After dominating the U.S. luxury market for almost as long as there have been luxury cars, Cadillac and Lincoln are losing the sales race to foreign brands. Thanks to their popularity with aging Baby Boomers and addition of innovative sport/utility vehicles (SUVs), Toyota Motor Corp.'s Lexus Div. and DaimlerChrysler AG's Mercedes brand are outselling General Motors Corp.'s Cadillac and Ford Motor Co.'s Lincoln, leaving them to battle over third and fourth place. Not far behind is Germany's ...
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