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This goes along with Caddy holding prices in order to impress the sports who prefer to pay top dollar for a top flight vehicle.

Perhaps the granddaddy of Cadillac deals is on the plug-in hybrid ELR coupe, which has a $15,000 dealer cash incentive, plus the owner loyalty, lease, and conquest cash. That could amount to more than $17,000 off of the inflated $75,000 sticker. But that's not all. On top of that, you get a $7,500 tax rebate for buying an ELR, because it runs mainly on electricity. Suddenly, your $75,000 car could be a $50,000 car. Consumer Reports hasn’t tested the ELR.

Well, it looks like they've finally figured out proper ELR pricing. That didn't take long, did it?

EASY button!! :clap:
 
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He's also born in Bethlehem.

Singing in the school choir did wonders for my religious and spiritual education.



Please tell me that's God burning down the bar to hide a murder.

God definitely cruises with Jesus in an Escalade with gold badges to remind everyone of the Golden Rule.
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This goes along with Caddy holding prices in order to impress the sports who prefer to pay top dollar for a top flight vehicle.
2014 models carry discounts of $15,000—or more
Clearing out the inventory. They all do it. You can get this deal on a 2014 E Class too.
 

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Clearing out the inventory. They all do it. You can get this deal on a 2014 E Class too.
NO! NO! Luxury buyers LIKE to pay full price big bucks for stuff. :dro:
It proves that...uhh, well, it proves something. Let me get back to you on exactly what it proves.:confused:
 
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NO! NO! Luxury buyers LIKE to pay full price big bucks for stuff. :dro:
It proves that...uhh, well, it proves something. Let me get back to you on exactly what it proves.:confused:
Paying list price "proves" that it's worth that amount - if you sell them off at discount it "proves" they weren't worth that much.

You can't discount real luxury, end of.
 

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NO! NO! Luxury buyers LIKE to pay full price big bucks for stuff. :dro:
It proves that...uhh, well, it proves something. Let me get back to you on exactly what it proves.:confused:
the new head of Cadillac says so...gotta keep the prices high
 

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Over-paying is sooooo EXCLUSIVE, woot!!
 
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If it needs discounting to sell it, that's what it's worth, but that's for bargain basement products.

If a so-called luxury product needs discounting it begs the question whether the maker actually understands the luxury market.
We've been lectured that MB understands "luxury," and Cadillac does not.

They are both doing end of year deep discounts.

That indicates they understand the market.

A product is worth exactly what a person will pay for it.
 

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I doubt you can find an E550 or E400 for $47,000.
Here, in the Saint-Petersburg, BMW sold 550i X-Drive with 25% discount in January this year (base average price 120 000 USD, real average price 90 000 USD).
 
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