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MSRP is lower than what I would have expected, but the package pricing is far higher than I would have thought.

I'd like to see the breakdown and what exactly a stripped down CTS looks like.

It looks like Cadillac did a complete decontenting... and then you build upwards from that.
 

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Additional information on Option Packages:

PDP includes Y40, Y44
PDQ includes Y40, Y41, Y44, UAV, C3U, B19, B20 and UG1
PDR includes Y42 and Y44

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Nice list. I cannot compare to euro's, because the pricing due to taxes is a lot different in Europe. How much higher is this in % compared to the prices of the 'old' CTS?
 

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Thats awesome.

Its actually exactly what I figured.

Great pricing!

Can't wait to see the car!

Thanks

JB
 

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What is Luxury Level I and II?
Luxury Level One Package, includes (UA6) Theft-deterrent alarm system, (U2R) Audio system, (CE1) Rainsense wipers, (TSQ) Accent lighting, and (P62) 17" x 8" machined-faced wheels
Requires (Y44) Seating Package. (U2R) AM/FM stereo with 6-disc in-dash CD changer and MP3 playback is upgradeable to (U2S) AM/FM stereo with DVD player, MP3 playback and Bose 5.1 Cabin Surround Sound 10-speaker system or (UAV) AM/FM stereo with DVD player, MP3 playback, Bose 5.1 Cabin Surround Sound 10-speaker system and DVD-based navigation. (P62) 17" x 8" (43.2 cm x 20.3 cm) machined aluminum wheels replace (P61) 17" x 8" (43.2 cm x 20.3 cm) painted aluminum wheels when (Y40) Luxury Level One Package is ordered. (P62) 17" x 8" (43. cm x 20.3 cm) machined aluminum wheels will be upgraded to (P75) 18" x 8" (45.7 cm x 20.3 cm) aluminum wheels with premium multi-coat painted finish and (QKE) P235/50R18 V-rated all-season, blackwall tires when ordered with (PDR) Performance Collection. If desired, (P75) 18" x 8" (45.7 cm x 20.3 cm) aluminum wheels with premium multi-coat painted finish can be upgraded to (P63) 18" x 8" (45.7 cm x 20.3 cm) aluminum wheels with high-polished finish with (QKE) P235/50R18 V-rated all-season, blackwall tires when (PDR) Performance Collection is ordered with (Y40) Luxury Level One Package. Must order (P63) 18" x 8" (45.7 cm x 20.3cm) aluminum wheels with high-polished finish separately.

Luxury Level Two Package, includes (KB6) heated/ventilated front seats, (AM9) split-folding rear seat, (N38) Power rake wheel and telescopic steering column, (UG1) Universal Home Remote, (UHA) EZ Key passive entry system (automatic transmission version with remote start. Included when equipped with (MX0) or (MX7) transmissions), (UHF) EZ Key passive entry system (manual transmission without remote start. Included when equipped with (MN6) transmission), (UD7) Ultrasonic Rear Parking Assist
Requires (Y44) Seating Package. Requires either (U2R) AM/FM stereo with 6-disc in-dash CD changer and MP3 playback, (U2S) AM/FM stereo with DVD player, MP3 playback and Bose 5.1 Cabin Surround Sound 10-speaker system or (UAV) AM/FM stereo with DVD player, MP3 playback and Bose 5.1 Cabin Surround Sound 10-speaker system. When (Y41) is ordered with (U2R) audio system, you must also order (Y40) Luxury Level One Package.

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the 07 2.8L CTS started at 28 or 29k i think....

so the pricing isnt as outrageous as you think.


i gotta see what it looks like with a chrome mesh grille & a different front bumper cover before i start drooling...
 

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It'll be interesting to see what that translates to for us Canucks. Big shift in the exchange rate in the past 6 months.

-GT
 

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Am I correct that you can option the 2008 CTS (non-v) "up" to more than $11,000.00 more than the 2007 model (at its' highest trim level)?

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So let's say I want a base automatic with 18" wheels, heated seats, sunroof, white diamond, and stereo upgrade...looks like I'd have to pony up $40,755 if done separately. I could do the PDR (18" + Seating pkg) and save $500. Still, seems much more expensive than a comparable outgoing model when factoring in options! Do I smell REBATES?
 
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