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Cadillac, pronounced “ka-duh-lak”, is an American made luxury automobile produced by GMC. Cadillacs are sold worldwide. Cadillac is one of the first automotive brands in the world. Cadillac was created by Henry Leland and named after his ancestor and French explorer, Antoine Laumet de La Mothe Cadillac, who discovered Detroit. The Cadillac brand was the first in many innovative automotive engineering technologies and has won many awards.

Leasing a Cadillac gives you the opportunity to drive a luxurious and reliable car with low monthly payments. With Cadillac lease incentives you can be driving a brand new Cadillac for around $300-700, depending on the model you choose.

Cadillac Lease

Here at we have all the different Cadillac vehicles available for you to lease. Whether you’re looking for the ATS-V Sedan, the CTS Wagon, the Escalade SUV or something else completely, we have it ready for you. You can browse through our selection of Cadillac’s as well as dozens of other auto manufacturer’s vehicles to make sure you are getting the exact vehicle that you want. While browse throughout our site and looking at all the different cars, trucks, mini-vans, SUVs and other options you will always have the option to call us at 718-871-CARS (2277). When you do, we can answer any questions you have or get the process moving forward to have your leas set up right away.

Saving Money on a Cadillac Lease

Another advantage of working with for your next lease is that you can save a lot of money. We save our customers money by keeping our overhead low, and serving lots of customers. These two things combined can add up to a significant savings on the overall cost of the vehicle, which then translates to a lower monthly payment for your lease. No matter which type of vehicle you decide to go with, you’ll be getting it for the best prices around.
In addition to keeping the actual prices low for the vehicle, we can also save you money by getting you the best deals for your lease financing. We help our customers find the right financing to ensure they have a low monthly payment, and that it gets approved fast. No matter the state of your credit, the chances are we can help you get financed to lease a Cadillac today.

Free Vehicle Delivery

You’ll also love the fact that when you finalize your lease, we will bring it right to you. We deliver vehicles to people throughout New York and the surrounding region when they lease from us. This means you don’t need to worry about getting a ride down to a dealership, messing with traffic or any of the other common problems people face when leasing a vehicle from a traditional lot.

Who Owns Cadillac?

Cadillac is owned by General Motors Corporation (GM). GM bought Cadillac in 1909 for $4.5 million. When Henry Ford’s second company failed, he called Henry Leland to assess its assets to prepare for a sale of the company. Leland convinced Ford to stay in business and combined Ford’s latest frame with the Oldsmobile single-cylinder engine. Cadillac Car Company, named after the French explorer Antoine Laumet de La Mothe Cadillac, was born in 1902.

Where is Cadillac Made?

Most Cadillacs are made right here in the United States, while some are made in China and Russia. The Cadillac CT4, CT5, and CT6 are made in Michigan. The Escalade and Escalade ESV are made in Texas and assembled in Russia. The XT4 is made in Kansas. The XT5 and XT6 are made in Tennessee. Some Cadillac CT4, CT5, CT6, XT4, XT5, and XT6 are made in China.

Why Choose eAutoLease For Your Cadillac Lease?

At eAutoLease we have every Cadillac model available for lease or test drive. You can browse our online inventory for the Cadillac of your choice and call us at 718-871-CARS (2277) with any questions when you’re ready.

We save our customers money on their car lease because of our low overhead. We don’t have a large physical car lot, saving you money on your lease. We can also help you get the best financing for your Cadillac lease.

When you pick the Cadillac you want to lease we deliver it right to your door at home, work, or anywhere else for free. This means you never have to leave your home to lease a car.

What is Cadillac’s History?

Cadillac was founded in 1902 by Henry Leland. Six years later Cadillac came up with the idea of interchangeable parts, which helped mass-produce automobiles. For this, Cadillac became the first car company to win the Dewar Trophy from the Royal Automobile Club of England yielding its slogan “Standard of the World”.

In 1912, Cadillac became the first car company to remove the crank and produce a car with an electronic self-starter, ignition, and lighting. They won the Dewar Trophy for the second time, making them the only car brand to receive the award twice. In 1915, Cadillac created the V8 engine, which is a staple of its cars today.

In 1927, Cadillac brought designer Henry Earl on board to design the LaSalle convertible coupe. This was the first time a car was created from a design rather than an engineering perspective. Earl created a beautiful, sleek, and elegant car, which helped Cadillac become known as a luxury brand.

In 1941, Cadillac won the first Car of the Year award for designing a car with a tailfin, which is now found in almost every car. It also developed power steering, which is now available in every car, as well. In 1963 Cadillac became the first car company to have seatbelts standard in every vehicle, one year before it became the law for all carmakers.

During the 80s Cadillac began developing new technologies for their cars. They made an engine that can run for 50 miles without coolant. In the 90s they made cars with all electronically controlled powertrain, traction control, anti-lock brakes, and speed-sensitive suspension.

What Does the Cadillac Logo Mean?

Cadillac was named after the French explorer who discovered Detroit. He is also believed to be an ancestor of Cadillac creator Henry Leland. Cadillac’s logo is a representation of French explorer Cadillac’s coat of arms. Over the years Cadillac modified its logo to be more crisp and sleek to match their “Art and Science” design motto.

The logo is a combination of black, gold, red, silver, and blue. Black against gold denotes wisdom and wealth, red represents boldness, silver stands for purity, charity, and virtue, and blue represents knightly valor. The background color is platinum- the most valuable metal in the world.

What Are the Cadillac Key Features?

New 2022 Cadillacs utilizes the newest technology to help its drivers enjoy the comforts of luxury and a safe ride. With Advanced Cadillac User Experience you can control your infotainment system to best suit your needs with a touch screen or voice controls. The Sound Optimized Cabin allows a quiet ride so you can listen to music or have a conversation while muting the sounds of the highway. Driver Assistance gives you eyes all around your car, even your blind spot, to let you know when something is getting too close and help you park in a tight spot. With wireless charging, you’ll never have a cabin cluttered with wires again.

What is the Most Popular Cadillac in New York?

Cadillac’s most popular car is the Second Generation CTS-V. The CTS-V is a high-performance version of the CTS. It is a more affordable, same quality, option that competes with the Audi RS6 and BMW M5.

Contact Us

Please give us a call at 718-871-CARS (2277) with any questions you might have about the vehicle you want to lease, or about how our service works. Our friendly team of customer service professionals can help you to find the right vehicle, get your financing setup, answer your questions and handle anything else that you need. We look forward to helping you lease a beautiful Cadillac or any other vehicle that you are interested in.

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