DETROIT –The Cadillac brand is now ranked among the top 10 in the industry for initial quality (ranking 9th overall), with the Escalade topping the large premium crossover/SUV segment, according to the 2011 J.D. Power and Associates Initial Quality StudySM.
SONOMA, Calif. – Andy Pilgrim first sat in the Red Line Oil Chevrolet Impala SS on Friday morning, and by the time dinner rolled around, he’d put it in the starting field for Sunday’s 110-lap NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event at Infineon Raceway.
DETROIT – Cadillac reported retail sales growth for the 17th consecutive month in June with U.S. retail sales rising 5 percent in June to 10,215, led by the CTS family of luxury cars and Escalade line of luxury SUVs.
DETROIT – As the auction for the two Cadillac design-inspired custom motorcycles from the “American Chopper” series comes to a close, one winner will be certain – CureDuchenne, the national non-profit dedicated to finding a cure for Duchenne, the most progressive and lethal form of muscular dystrophy.
DETROIT – A new 3.6L V-6 – the segment’s most powerful standard engine – headlines updates to the 2012 Cadillac SRX. It enhances a combination of performance, technology and refinement that is resonating with more luxury crossover customers.
The Cadillac SRX, a fast-rising favorite among midsize luxury crossovers, receives a significant upgrade for the 2012 model year starting in August. A new 308-horsepower 3.6L direct-injected V6 engine gives SRX the most standard power in its class, and includes a driver-selectable ECO Mode for optimal fuel economy.
DETROIT – Cadillac reported U.S. total sales of 11,119 vehicles in July, a decrease of 26 percent from an exceptionally strong July 2010. However, total sales increased 2.4 percent over June and remain up 9 percent for the year.