: How Much Are Used STS-V's Going For?



NIK
09-20-06, 01:53 PM
I haven't seen any advertised - how much are they going for used? How many have been made anyway?

chesrowncadillac
09-20-06, 03:54 PM
see cadillac classifieds.

CVP33
09-20-06, 06:45 PM
see cadillac classifieds.

Now that's a deal. :thumbsup:

caddyv8v
09-21-06, 08:28 PM
makes since. gms is 69k, take 10K off the lowest available new price.

The_Hearsecutor
09-24-06, 10:36 AM
... I'm seeing high $50k's on autotrader online.....

Krug Ford
11-10-06, 03:31 PM
If you want a STS-V I can find you one pretty cheap...


What color are you looking for?

How soon do you want to get into one?

Scott

Mutlu
11-13-06, 06:55 PM
What kind of leases are you doing on these?

Looking for 06 or 07 STS-V in silver.

12k/year, 36-39 months lease, minimal down.

Thanks in advance.

You can always email me at mike@stackedstyle.com

Krug Ford
11-13-06, 08:25 PM
What kind of leases are you doing on these?

Looking for 06 or 07 STS-V in silver.

12k/year, 36-39 months lease, minimal down.

Thanks in advance.

You can always email me at mike@stackedstyle.com

I did sent you an email On a price.

:thumbsup: :thumbsup:

caddyv8v
11-22-06, 09:49 AM
lease is the way to go, i'm glad i did. just checked and wholesale for the sts-v's now ranges from 53k to about
58k. i have to admit that is a shocking rate to depreciate. or the flip side...someone looking to buy gets an incredible deal. heck, they could lease it though outside manufacturer programs as well.

HITMONEY
11-22-06, 04:20 PM
lease is the way to go, i'm glad i did. just checked and wholesale for the sts-v's now ranges from 53k to about
58k. i have to admit that is a shocking rate to depreciate. or the flip side...someone looking to buy gets an incredible deal. heck, they could lease it though outside manufacturer programs as well.

They have gone as low as 45k wholesale. Shocking is an understatment for the rate of depreciation for this car.

:eek:

96Fleetwood
11-22-06, 08:04 PM
I saw a 2006 with 6000 miles on eBay sell for $51K :thumbsup:

Krug Ford
11-28-06, 06:46 PM
I am blowing them all out..

caddyv8v
12-02-06, 02:52 PM
i am looking at the black book on sts-v...well here goes

x-cl....$55,650.00
cln.....$54,550.00
avg....$51,600.00
rgh.....$48,650.00

man i am shocked at the resale/auction prices.

z06bigbird
03-30-07, 09:56 PM
They have gone as low as 45k wholesale. Shocking is an understatment for the rate of depreciation for this car.

:eek:

As a buyer of used cars, Nice!!

txcadvette
04-02-07, 01:44 PM
I picked up my '06 STS-V with 7,800 miles through EBay for $54K. Part of the deal was the trade in of my -05 CTS-V with 13K miles.

Covert Cadillac has 2 new '06 STS-Vs for $62 and won't budge.

thefred
04-02-07, 02:17 PM
I know Lindsay had some new 2006s for $60k. I bought mine in February with 9700 miles for $52k.

Playdrv4me
04-03-07, 04:55 AM
There was one on Autotrader recently for 50 even. Ill see if I can find it. If dealers are blowing them out for 60-ish, I cant imagine what they actually own them for to begin with, and how much profit there is on a sucker who paid 77 initially :eek: Although, if you dont research pricing, thats your own grave.

Playdrv4me
04-03-07, 05:01 AM
Here we go, this dealer has by far the cheapest V's Ive seen, and a few of them too...

http://www.autotrader.com/fyc/vdp.jsp?car_id=220204881

$49490.00, 3k miles, this would make Hitmoney's wholesale call about right.

Wow... I know what Im trading my truck on.

VelocitySTSV
04-03-07, 05:54 PM
It seems to me that most new ones are no where near the 77K MSRP so the rate of depreciation really is actually pretty good.. If new ones are around 60k and used ones are in the low 50's, that is pretty damn good!

Playdrv4me
04-03-07, 07:30 PM
It seems to me that most new ones are no where near the 77K MSRP so the rate of depreciation really is actually pretty good.. If new ones are around 60k and used ones are in the low 50's, that is pretty damn good!

Me and Jesda were discussing this very topic last night. You may very well be right. What we were thinking could be the case is that the 77000.00 MSRP is probably set artificially high on purpose (and if they get someone to pay it, well all the better for them right?), which would then make 60 sound like a "deal" all day long. Likewise, full up STS V8's sticker for 63, but transaction prices are usually around 50-52. I mean if you think about it, a V probably doesnt cost a heck of a lot more on paper to make than a regular STS. Likewise an Escalade carries a 12000.00 or more price premium over a Tahoe, but there certainly arent 12 grand worth of hardware to make up that distance, maybe 1500 at most.

If their target is to get 60k per car, then this is a good way to do it. And there is nothing wrong with Cadillac setting lofty pricing goals either. They need to set prices for the vehicles in line with their competition, even if they dont expect to get those amounts. It will just take time for the buying public to catch up.

VelocitySTSV
04-03-07, 07:40 PM
Seems to me it is a perfect example of the media and/or uneducated people trying to knock American cars down again.. it's getting old. I have had BMW's and Mercedes and this car definetly belongs in the same category and overall I truly believe is the best value in it's class. As far as performance, I know that it can outperform ANY car in it's class before reaching the cost of buying one of the other cars new.

Playdrv4me
04-03-07, 10:21 PM
Seems to me it is a perfect example of the media and/or uneducated people trying to knock American cars down again.. it's getting old. I have had BMW's and Mercedes and this car definetly belongs in the same category and overall I truly believe is the best value in it's class. As far as performance, I know that it can outperform ANY car in it's class before reaching the cost of buying one of the other cars new.

Well, I would not go as far as to call a BMW enthusiast "uneducated" though either. Not sure if thats what you meant but the two brands I drive primarily are BMW and Cadillac, each has their downfalls and their positives and to me they both represent the best of the respective heritage. I would call the STS a terrific value for what it is. Do I really believe its a better overall CAR than say an M5? No, not quite yet. Do I think it is on its way there, absolutely. When it comes time for me to own either of those cars which will I own? With very very little doubt, I can say it would be the STS. You can make arguments for whatever advantages the BMW has all day (and Im not just talking about drag races either, there are many other factors, so please dont throw 0-60 times at me), but when it comes to laying down the cash... You can not beat the STS-V for 50K, and even less in a years time Im sure.

z06bigbird
04-04-07, 09:35 PM
I like the cars and the low wholesale prices. One of these days!!

Ed