NEW YORK – Like several other General Motors Corp. divisions, Cadillac was stung by a double-digit percentage drop in October sales, and the luxury marque now is faced with trying to hang on to gains made earlier in the year. Through September, Cadillac's U.S. light-vehicle sales were up 7.9%, well outpacing the market's 2.8% gain overall. But a 19.1% decline in October has cut into that growth, and Cadillac sales now lead like-2004 by a smaller 4.8% margin. “We're shell-shocked because ...
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