DETROIT – Livery operators are receiving their first livery sedans this month and according to recently released pricing, at a competitive price. [UPDATED 7/13/12, 12:13 pm ET].
The Cadillac XTS Livery Sedan is priced at $46,570, down from the preliminary price of $47,495. This price includes destination charges. The W20 Livery Sedan also comes with a LVY incentive of $3,000 for qualifying customers. Livery sedans are backed by the Professional Vehicle Protection Plan (PVPP) 3-years/150,000-miles extended warranty, whichever comes first.
“Earlier this year, preliminary pricing was released for the XTS Livery Sedan. We were able to find further reductions and are passing the savings along to our customers,” said Ray Bush, Cadillac Professional Vehicle Program Manager.
Three options are available on the XTS Livery Sedan:
Navigation System $795 MSRP (no price change)
Rear Seat Comfort Package $895 MSRP (increase from preliminary price, but offset with W20 Package reduction for a total savings to customer of $555)
- Heated seats
- Side window and backlight sun shades
- Tri-zone HVAC controls
- Power inverter
Luxury Level One Package $4,320 MSRP (increase from preliminary price, but includes additional features(*))
- Navigation (*)
- Memory driver’s seat
- Heated/Cooled front seats
- Auto-dimming driver’s side mirror (*)
- Front seats with thigh adjusters
- Ambient lighting package
- Uplevel wood trim
- Premium audio system with surround sound and additional speakers (*)
The Cadillac XTS has recently been named the Most Desired Brand by Buyology Inc, and ranked among the top three in overall dependability – ahead of Mercedes, Lincoln, Hyundai, Audi and BMW in J.D. Power and Associates “2012 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study”. Also worth noting, the Cadillac Escalade ranked number one as the highest-performing vehicle in its segment for the second consecutive year by J.D. Power’s “2011 Initial Quality Study.”
Source: Cadillac Professional Vehicles
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