Cadillac SRX Second Generation Forum - 2010+ Discussion, 2011 SRX now offered: 0%, 36 months.... in Cadillac SRX Forums; Just saw commercial. May not be offered in all regions. If you've been on the fence, time to deal!
Absolutely,,,,and they want to dump all the ll's before the 2012 come in or they will have to sit, or do the "$5000" rebate kind of stuff when someone drives an '12...too bad, a greatly improved SRX starting with the most important thing, the engine...everytime I get on the freeway with my 06 I remember the slow '2011 I drove a few months ago. I suppose driving performance cars spoiled me;...maybe some of you came from Toyota's so it seemed like enough power to you?????
Automobile(s): 2010 Perf 3.0,AWD, 2011 Yukon Denali,(403HP), had 04 SRX
Re: 2011 SRX now offered: 0%, 36 months....
True, Jim. If ya have a trade- in or good chunk of greenbacks, it's a good deal. You can save about $5K in interest money over a similar 5 year payout @ 6% interest. My 2003 Yukon (purchased new) was same deal but for 60 months, instead of 36. That $40K truck deal, for a fully loaded 4WD SLT, in 2003, (I only put tax down) was $663 a month! For 5 years. I wound up getting $14K back recently, on my trade, for a 2011 Yukon Denali . So my cost to drive the truck (w/o gas,oil,tires,and about $1500 total repair/brakes,parts over 9 years) was roughly $255 a month, for 9 years. (Of course the payments stopped after the 60 months) I incurred no major equipment failures and the rotors/calipers failed in the 9th year! (damn!)
I consider that a good deal for a new ride with all latest safety/lux stuff. Only way to beat it is to buy a 2-3 year old ride w/ low miles and get an extended warranty. That'll save ya a ton of depreciation and change the numbers downward, by about roughly another $100-$150 bucks a month, over the same 9 years. (all other items being equal) That's cheap!
If you can wait, there's a chance the 2011 SRX leftovers may get a 60 month/ZERO % deal eventually too! The CTS sedan and wagons did................