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    BEarle is offline Cadillac Owners Enthusiast
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    Price

    Anybody expect the prices to jump on the new escalade?


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    Re: Price

    Most likely, seeing as how there are people willing to pay 100g for an SUV...

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    I think price will increase by few thousand but still will start under $70k and go up to $90k
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    Re: Price

    Yes, they will be higher

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    Re: Price

    Quote Originally Posted by kars79 View Post
    I think price will increase by few thousand but still will start under $70k and go up to $90k
    I think this is what we can expect. Price won't increase by too much.

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    Re: Price

    Shit, my 2013 Escalade ESV Premium with LED headlamps had an MSRP of $78K!! 2015 Escalade will most likely start there and go on up!!!

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    Re: Price

    Probably come in at the platinum price range, and if they make a platinum again that should cross the 100k mark. It's already the highest profit car/truck in the GM line, but you know they will want more

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    Re: Price

    I don't think they can compete at the 100+ range. That pushes them into RR, Porsche and Mercedes territory. Right now, Cadillac doesn't have the performance, technology or loyal customer base to successfully jump into that market. JMHO though.

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    Re: Price

    Yes I agree, but Cadillac could do great (V-performance wise) things if they continue to sharpen their pencils! :-)

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    Re: Price

    I have a new range rover sport. with Cadillac's reliability(my experience) they can always push the envelope if the demand is high. at least they are not separating the options as add-ons. base, lux and premium, you know what's in there unlike the RR counterpart.

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    Re: Price

    I expect the base model to start somewhere in the $67K range, $3K more than the current model. I also believe the Platinum will probably come in around the $91K area. I'll be looking at the ESV premium which I'm hoping doesn't come in over about $80K.

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    Cadillac just priced the new electric car elr and it's $75000
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    Now I think escalade is more likely to start from $80k

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    Re: Price

    Quote Originally Posted by kars79 View Post
    Cadillac just priced the new electric car elr and it's $75000
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    Now I think escalade is more likely to start from $80k
    Well they're not planing to sell a lot of them I guess (ELR). Same with the Escalade if the price it out of the current customer base price range they will not sell a lot of them brand new people will buy them used though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigplay
    Well they're not planing to sell a lot of them I guess (ELR). Same with the Escalade if the price it out of the current customer base price range they will not sell a lot of them brand new people will buy them used though.
    For sure they are not gonna sell many of them with that price,

    I do wanna get the new escalade but if the premium price passes $80k I will get a Denali,
    I don't like cue anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kars79
    Cadillac just priced the new electric car elr and it's $75000 WOW Now I think escalade is more likely to start from $80k
    Wow!! That's shocking if true. Cadillac is on a roll but that price ( if true ) for ELR will make it a very fast flop. $60 k max Hope that number is wrong as the ELR looks awesome.

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    Just did the research and see this is true. Shocked. I understand GM is looking at the success of Tesla and their high price points. But Teslas giving you nearly 250 miles per charge vs 35 mi like ELR. I think GM missed a major opportunity to have uber profits by pricing the new Corvette stingray higher , in this range Sports car fans the world over would still consider Stingray a bargain if it started at $75k. Instead they start at $51k. That should be the ELR with a max going to $60 k

    Maybe I'm wrong maybe Cadillac is only looking for a very small number of buyers. If they are looking for high volume then I think this is DOA.

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