DETROIT – Cadillac’s U.S. sales showed continued growth with an increase of 6.4 percent in May, the best May since 2007. More than half of Cadillac buyers in May were new to the brand, not trading in a Cadillac vehicle.
DETROIT – Cadillac’s U.S. sales for April show that the brand’s products continue to attract new buyers. Retail sales to individual consumers were up 12 percent, with total sales up 5 percent, including a 55-percent decline in fleet sales.
DETROIT – Cadillac’s 2013 total U.S. sales increased 22 percent, the best total sales year for Cadillac since 2007. December total sales increased 12 percent month over month led by a 20 percent increase in retail sales.
DETROIT – Cadillac’s product-driven sales growth continued through November, with the brand reporting its 18th consecutive month of increasing retail sales in the U.S. For the month, Cadillac’s U.S. sales rose 11 percent, and the brand saw a 25-percent increase year-to-date. November also marks the brand’s 14th consecutive month of double digit year-over-year growth in total sales.
DETROIT – Cadillac’s product-driven growth continued in October, with the brand recording its 17th consecutive month of increasing sales. Cadillac’s U.S. sales rose 10 percent for the month, and the brand’s 25-percent increase year-to-date makes it the fastest-growing full-line luxury auto brand globally.
DETROIT – Cadillac’s expanded product lineup drove U.S. sales up 38 in August, the luxury brand’s 15th consecutive monthly increase. August also was Cadillac’s best retail sales performance since 1989.
DETROIT – Cadillac’s year-to-date sales increase of 38 percent will be the brand’s largest since 1976, making the 110-year old brand the fastest growing major automotive brand in the U.S.
DETROIT – Driven by the popularity of two new cars – the ATS and larger XTS – sales of Cadillac luxury sedans are up 109 percent compared to models the brand was selling a year ago. April was the 11th consecutive month of year-over-year retail sales gains.
DETROIT – With U.S. sales increasing 38 percent through the first quarter, Cadillac is the nation’s fastest-growing full-line luxury brand. The brand’s growth includes a 50 percent increase in March, driven by new products like the ATS sport sedan.
DETROIT –More than six of 10 Cadillac customers in February traded in something other than a prior model Cadillac, evidence the luxury brand is attracting new customers with its expanding product line.
DETROIT – Driven by the new ATS sport sedan, the North American Car of the Year, Cadillac U.S. sales increased 47 percent in January. Growing demand by individual buyers made January the best month for Cadillac domestic retail sales in 23 years.
DETROIT – Increased demand from retail luxury buyers drove Cadillac U.S. sales in December 12 percent higher compared with December 2011and 26 percent above November 2012.
DETROIT – Cadillac’s new ATS sport sedan and XTS luxury sedan drove a 30 percent increase in total November sales with strong performances on both U.S. coasts. Retail sales were up 23 percent in California and 37 percent in the Northeast.
DETROIT – Two all-new models and momentum in key markets like the West Coast drove a 37 percent increase in U.S. sales for Cadillac’s rebuilt car lineup in October.
DETROIT – Cadillac reported its second-strongest month of the year in August with total sales up 4 percent at 13,208 units versus August 2010. Retail sales were up 14 percent at 12,260 and were also up 23 percent versus July 2011.
General Motors President Dan Ammann and Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen, the newest member of the GM executive leadership team, toured the exhibits of European luxury competitors at Mondial l'Automobile 2014 Paris on Thursday.