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Watching STS-V Pricing

Bruce Nunnally

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Keeping an eye on this relisted 2006 STS-V on ebay.

It is black/black with 33K miles.



Not really a good time for me to buy a car, and this one has a few more miles on it than I am shopping, but it is nicely priced and local, here in a suburb of Dallas.

I think that the STS-V is an under-appreciated model. Rear-wheel drive with a 469hp supercharged 4.4L Northstar, Nav, Sunroof, this would be a LOT of Cadillac for $30K.


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Thanks for bringing this car to our attention. I see that the current bid of $22.3K doesn't meet margin, and that they have a Buy it Now price of $30.5K, which I expect means that the margin is about $30K. This is a 2006, which means to me that I can afford an STS-V when the time comes.

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