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Tony Soprano's Escalade sells for over $119,000

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Cadillac Escalade that TV character Tony Soprano drove sold for over $119,000 at auction. According to RR Auction, the white 2003 Cadillac Escalade went up for sale on November 12. The model has a resale value of only about $8,000, and RR Auction expected the Soprano car to sell for between $30,000 and $50,000.

2016 Cadillac CT6, 2017 Cadillac XT5: Caddy continues to reinvent itself

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - An image can be hard to shake, particularly if it's less than flattering. Many car buyers may still think of Cadillac as a purveyor of wallowing, V-8 land yachts, but those folks haven't been paying much attention for the past decade. CTS, ATS and Cadillac's high-performance "V" division offer ample evidence those Detroit guys can build 'em to run with the best from Europe. And Caddy isn't done.

Cadillac XT5: Fashion, not power

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Cadillac doesn't need to prove anything to the "buff books" anymore. The CTS-V beats Germany's performance offerings on the track, and the ATS is considered a benchmark in chassis technology. What they are really interested in is capturing the fashion and lifestyle crowd. That's why they invited a remarkably high number of fashion journalists when the crossover XT5 was airlifted to the launch event in New York two months ago.

Cadillac: We’ll Do Three – Maybe Four – Additional Crossover SUVs, No More Standalone EVs

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - At the introduction of its new XT5 mid-size crossover – which made its worldwide debut in Dubai, followed shortly thereafter by a North American premiere at the L.A. auto show – Cadillac stated that the model would be the first of four new crossovers from the brand. Speaking to Cadillac chief marketing officer Uwe Ellinghaus, however, he suggested that the number could be even higher, with the XT5 getting four additional siblings.

Pressure on XT5 to deliver amid Caddy's lineup quagmire

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac and its dealers are counting on the clean-slate redesign of the XT5 crossover to help the brand snap out of a sales funk before an influx of fresh product begins arriving in 2018.