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So you want to beat the hell out of an ATS-V for a couple of years, but you don't necessarily invest the full $61,000+ over the next 72 months of your life? I too have commitment issues. In an effort to get their new Baby-V into the garages of more folks, Cadillac are offering a hell of a lease offer right now.

You can drive (read: beat the hell out of) a car that gets from 0-60 in less time than it takes you to notice that your shoe is untied for several hundred dollars less than owning it outright.

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For "Well Qualified Buyers" in that snooty voice that they always say that in, you can get into the ATS-V for just $559 a month on a 3 years lease. The catch is that you only get 30K miles a year and beyond that you are in for a quarter a mile. Luckily, you will only be running this thing from stop light to stop light as fast as you can, so it will take you a while to get to 30K miles. You will need to come up with almost $5K before they let you drive off the lot, but that is to be expected I am sure. Zero dollars due at signing is reserved for those Kias with a set of hamsters under the hood for propulsion. I am serious, look at their commercials, if that isn't truth in advertising, I don't know what is.

Anyway, go out there and lease your ATS-V and let us know what a properly appointed ATS-V will run you a month.

Sauce: Cadillac | ATS-V Sedan Build Your Own
 

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Not a terrible lease term... essentially it will cost you $8700/year for 3 years to have this baby. Then you just turn it back in!
 

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That doesn't seem bad at all! Considering how much the MSRP is on one of these bad boys, this sounds pretty tempting...
 
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