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    Re: Cadillac ATP –*November 2015

    Thanks! Nice to see the numbers for each model, much more useful than the brand average. Do they do this every month, and for every model?
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    Re: Cadillac ATP –*November 2015

    Would love to see comparable BMW, Audi or Benz models'.

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    Re: Cadillac ATP –*November 2015

    SRX lower than I expected.

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    Re: Cadillac ATP –*November 2015

    Quote Originally Posted by All Star View Post
    SRX lower than I expected.
    Told ya!......................

    (and not you specifically)

    And I'd be willing to bet that is within a $1,000 ~ $2,000 of the MKC, and several thousands lower than a MKX.
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    ELR is missing looks like it actually brings the average up a little, but if you just take: ATS, CTS, SRX and XTS; the weighted average (which factors in unit sales) is $42,469.
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    Re: Cadillac ATP –*November 2015

    SRX worries me because it tells me that value buyers are the ones buying it. They might not return with the higher price of the new one.
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    Re: Cadillac ATP –*November 2015

    Quote Originally Posted by LetsRace View Post
    SRX worries me because it tells me that value buyers are the ones buying it. They might not return with the higher price of the new one.
    This, plus they've been giving them away this year between price savings and lease deals.

    When the XT5 shows up for a $450/mo lease vs. $299 I see a lot of lost customers, but it's what the brand needs to do.
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    Re: Cadillac ATP –*November 2015

    Quote Originally Posted by NHRATA01 View Post
    This, plus they've been giving them away this year between price savings and lease deals.

    When the XT5 shows up for a $450/mo lease vs. $299 I see a lot of lost customers, but it's what the brand needs to do.
    Not gonna happen. GM Finance is now in full swing. Lease deals will be on par with the Germans. Right now the ATS-V is kicking a $559 lease, which is about $200 less per month and with only about $400 more at signing vs BMW M3

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    Re: Cadillac ATP –*November 2015

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed753 View Post
    Told ya!......................

    (and not you specifically)

    And I'd be willing to bet that is within a $1,000 ~ $2,000 of the MKC, and several thousands lower than a MKX.
    Why wouldn't it? A 7 year old model vs a less than a year old one.. If their ATP is equal.. or even if the Cadillac is slightly higher.. this screams of desirability considering the Caddy is outselling the MKC 3:1. In fact the SRX has outsold all of Lincoln SUV/CUVs combined by about 5K YTD

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    Re: Cadillac ATP –*November 2015

    Quote Originally Posted by MiatsoCi View Post
    Not gonna happen. GM Finance is now in full swing. Lease deals will be on par with the Germans. Right now the ATS-V is kicking a $559 lease, which is about $200 less per month and with only about $400 more at signing vs BMW M3
    I don't know what a M3 leases for, but "all-in" fees, taxes, money due; in your above example you are at about $740/month.

    But it is an ATS-V, how many does GM sell a month? 6 or 7?
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    Re: Cadillac ATP –*November 2015

    It's also interesting to see how far the ATP is above the MSRP. CTS is strong, around $6500 grand higher. Escalade is where we all guessed, which is to say sky high. XTS is doing well too, around $3500 above its MSRP but on a platform that has long since been paid for.

    SRX is where most of us guessed, not far ($2330) from its MSRP. I can't wait to see pricing on the new one.
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    Re: Cadillac ATP –*November 2015

    Quote Originally Posted by MiatsoCi View Post
    Why wouldn't it? A 7 year old model vs a less than a year old one.. If their ATP is equal.. or even if the Cadillac is slightly higher.. this screams of desirability considering the Caddy is outselling the MKC 3:1. In fact the SRX has outsold all of Lincoln SUV/CUVs combined by about 5K YTD
    It's been a topic of discussion, several of us have proclaimed that GM has been deep-discounting (aka; "giving away") SRX 's or, for about the last 11 months or so.................

    (and I believe you were one to comment, that the increase in SRX was actually increasing Cadillac's ATP's; seeing this, downright comical)


    This kinda, (like REALLY Solidifies) those comments, no?
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    Re: Cadillac ATP –*November 2015

    Quote Originally Posted by paul8488 View Post
    It's also interesting to see how far the ATP is above the MSRP. CTS is strong, around $6500 grand higher. Escalade is where we all guessed, which is to say sky high. XTS is doing well too, around $3500 above its MSRP but on a platform that has long since been paid for.

    SRX is where most of us guessed, not far ($2330) from its MSRP. I can't wait to see pricing on the new one.
    $2,300 above the cheapest FWD model, which only makes up 7% of sales...............

    36% of SRX's are AWD, which starts at $47,130 and 39% are FWD Luxury, which starts at $44,600, the remaining 18% are all even high MSRP trims.
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    Re: Cadillac ATP –*November 2015

    Quote Originally Posted by LetsRace View Post
    SRX worries me because it tells me that value buyers are the ones buying it. They might not return with the higher price of the new one.
    Its on the way out , XT5.

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