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    Whoa... could I have bitched enough about $60k that they actually listened?

    Not to mention the day after the employee pricing program ended...

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    Re: MSRP $59,025 ? That's what the Cadillac site suggests

    FINALLY!!! The options are going to bump up the MSRP big time...

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    Re: MSRP $59,025 ? That's what the Cadillac site suggests

    I just saw that... pretty damn good for what you're getting vs. V1.

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    Re: MSRP $59,025 ? That's what the Cadillac site suggests

    you guys forgot that the cts-v is getting a $2000 rebate as of now until 11/03/2008, if its getting rebates now that means i will get one for invoice.

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    Re: MSRP $59,025 ? That's what the Cadillac site suggests

    That's the top pricing on the V6 CTS, sorry guys, look more closely at the ad. If you click on the V Series you'll notice pricing for the 09 STS and XLR-Vs, but nothing on the CTS-V yet.

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    Re: MSRP $59,025 ? That's what the Cadillac site suggests

    I just built a CTS DI V6 AWD and it was $52k. Where did the other $7k go?

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    Re: MSRP $59,025 ? That's what the Cadillac site suggests

    no v6 cts will go up to $59,025 to start off. I bought my 09 AWD DI fully loaded and msrp was close to 52k so that my friends is the cts-v for 59,025 not including options or the 2,000 in rebates.

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    Re: MSRP $59,025 ? That's what the Cadillac site suggests

    It has to be referring to the cts-v. If you look at the asterisk next to the price it says: MSRP. tax, title, dealer fees, and optional equipment extra. There is no way a regular cts could cost $59,025 especially since it does not include any of these additional fees. Also, the cts-v is talked about on the same page.

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    Re: MSRP $59,025 ? That's what the Cadillac site suggests

    Quote Originally Posted by justboughtacaddy View Post
    no v6 cts will go up to $59,025 to start off. I bought my 09 AWD DI fully loaded and msrp was close to 52k so that my friends is the cts-v for 59,025 not including options or the 2,000 in rebates.

    I just priced one and it came out to 53,075. I think the website is fooked.

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    Re: MSRP $59,025 ? That's what the Cadillac site suggests

    Quote Originally Posted by CIWS View Post
    I just priced one and it came out to 53,075. I think the website is fooked.
    ha ha ha it could be jacked up but could make some sense for all the talk of 60k this and 60k that you know.

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    Re: MSRP $59,025 ? That's what the Cadillac site suggests

    Quote Originally Posted by berryk View Post
    Also, the cts-v is talked about on the same page.
    Go click on the STS or XLR and you'll see a link in the same place going to the V Series.

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    Re: MSRP $59,025 ? That's what the Cadillac site suggests

    2009 CADILLAC CTS-V (1)
    As low as 4.9% APR (2) for 36 months for qualified buyers $2,000 Bonus Cash

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    Re: MSRP $59,025 ? That's what the Cadillac site suggests

    Quote Originally Posted by justboughtacaddy View Post
    no v6 cts will go up to $59,025 to start off. I bought my 09 AWD DI fully loaded and msrp was close to 52k so that my friends is the cts-v for 59,025 not including options or the 2,000 in rebates.

    ^^ What he said...

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    Re: MSRP $59,025 ? That's what the Cadillac site suggests

    Quote Originally Posted by justboughtacaddy View Post
    2009 CADILLAC CTS-V (1)
    As low as 4.9% APR (2) for 36 months for qualified buyers $2,000 Bonus Cash
    Is this "and" or "or"?? I think I would just take the two grand. I won't use GMAC for financing... Just think about that note for only 36 months!!

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