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Cadillac Escalade Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • steverstever YooperlandPosts: 40,006
    I can't believe no one is buying after reading this:

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  • just purchased an 05 escalade but not sure I got a good deal


    sticker was 57350


    we paid 56740 put 8,000 down and had the availability of the gmac family plan.


    Ened up with the smart buy program 48 months at 3.1%


    monthly payments ended up at 550.00 with the maintaince program included...


  • traded in an 00 esclade with 60,000 also


    gave us 18,000 for it
  • antproantpro Posts: 1
    I bought one also but the sticker was 61,635 and we paid 56,745 with 7500 down and 557 a month for 48 month smartbuy.
  • dl7265dl7265 Posts: 1,381
    was overloaded with black ones. MSRP 56k sell for $40,900.00

  • jjames1jjames1 Posts: 1
    That is a very good deal. Could you mention who the dallas dealer is and the configuration you purchased? I live in the area this would be very useful. Thanks.
  • SylviaSylvia Posts: 1,636
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  • sunnydicksunnydick Posts: 1

    I'm looking to buy a used ESV cause I can't afford a new one. Any comments on differences/reliability with the 2003?

  • bongo59bongo59 Posts: 13
    with all the new rebates available.................i'll need to sell my ext before i go shopping............i hear the new 05 can be had for less than 48K with all the new rebates..............
  • dtryttendtrytten Posts: 1
    My Escalade Deal
    Raven Black, Shale Interior, Nav Radio, Chrome Wheels, SunRoof. MSRP $60,745.00
    Went thru Cars Direct... out the door, rebate included, $51,205 with 3.9 financing over 60 months.
  • Hi, in today's climate and family pricing, what is a great deal as far as down payment and monthly payment for a lease on either an 05-06 Escalade fully loaded? Taking opinions on if the "EXPERTS" believe the BMW X5 4.4i or the above is the one to own.

    Thanks for your time all, Mark
  • mark156mark156 Posts: 1,992
    Schutzhund1.... From what I have read, the new 2007 Escalade will be coming out early in 2006 (March?). I would think it will have a lot of nice upgrades.

    So, if you have to have something now, go for the BMW.

  • Hi, THANK YOU for your help......I can wait for the new Escalade model to come out in early 2006 to even mid 2006. Do you think they will have some incentives on their lease programs similar to what BMW (X5 4.4i)ran in August and from what I heard this coming Oct? Has anyone owned both of these SUV'S and if so, which one did you like best and why? The only thing I don't like about the BMW is the overall storage inside the car.

    Thanks so much, Mark
  • mark156mark156 Posts: 1,992
    Schutzgund1, this is totally hypothetical, but I bet there will be incentives for the new Escalade. If fuel prices stay at $3.00 or above, GM will need something to move these huge SUV's off of the showroom floors.

    I highly considered the Escalade ESV but I realized that I really don't need one that big. I go to Los Angeles often and it would be difficult to park.

    So, I've decided to go with "maybe" the Land Rover LR3, Volvo XC90, Volvo wagon.... lastly... the Honda Pilot or the Acura MDX. From what I understand, the MDX body style will be updated in 2007. I really want third seat seating and there is not much out there the is a reasonable size for ease of parking.

    Just my .02, Mark
  • I have the opportunity to purchase an '03 Certified Escalade for $30K with only 43K miles. The Cadillac CPO program is one of the best and I really need a large SUV, but the one thing that is holding me back is the 13 mpg, are there any ways to increase this number with after market parts? I would even settle for 16 mpg. Any help would be appreciated. :confuse:
  • Kirstie_HKirstie_H Posts: 10,824
    Since this is the pricing discussion, you'll have better luck getting feedback from other owners in our general Cadillac Escalade discussion.

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  • tinogtinog Posts: 1
    I wanted to get an opinion on a price of an Escalade I was looking at today at a local dealer.

    I worked out a price on it for $43,500

    2005 Escalade
    7,500 miles
    Air Conditioning
    Rear Air
    Power Steering
    Power Windows
    Power Door Locks
    Tilt Wheel
    Cruise Control
    AM/FM Stereo
    Multi Compact Disc
    Bose Premium Sound
    Integrated Phone
    Navigation System
    Parking Sensors
    DVD System
    Dual Front Air Bags
    Front Side Air Bags
    ABS (4-Wheel)
    Traction Control
    Dual Power Seats
    Moon Roof
    Privacy Glass
    Running Boards
    Premium Wheels
    Oversize Wheels 20''+

    It looks like a great truck but am I getting a good deal on it in anyones opinion?

    Also can anyone let me know how these trucks are in bad weather? Rain/snow etc.

  • mark156mark156 Posts: 1,992
    This thread is SO slow that you might get a faster response if you go over to "Real World Trade In Values" in the Smart Shopper thread. Terry give values for new, used, trade-in and private sale.

    Be sure to mention if this Escalade a 4x4 or 4x2.... I'm not sure if they are all 4x4 or not.

  • just wanted to know if you got your questions answered? I have owned 5 escalades since 2002 (still have 2 right now 1-ext, 1-escalade suv). I think they are once of the best suv's on the road. :)
  • Kirstie_HKirstie_H Posts: 10,824
    A national paper would like to hear from consumers who are back looking at SUVs with the drop in fuel prices. If you have a story to share about how you had put your search on hold, but are now looking at SUVs again, please respond to with your daytime contact info., city/state of residence, and the make/model(s) that you are looking for no later than Wednesday, November 9, 2005

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