Cadillac XTS sales increased 46 percent to 5,359 units in the second quarter of 2019. The results, driven by significantly higher fleet sales, significantly buck the trend for sedan sales in the face of the crossover craze. The results are even more impressive given that the XTS is being discontinued. And now, a Cadillac sale takes $2,500 off all XTS models during July 2019.
The July 2019 Cadillac sale includes the following incentives for the XTS:
- Cash offer (for current owners and lessees): $2,500 cash for current GM owners or lessees
- To qualify, buyer must show proof of current GM vehicle lease through Ally, US Bank, or GM Financial, or own a 2005 or newer Cadillac vehicle. This offer is not available with some other offers.
- Purchase allowance (for everyone): $1,000 purchase allowance
It’s worth noting that the 0 percent APR (interest-free) financing offer is not part of this Cadillac sale. The special financing offer was available throughout most of the second quarter.
For reference, here are the 2019 XTS trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs, including the $995 destination charge:
- Standard – $47,890
- Luxury – $51,890
- Premium Luxury – $59,285
- Platinum – $68,185
- V-Sport Platinum – $74,985
The $2,500 Cadillac discount reduces the starting price of a 2019 XTS V-Sport Platinum model to $72,485. Meanwhile, the $1,000 discount reduces the starting price of the base Standard model to $46,890.
- Must take delivery by July 31st, 2019.
- See dealer for details.
- Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
- Some customers may not qualify for this offer.
- Offer not available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.
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About CadillacÂ XTS
The CadillacÂ XTS is a full-sizeÂ premium sedan thatÂ consists ofÂ theÂ XTS Sedan and XTS V-Sport Sedan. TheÂ vehicleÂ was the first Cadillac model to be introduced after GM's bankruptcy in the 2009-2010 timeframe and is larger thanÂ theÂ compactÂ Cadillac ATSÂ and midsizeÂ Cadillac CTS. It is a similar size to theÂ full-sizeÂ Cadillac CT6Â prestige luxury sedan.
The current,Â first-generationÂ XTS was introduced for theÂ 2013Â model year. The vehicle isÂ based on the extended-length wheelbaseÂ variant of theÂ GM Epsilon platformÂ known as Super Epsilon. The same platform underpins the second-generationÂ Buick LaCrosseÂ and tenth-generationÂ Chevrolet Impala. The lineup also includes various XTS livery models, including hearse, limo, stretch limo, and more.
For the 2018 model year, theÂ XTS gets a midcycle refresh, with revised exterior styling, slight revisions to the trim level structure, two new exterior colors along with revised interior color combinations and pairing. It also gets improved front seats forÂ higher levels of comfort as well as revisions to the suspension system to provide more comfort for occupants. There's also a host of technologyÂ improvements, such as the addition of newÂ active safety features,Â the newÂ CUE 3.0Â infotainment systemÂ and more. For more on the updates, seeÂ 2018 Cadillac XTSÂ changes.
Cadillac had plans to discontinue theÂ XTS around theÂ 2017 model year, but has decided to continue selling the model and giveÂ itÂ a midcycle refresh.Â Even so, it is expected that the model will beÂ discontinued after the 2019Â model year, with theÂ CadillacÂ CT6 serving as its indirect successor.
TheÂ CadillacÂ XTS is built at the following plants:
- GMÂ Oshawa plantÂ in Ontario, Canada operated byÂ GM CanadaÂ to satisfy North American markets, and
- Shanghai-GM Jinqiao North plant operated byÂ GM ChinaÂ for the Chinese market
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