Tuesday, August 14, 2018
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There’s a Billy Joel lyric about trading a Chevy for a Cadillac. That same song talks about movin’ up and movin’ out. Well, under Johan de Nysschen’s leadership, Cadillac traded Detroit for New York City for...
The first of several new utility vehicles to roll into Cadillac dealers won’t carry the name many expected. Recent spy photos show a heavily camouflaged compact crossover due to launch next year, part of Cadillac’s bid...
Don’t listen to anybody who tries to tell you that all new cars are about the same nowadays, even if they’re referring to the inhabitants of a particular market segment. While I was at my...
Thanks to loyal reader Frylock350, we’ve received a glimpse of what can only be Cadillac’s upcoming 2018 XTS — a long-in-the-tooth model given a stay of execution (and a styling refresh) by its struggling parent. The XTS...
Cadillac is in a curious state. Many would rightly argue that Cadillac’s products are more competitive now than they’ve been in decades. Cadillac is making headway in China, a market which accounted for slightly more than half...
(Everybody say HAYYYYYYY to our guest reviewer du jour, Danger Girl! —jb) The creaky old 737-300, lacking wi-fi and assigned seating but chock-full of oversized roller luggage, touched down in Queen City at about 9:40 p.m....
“Levels that were once seen as excessive are now sustainable.” —Uwe Ellinghaus, Chief Marketing Officer, Cadillac Cadillac expects to see auto sales in the United States in calendar year 2017 fall just below 2016’s best-ever results, which...
1974 was a rough year to be an American, but the Cadillac Division wasn’t about to give up on selling opulent two-and-a-half-ton highway dreadnaughts to the plutocracy (that came later). Here’s a well-banged-up Fleetwood Sixty Special...
Cadillac’s controversial 2015 move from its Detroit birthplace to the glittering spires of Manhattan is already showing signs of working, says the brand’s stern and methodical president. By packing their bags and heading to Soho, Cadillac’s...
The crossover is king and Cadillac doesn’t have nearly enough of them. As it works to correct that problem, the automaker hasn’t completely forgotten about the segment that once made it the first name in...