GM says Cadillac really No.2 DETROIT — General Motors Corp. admits that Cadillac Div. inflated its December sales report in order to beat Lincoln out for No.1 in luxury vehicle sales in 1998. GM says an internal audit shows Cadillac pumped up its December sales by 4,773 units — 2,103 Escalades, 167 Eldorados, 2,243 DeVilles, 121 Sevilles and 139 Cateras — in order to edge Lincoln by 222 vehicles for the 1998 sales crown. GM says Cadillac has been under-reporting its sales in January-April ...

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