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GM recall: 1.5 million vehicles, including Cadillac, Chevrolet, have windshield wiper system fire risk

General Motors Co., is recalling about 1.5 million vehicles worldwide, including several Cadillac and Chevrolet models, to address for the second time two years an overheating windshield wiper fluid system that could lead to a fire.

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Chevrolet Malibu, Volvo S60 get largest depreciation, appreciation honors

The redesigned Chevrolet Malibu has been marketed more heavily than any other car in the United States in the past two years in its manufacturer’s desire to infiltrate sales the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry, the country’s top-two bet-selling sedans.

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Cadillac CTS-V, 2009: The Weekly Driver Car Review

After a year’s hiatus for a redesign, the CTS-V returns in 2009 to the Cadillac stable as a powerful midsize sedan. It’s all high-performance and hi-tech and luxury options en masse for the well-heeled brand with the big tradition. There’s a lot at stake for the new Cadillac, particularly since one of its sibling has claimed recent car-of-the-year honors.

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President Barack Obama's new Cadillac limo: Options include shotguns and extra blood

President Barack Obama was escorted for about two miles at the inauguration earlier today in the new presidential limousine. It’s been a tradition for more than six decades for presidents to travel by limousine. But none of the vehicles has been as detailed as the new president’s Cadillac. It has eight-inch thick doors, gets eight mpg, has automatic weapons and extra blood in case the president needs a transfusion.

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Car & Driver Magazine's Top-10 Cars For 2008

Car & Driver is among the most respected publications in the automotive industry. And each year, the magazine’s highlight issue is its top-10 cars of the year list. With 2009 models fully infiltrating the marketplace and the status of the automotive industry in constant flux, it’s again a good time to note Car & Driver’s selection for 2008.

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Cadillac Debuts CTS Sport Wagon For 2010

The 2010 Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon was recently debuted on the Monterey Peninsula, showcasing a dramatic design that elevates and updates the classic wagon body style. Not unlike many historic Cadillac designs, the new CTS Sport Wagon is an unmistakable and dynamic presence. The car’s intricately cut rear profile injects fashion-forward design into the formerly utilitarian world of wagons.

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Cadillac CTS, 2008: The Weekly Driver Car Review

A mid-size entry level luxury car, the Cadillac CTS was introduced in 2003 as a replacement for the Catera. Five years, later it’s become the manufacturer’s first success story in recent market campaign to sell vehicles to younger buyers. The CTS, in fact, is credited with rekindling the popularity of the Cadillac, whose sales dipped heavily in the 1990s in favor or Lexus, BMW and Mercedes.

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