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Is 58326 a good price for CTS 2015(2.0L Turbo AWD Premium)?

cadillacfans1

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Hi All:


I plan to replace my accord with CTS 2015. I inquired around the local dealers and the lowest price I got is 58326(truecar price: 60752). However, I found that some people in Seattle get better deals(from AutoPriceShare, lowest deal is 56963). Is 58326 a good price? Please give me some suggestions.


My preferred model: CTS 2015(2.0L Turbo AWD Premium)
 
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~tc~

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According to KBB, invoice is $60,900 - so, yeah.

That said, my 1 yr old dealer car Vsport Premium was almost $10k less than that
 

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First, WELCOME to the V-Net!
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NADA says the "base" MSRP for the CTS 2.0T AWD Premium is 63065 with an Invoice of 59030.
Depending on the options you select, the MSRP could be much higher than that.

Try inputting the car and it's options in the NADA web site and see what they come up with.

Depending on options, the dealer is in the ball park.

Always compare cars with the same options between dealers or know the option pricing so you can make the proper deductions or additions.
 

cadillacfans1

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after bargained with autopriceshare dealer in person, I got $500 more discount. I am happy with this price. thanks for the replies, friends
 

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