: 2006 V with 7000 miles?



DaveSRX
04-17-06, 07:01 AM
Guys,

How much should a 2006 CTS-V with 7000 milles be worth? I have recently seen one for sale for around 39K. Isnt that a pretty good price? How can a new car like this go from 52K new down to 39K in less than a year? '

Still looking for a V...

Kadonny
04-17-06, 07:43 AM
Thats a pretty good price for an 06.

Its not that hard to figure out how. No one pays sticker, so the cars probably are averaging 47k out the door. Factor in initial depreciation and there you have it.

thefly
04-17-06, 07:43 AM
mileage is the factor there. consider this 06's have only been avail since late nov.

DaveSRX
04-17-06, 07:53 AM
Thats a pretty good price for an 06.

Its not that hard to figure out how. No one pays sticker, so the cars probably are averaging 47k out the door. Factor in initial depreciation and there you have it.

Is that about what you paid for your 06 with FG2 "out the door"?

What should I shoot for ?

Kadonny
04-17-06, 07:57 AM
Is that about what you paid for your 06 with FG2 "out the door"?

What should I shoot for ?

No, I was basing that on a no option car. The FG2 adds about $1000.00 to the price (at least).

lasstss
04-17-06, 08:14 AM
Isnt that the car on e bay. They are giving it away for that price. Of course its out west, they have no clue and probably think its a regular CTS.

theformer
04-17-06, 08:22 AM
I got mine about 2 months ago for invoice- which I think was $46,700 ish including the FG2s.

You have to remember that regardless of mileage, the second you drive it off the lot, you lose a pile of money on a car - often 20-25%. That being said, you're not the one taking the hit so it is a good deal. You still have 3.5 years and 41,000 miles of warranty, so there is not a lot of downside.

CIWS
04-17-06, 09:05 AM
Of course get the VIN and have some background run on it first :)

DaveSRX
04-17-06, 11:31 AM
Isnt that the car on e bay. They are giving it away for that price. Of course its out west, they have no clue and probably think its a regular CTS.

Yes, it is the one on ebay. I wish it was more local to me (central Pa) and I could look it over. Chesrown has an 06 as well, with even less miles for a couple of grand more. I guess I was thinking an 06, even with a few thousand miles on it, should be low/mid 40s...

bxs144
04-17-06, 12:15 PM
DaveSRX - Where in central PA are you?? I use to live about an hour south of State College. Sorry not enough posts to PM.

rand49er
04-17-06, 01:17 PM
... out west, they have no clue ...:histeric:






It may be out of context, but I couldn't resist. :thumbsup:

DaveSRX
04-17-06, 02:11 PM
DaveSRX - Where in central PA are you?? I use to live about an hour south of State College. Sorry not enough posts to PM.

I am in the Harrisburg area, near Middletown.

BadCad
04-17-06, 07:19 PM
its out west, they have no clue
HUH? :confused: :confused:

Army MSG's V
04-18-06, 12:21 AM
That sounds like a great price but as to your question it is a Cadillac and what depreciates faster then a Cadillac? Resale ain't great.

chesrowncadillac
04-18-06, 01:22 PM
Yes, it is the one on ebay. I wish it was more local to me (central Pa) and I could look it over. Chesrown has an 06 as well, with even less miles for a couple of grand more. I guess I was thinking an 06, even with a few thousand miles on it, should be low/mid 40s...

Our V is a 2006 Silver/tan with 3500 miles a company demo for $40900.00 this car can also be certified and get low rate financing and the 6yr 100000 mile warranty.
David Chesrown II
chesrown@alltel.net
ph 18002066966 ext 211

PS: Sal I sent you the $$$$ so change my ID to Supporting Vendor.

vttrod
04-18-06, 06:37 PM
just tying to help out