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    Cadillac Leaving New York and Bringing Headquarters Back to Michigan
    With Cadillac dropping the CTS and ATS for 2020. they must be in financial difficulty. On their new expensive 2019 model the C6, the bumper to bumper coverage is only 36 months 36K miles. The year before it was 48 months 50K miles. 48months 50K has always been the standard for luxury cars.

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    Lately I see more Cadillac SUV than CTS or ATS. I read awhile back Ford is loosing their butt on cars, but doing ok on pickups and suv. Look at the Ford stock value that has fallin to the fire. I doubt we will see many surviving small cars until gas prices skyrocket again. Looking at all the other major manufacturers they are all either in the rears or near even from the beginning of this year.
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