General Motors Corp. says a cutback in fleet sales is the primary reason Cadillac DeVille deliveries dropped 38.6% in March to 6,762 units from year-ago's 11,021. DeVille's decline was the largest at Cadillac, which posted an overall sales decrease of 28.3% (13,113 vs. 18,292). The only Cadillac product to record a sales increase was the Escalade sport/utility vehicle, up 1.1% last month vs. like-2000. “What happened in part was fleet,” explains Paul Ballew, GM general director of market ...
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