Discussion in 'Cadillac ATS-V Purchasing' started by dascrow, Dec 23, 2014.
Who's planning on leasing the ATS-V instead of purchasing out right?
I may end up leasing one.
Leasing here. I want a new vehicle every couple years. Our cts4 is fully loaded and can be very expensive if something goes wrong. A new car every couple years equates to no out of pocket costs should something go wrong.
Corporate lease over here.
Looking to do a lease..
When the time comes, I will lease. I like to keep my cars in warranty, and after three years I'm usually ready for a change.
Lease as well...I have hopes of a small block being an option in a few years and do not want a depreciated unit requiring a trade or sale. Keeping my CTS V Wagon as a road trip runner and Costco run unit.
Could not pass up an end-of-model-run 3 year, 36,000 mile lease, prepaid upfront on an 2016 coupe with 8-speed auto, roof, and performance seats that stickered for just over $73k - 100 miles from where the car was built.
New to the forum!! Just leased mine yesterday!! Couldn't be happier. They are giving these cars away!!!
I'm new to this forum and CTSVowners forum too, I just bought a 2012 CTSV wagon because my lease on my 2013 Camaro 1LE is ending soon. THEN I just saw the National lease deal on th ATSV coupe for $479 a month and I started to wonder how folks liked them because I might just lease one and keep the Wagon for when I take my folks out and do my road trips to tailgate. I'm trying to get a sense of everyone's thoughts on their ATSV's before I pull the trigger, I want a 6speed but those are as hard to find as a Vagon 6speed these days!
Picked up my 2016 ATSV Coupe Saturday, I'll post pics of my coupe and my wagon when I get the wagon out of the body shop. Loving the ATSV though, much more of a scalpel than the sledgehammer the Vagon is.
I lease just because I have fell into wanting something newer every 3 years..
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