Cadillac Offers New Sets of Incentives

Posted on February 18, 2009 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

Livery and funeral industry

DETROIT — Cadillac has announced new end user incentives on two DTS incomplete chassis. V4U Limousine and B9Q Funeral Coach chassis ordered from GM on/after Jan. 26, 2009 are eligible for $3,500 customer cash.

“We understand these difficult economic times and are doing everything possible to assist livery operators, funeral home owners, and hotel/resorts with their capital expenditures,” said Connie Rae Montoya, Cadillac professional vehicle program and marketing manager.

Customers placing new vehicle orders will have the option of receiving a check for $3,500 or reassigning the incentive to the coachbuilder or dealer to process their order. Cadillac dealers and Cadillac Master Coachbuilders have the appropriate forms to use when choosing which option the customer would like to exercise. Questions can be directed to the Cadillac PV Support Team at (877) 331-3399.

DTS and Escalade

DETROIT — Cadillac also has started offering new customer cash incentives on 2008 and 2009 DTS and Escalade models.

“Cadillac understands the economic pressure that livery operators and funeral homes are facing,” said Connie Rae Montoya, Cadillac professional vehicle program and marketing manager. “We are doing what we can to help out during these very difficult economic times.”

From 2/12/09 to 3/2/09, Cadillac is offering the following customer cash incentives on remaining 2008 models:

$5,500 on DTS W20

$8,000 on Escalade and ESV

From 2/12/09 to 3/2/09, Cadillac is also offering the following incentives on 2009 models:

$2,000 bonus cash and $2,000 customer cash on DTS W20

$1,000 customer cash on Escalade ESV models

$2,000 bonus cash and $1,000 customer cash on Escalade and Escalade Hybrids

Livery operators and funeral home owners are invited to contact their local Cadillac Dealer for details.

Source: Cadillac Professional Vehicles

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