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    Leasing 2004 Escal, Is $620 a mo. reasonable?

    I'm looking at leasing a 2004 Escalade, 2WD, sunroof, navigation, XM radio, etc. 620 per month, 15,000 miles per year, four years. Haven't leased in a long time. Would be my first Cadillac.

    What do you think?


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    Re: Leasing 2004 Escal, Is $620 a mo. reasonable?

    What does the 6.0 AWD Escalade lease for? How much $ are you putting down?

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    Re: Leasing 2004 Escal, Is $620 a mo. reasonable?

    0 down. It's a demo with 700 miles on it. A new one was over $700 amonth. It's actually a Smart Buy Plan, but I'm not planning on keeping it after four years, so it's like a lease. Didn't check the monthly payments on AWD, but the price was a lot more. The total price on this one is 46K + TTL.

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    Re: Leasing 2004 Escal, Is $620 a mo. reasonable?

    sounds like a good deal as long as you're not upset about it being the 2wd.

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    Re: Leasing 2004 Escal, Is $620 a mo. reasonable?

    Thanks for the feedback. I have had both AWD and 2WD on past Expeditions. Didn't really feel I needed AWD right now. Not in snow country, etc. Thought I'd try and save a little $ somewhere. Been driving it for a couple days and am ready to buy it, I believe.

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    Re: Leasing 2004 Escal, Is $620 a mo. reasonable?

    sounds good. good luck and enjoy!!

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    Re: Leasing 2004 Escal, Is $620 a mo. reasonable?

    Just remember the difference is not just the awd vs 2wd, the 2 wheel also has the smaller engine.

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    Re: Leasing 2004 Escal, Is $620 a mo. reasonable?

    Last month I leased an Escalade AWD. Has the moonroof, DVD nav, chrome wheels, white diamond. I put $5000 down including GM card rebates and the Smartbuy was $568 including sales tax (6% here in CT.) That included all the registration fees etc. and was for 47 months and 12,000 miles a year.

    Hope that helps.

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