PARADISE VALLEY, AZ – Cadillac is forecasting that 2003 will be its best sales year since 1994, when the auto maker delivered 210,686 vehicles. Through April, Cadillac sales are running 17.2% ahead of like-2002. But by year-end, Cadillac General Manager Mark LaNeve expects deliveries will finish about 5% ahead of 2002, when sales totaled 199,748 units, up 16.1% from 2001. Cadillac GM Mark LaNeve expects sales to increase 5% in 2003. “It’s going to be hard to get the kind of ...
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