Cadillac Escalade, EXT and ESV Forum - 2007-2014 Discussion, Deals on 2013 or 2014? in Cadillac Escalade Forums; With the new platform already announced I am assuming you can get a 2013 or 2014 for well under invoice. ...
With the new platform already announced I am assuming you can get a 2013 or 2014 for well under invoice. What is everyone seeing out there. My dad has no Interest on the new model so I am looking to score him a deal on a left over. What ate you guys seeing out there appreciate the help
I don't think you can get a great deal on escalade's like you could couple years ago due to limited production of 2013's,
Since the production is limited they don't have to give much incentives,
You probably could get $7-8k off on a new one now
Maybe $10k off on platinum.
I know mine isn't a 2013 but when I bought mine (first week of November 2010) I got my 2010 for 13k off msrp. Think it was 54k before taxes. Brand new. They had a lot of current incentives that they didn't market. But the gm supplier discount website basically tells you every regional incentive going on. I was about to spend 50k on a used 2010 with 12k miles on it, and when November rolled around the incentive changed and offered an extra 8k over all other deals they had
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Re: Deals on 2013 or 2014?
Originally Posted by bp3231
Just got mine today... 2013 platn... 85k Msrp got it for 76k.... No incentives on 2014s... I'm in Cali btw.
Welcome to the forum! Glad to have you as part of the Cadillac community on here. Thanks for providing your information on your recent purchase and congrats! You should share a picture of your new to you 2013 Escalade platinum; I am sure it is a beauty. If you ever have concerns or questions that arise, please contact us. We are here to assist!
Our dealership is advertising triple net (well below invoice and/or Preferred/Supplier) on our 2013s and 2014s, a $72,830 MSRP Luxury package Escalade will sell for $65,927 to whomever is astute enough to take advantage of the leftover deals... This includes the $3000 alternative purchase cash.