September 2nd, 2020 by

The summer is coming, and that means Owosso drivers are going to want to hit the road. If you are looking to command the road with power and luxury, then you will want to take it at Cadillac. If you believe that a Cadillac is out of your reach, then you will want to consider leasing the Cadillac of your choice.

Why Lease a Cadillac?

Leasing offers several advantages that allow you to drive more vehicle for your money. First, East Lansing drivers usually only must pay a small down payment. In some cases, you may not have to make any down payment. Also, you only pay for the time that you drive your vehicle. Finally, it is easy to end a lease. You simply return the vehicle back to the dealership, and you are done.

Leasing On Your Terms

With leasing, you have the option to drive a vehicle for as little as 24 months or if 60 months. This type of flexibility gives you more control rather than buying a vehicle outright. If they wanted to, Grand Ledge drivers could try out a brand-new Cadillac every two years.

What Vehicles Are Available?

Cadillac currently offers Jackson drivers a full portfolio of luxury cars and SUVs. Many of these vehicles are available at affordable lease prices. There is a Cadillac model for just about every type of driver.

Cadillac Sedans

Cadillac has long been known to create the world standard when it comes to luxury sedans. Currently available in the Cadillac lineup is the CT4 small luxury sedan, the CT5 mid-size luxury sedan, and the CT6 large-size luxury sedan.

Cadillac SUVs

In addition to sedans, Cadillac also offers some of the most impressive luxury SUVs on the road. Current Cadillac SUV models available include the XT4 compact luxury SUV, the XT5 small luxury SUV, the XT6 mid-size luxury SUV, and the Escalade large-size SUV. Each luxury SUV offers incredible power and capability features standard.

Okemos drivers can take a test drive of a brand-new Cadillac at Shaheen Cadillac in Lansing. Be sure to ask the dealership about its available lease offers.

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