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<strong>The 2009 Cadillac Models&nbsp;</strong>

If you're in the market for a Cadillac you can expect serious savings:

Cadillac Escalade: Selling for around 70k, you can get $6,500 off immediately as an incentive to buy. GM is also offering 0% financing.

Cadillac XLR: The most expensive car on the lot with a base price of $82,000 (more decked-out models cost closer to $100,000). You can now snag the $82,000 model of the XLR for about $72,000, plus tax and licensing fees. Dealers say that you can expect to get markdowns of $12-14,000 in dealer cash and incentives.

Cadillac CTS: The most popular Cadillac model, the CTS sedan (2009) prices out at around $40-50,000, but buyers can get nearly $6,000 off the MSRP right now with incentives can ranging from $5,500-8,500 in some cases.

Beyond these deals, GM is offering 0 percent financing for up to 5 years on many models and has also launched the “Total Confidence Program” which covers 9 monthly payments of up to $500/month if you lose your job.