?) at dealer lots around the Chicago area?

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    I visited a local dealer and noticed that "ok" 2010s and 2011s were priced in the low 30s. Usually when a new generation of a vehicle comes out the previous one takes a big hit not sure its happening here. I Think used car prices in general are pretty strong.

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