STERLING HEIGHTS, MI – Cadillac is considering rolling out a cross/utility vehicle, possibly with a 4-cyl. engine, to take advantage of the fast-growing segment. The General Motors Corp. luxury brand is seeing heightened interest in entry-luxury, or “e-lux,” compared with prestige luxury, says Cadillac General Manager Jim Taylor. Cadillac wants to compete with segment leaders from Toyota Motor Corp.’s Lexus and Honda Motor Co. Ltd.’s Acura luxury divisions. With today’s fuel-economy ...

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