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Cadillac CTS Vsport demo value

missysworldmissysworld TampaPosts: 6
edited July 2015 in Cadillac
I am interested in leasing a 2015 CTS vsport demo with 4000 miles on it. I understand Cadillac leasing numbers are not available for July. I would like to know what kind of additional discount I should expect for the mileage. Is it just .20 per mile? Or should I expect more?

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 160,122

    I am interested in leasing a 2015 CTS vsport demo with 4000 miles on it. I understand Cadillac leasing numbers are not available for July. I would like to know what kind of additional discount I should expect for the mileage. Is it just .20 per mile? Or should I expect more?

    If the discount is only $0.20/mi., then it probably won't be any cheaper to lease the demo than a brand new one... Look for a price that is $2000-$3000 less than a comparable new model.

    Otherwise, why lease a demo?

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • missysworldmissysworld TampaPosts: 6
    Thank you for your answer. To answer your question, "why lease a demo". I am considering it because there are only 4 new vsport non premiums within 100 miles of me. I live in The Tampa Bay Area so it isn't a tiny market either. Two of which are white, which I prefer not to have. That leaves the demo and just one other.
    I know there are no July numbers available. Any numbers for last month? Do you happen to have base MF available? An approximate on residuals? I am trying to make sure I am paying what I should.
    Any info is greatly appreciated.
  • missysworldmissysworld TampaPosts: 6
    Wow, those residuals seem really low. Is that for the CTS V or CTS V Sport?
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