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Question, do you guys think a Cadillac XTS Premium is a good car to lease or it's better to finance a Avalon?

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Well, right now i'm currently leasing a car and I'm debating on my next car in 2018. I'm thinking about either leasing a Cadilac XTS or just financing a Toyota Avalon Limited or Touring. I'm leaning towards financing a Cadillac XTS because leasing don't seem to be as bad as people make it out to be and why not lease a cadillac for 3 years without worrying about maintenance and other expensive repairs on cadillacs. I mean, I have time to figure out what I can do, but I like that I have options! What do you guys think?
post #2 of 14
If you're not the type to hold on to a whip forever, leasing sounds like the right thing to do.

I'm assuming the payments on both are pretty similar?
post #3 of 14
Why don't you Just wait until the Cadillac ct6 comes out next month?
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Baby blue Camrys are what's hot in the streets right now pa

Cop that
Edited by RustyShackleford - 10/18/15 at 7:21pm
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2018 is not here yet anytime soon

Cop the genesis. RWD luxury at a bargain. Cats sleeping on this

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Baby blue Camry's are what's hot in the streets right now pa

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Why don't you Just wait until the Cadillac ct6 comes out next month?
Isn't the CT6 hgoing to be like $70K? I do like it, but idk. Right now, I'm leasing a '15 Camry and i'm just trying to see my options for my next whip in 2018.
post #8 of 14
I own a XTS no complaints. Here would be my list from 1-10

1. Tie XTS/Genesis. (Both would lose to the ct6 if out right now)
2. Volvo XC90
3. Audi A7
4. Infinity Q70
5. Acura RLX
6. Kia K900
7. Lexus LS
8. Hyundai Equus
9. Insert any Benz or Bimmer
10. Toyota Avalon
post #9 of 14
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Originally Posted by RustyShackleford View Post

Baby blue Camrys are what's hot in the streets right now pa

Cop that

How my nuts taste?
post #10 of 14
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Originally Posted by RustyShackleford View Post

Baby blue Camrys are what's hot in the streets right now pa

Cop that

How my nuts taste?

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Calmb down brah, it is just a lil joke

-But I don't know how your nuts taste famb, but since your from Atlanta, my guess is zesty
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Isn't the CT6 hgoing to be like $70K? I do like it, but idk. Right now, I'm leasing a '15 Camry and i'm just trying to see my options for my next whip in 2018.
Give or take but I'll say less then 70k.. But **** if you got until 2018 for your next lease go for the ct6. the XTS will be on its last year by then and a lot of redesigns/face lifts will happen in 2018/2019. If I was you I'll choose a caddy over anything but Volvo is right there with them imo so is Hyundai/Lincoln especially the new 2017 continental... But tell me what is your style in taste what would win you over? Because for me it's led drl . And Volvo and Cadillac have the best designs in the industry
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Isn't the CT6 hgoing to be like $70K? I do like it, but idk. Right now, I'm leasing a '15 Camry and i'm just trying to see my options for my next whip in 2018.
Give or take but I'll say less then 70k.. But **** if you got until 2018 for your next lease go for the ct6. the XTS will be on its last year by then and a lot of redesigns/face lifts will happen in 2018/2019. If I was you I'll choose a caddy over anything but Volvo is right there with them imo so is Hyundai/Lincoln especially the new 2017 continental... But tell me what is your style in taste what would win you over? Because for me it's led drl . And Volvo and Cadillac have the best designs in the industry

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Give or take but I'll say less then 70k.. But **** if you got until 2018 for your next lease go for the ct6. the XTS will be on its last year by then and a lot of redesigns/face lifts will happen in 2018/2019. If I was you I'll choose a caddy over anything but Volvo is right there with them imo so is Hyundai/Lincoln especially the new 2017 continental... But tell me what is your style in taste what would win you over? Because for me it's led drl . And Volvo and Cadillac have the best designs in the industry
I'm more of a cruiser on the road. I'm not into speed like that. I like to drive in a super quiet cabin with lots of leg room(I'm 6'4''). I like to drive where I don't feel as much bumps and potholes. As far as money is concerned, If I get a high end car like the Cadillac, I would lease with no hesitation, but if I want to own a car, the Avalon will be the choice. Speaking of the Avalon, do you guys know if it will be a complete new body overhaul by 2018?
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what?
Watch out for the new Genesis and Equus .. And you can quote me on that
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