Cadillac Increases Incentive on MY2004 Sedans

Posted on September 1, 2004 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

DETROIT – Cadillac announced a $2,000 incentive increase on model year 2004 DeVille, DHS and DTS models sold to qualified customers.

The customer cash incentive on MY2004 DeVille, DHS and DTS models has been increased to $8,500 for funeral directors, livery operators and hotels/resorts.

This incentive is valid on deliveries made through Dec. 9, 2004. It does not apply to Cadillac funeral coaches or limousines.

For more information, contact your local Cadillac dealership and reference program number 04-36AO-3.


Providing the design standards that can handle the rigors of the professional vehicle industry, Cadillac continues to support the industry with livery sedans, limousines, funeral coaches and SUVs. Enhancements to the 2005 model year professional vehicles makes Cadillac stand out from the crowd.

The 2005 DeVille is trim, sleek and cosmopolitan, much desired characteristics in the professional vehicle industry. Two new exterior colors, Light Cashmere and Green Silk, round out the wide variety of color choices found on the DeVille livery sedan (W20). The sixth generation of OnStar® provides digital technology and a sense of safety for operators and their passengers. The 2005 Cadillac DeVille livery sedan (W20) is filled with the best of amenities for the professional vehicle industry.

An optional advanced GPS-based DVD navigation system with voice recognition tops the list of new features in the 2005 Cadillac limousine (V4U). This navigation technology can route the driver to almost any destination in the continental U.S. When the desired destination is entered, the system talks the driver through the trip, while a detailed map provides a visual guide.

The latest additions to the Cadillac professional vehicle line-up – Escalade, Escalade ESV, and Escalade EXT ordered with the livery option – have been enhanced for model year 2005. Cadillac has fused functionality with technology for improved driver convenience in the redesigned Driver Information Center. Burled walnut wood trim appoints the interior giving the driver and passengers the ultimate in interior accommodations. Ingenious technology and bold styling is the framework for the 2005 Cadillac Escalade, Escalade ESV and Escalade EXT.

Visit www.provehicles.cadillac.com for more information on Cadillac Professional Vehicles.

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