Cadillac's success also is its problem. The luxury division's top-selling vehicle, the DeVille, is its biggest car — and that's not a good marketing position to be in, especially as it tries to regain the attention of baby boomers who have long since shunned the automaker's offerings for sleeker, more performance-oriented imports. But General Motors Corp.'s Cadillac division is so confident its new and more modestly sized 2000 DeVille will be able to conquest sales from foreign luxury ...
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