: Canadian '09 CTS-V Pricing?



Boostin'
10-22-08, 04:38 PM
Anyone hear anything yet? TIA!

parttimer
10-22-08, 09:37 PM
Anyone hear anything yet? TIA!

You are joking right? 59k to start, its all over the board.

RightTurn
10-22-08, 09:37 PM
He's asking for the Canadian MSRP.

StealthViggen
10-22-08, 11:36 PM
Canadian Pricing is $68 995. Options still pending. To bad leasing is no longer and option or I would have ordered one already.

Boostin'
10-23-08, 08:33 AM
He's asking for the Canadian MSRP.

Yup :thumbsup:

Boostin'
10-23-08, 08:38 AM
Canadian Pricing is $68 995. Options still pending. To bad leasing is no longer and option or I would have ordered one already.

Thanks! That better info than my local dealer can give me.

concorso
10-23-08, 03:29 PM
Thanks! That better info than my local dealer can give me.

$68k? Are you kidding? Thats cheaper then the V1. :)

Jeepoo
10-23-08, 03:54 PM
Our order was accepted by the Factory on Oct 20 ordered through Dueck
in Vancouver. No official price was given, but the V is a full load and apparently will be around $ 75,000. Delivery hopefully to be end of Nov to early Dec. First on in Vancouver.

StealthViggen
10-24-08, 12:49 AM
The V2 does not come fully loaded in Canada, the options are

1. Navagation ($4100 list)
2. Panorama Roof ( $1500)
3. Suede Wheel and Shifter($700)
4. Recaros (Pricing TDB)

List Based is Indeed $68 995, which is cheaper than the V1 was by alot. Also Cheaper than buying from the states since the dollar tanked( which I was counting on doing...DOH)

No real leasing options but they are extending 0.5% financing on up to 48 monthes. 3.5% for up to 72. Possibly also the 5K credit for CTS owners towards the new CTS that GM is offering right now, but getting confirmation on that. Either way I think it;s a great deal, and may be getting one sooner than I planned if all pans out.

parttimer
10-24-08, 10:54 AM
The V2 does not come fully loaded in Canada, the options are

1. Navagation ($4100 list)
2. Panorama Roof ( $1500)
3. Suede Wheel and Shifter($700)
4. Recaros (Pricing TDB)

List Based is Indeed $68 995, which is cheaper than the V1 was by alot. Also Cheaper than buying from the states since the dollar tanked( which I was counting on doing...DOH)

No real leasing options but they are extending 0.5% financing on up to 48 monthes. 3.5% for up to 72. Possibly also the 5K credit for CTS owners towards the new CTS that GM is offering right now, but getting confirmation on that. Either way I think it;s a great deal, and may be getting one sooner than I planned if all pans out.

Same options in US too. My bad about the canadian price..

Boostin'
10-25-08, 07:40 PM
Thanks again for the info everyone, with that pricing it's now down to this car or a C63...decisions, decisions!

Boostin'
11-04-08, 01:01 AM
FWIW, today's (Nov 04th) CanadianDriver website has a news article with 2009 CTS-V pricing. Base model listed at Can$68,500 + $1420 delivery. Pretty close to a C63 I've ordered (but can still opt out of) at $68,675 + $1995.

caddynoob
11-12-08, 10:46 PM
Do we have an update on the price of Recaro seats?

My local dealer told me that the automatic is a chargeable option. Any idea how much it might be. The manager at the dealer seemed clueless and fed me lies about only 25 CTS-V are coming to Canada. Yeah right...

garfin
11-16-08, 03:28 PM
Do we have an update on the price of Recaro seats?

My local dealer told me that the automatic is a chargeable option. Any idea how much it might be. The manager at the dealer seemed clueless and fed me lies about only 25 CTS-V are coming to Canada. Yeah right...
$3950 list for the seats. I checked it out at Roy Foss last week.

Best regards,

Elie