DETROIT – So how might sales of one of the world’s thirstiest and luxurious SUVs fare during a time of record-high gasoline prices and lackluster industry sales? Just fine, thank you, says Cadillac Escalade Global Product Manager David Schiavone. “Image, gas prices…they’ve all taken a toll on non-luxury SUV sales, but we’re doing fine,” Schiavone says during a recent preview of the ’08 Cadillac Escalade Platinum edition here. Sales of SUVs in the U.S. fell 11.3% last year. But the ...

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