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Cadillac

expensive automobile and status symbol. [Trademarks: Crowley Trade, 83]
See: Luxury
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Based on the growth rate, GM Korea seeks to sell more than 2,500 Cadillacs this year.
by Courtesy of General Motors Cadillac, a name synonymous with luxury, performance and boldness.
Artifacts, memorabilia, display engines, and educational exhibits pay tribute to Cadillac founder Henry Leland, the firm's production history, its work for the Arsenal of Democracy during World War II, and its history of providing presidential limousines.
New York remains the American city that all others are measured by," Cadillac marketing chief Uwe Ellinghaus says with a crisp German accent.
GM sold just over 170,000 Cadillacs in 2014, down 6.
Cadillac, the prestige totem within General Motors, will soon have to stand up on its own as a separate business unit rather than be mollycoddled in the protective grip of its parent company.
Summary: DUBAI - Cadillac Global Conference in Las Vegas also recognised Liberty among 'Top 3 International Dealers outside USA'.
A BLACK Cadillac, which over three decades ago served former President Spyros Kyprianou fetched e1/417,500 at a State Fair auction.
The new/ used Olympia car dealer offers an impressive line up of new Cadillacs.
As is the case with the overwhelming majority of cars on sale in China - with a few notable exceptions such as Bentley and Rolls-Royce - the Cadillacs are built there rather than imported to provide jobs.
Howell says that a few years ago he took on the assignment to find the ways and means to increase the perceived quality of Cadillacs.
The CTS is the larger of the two new Cadillacs that are being launched onto the Irish market.