PARADISE VALLEY, AZ – The program headquarters during test drives of the all-new Cadillac SRX and XLR is a resort nestled at the base of Camelback Mountain north of Phoenix. The town’s name is appropriate for Cadillac dealers and enthusiasts. They should be in paradise. It would be hard to be anywhere else when General Motors Corp.’s luxury division is debuting a vehicle into the hot cross/utility segment and a convertible sports coupe simultaneously. With good looks and great ...

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