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Cadillac's roster, traditionally a sedan automaker, more recently includes SUVs, trucks, and two-passenger convertibles. By the '90s, Cadillac's days as a top-selling trendsetter seemed to be over. In response to flagging sales, the automaker revised its outlook and its vehicles, conjuring up an exciting Art & Science design philosophy that helped give the company new life. Today's Cadillac models are known for offering powerful engines, chiseled lines and a full accoutrement of luxury features. For those looking for a vehicle with SUV utility, size, and design Cadillac offers a used SUV that is true luxury, the Escalade.

The Escalade was redesigned in 2007 is comes in regular and extended length versions. It is a huge vehicle with a cavernous cabin and immense power and towing capability. For SUV like utility, along with better mileage and handling, the used Cadillac SRX is a midsize sport utility vehicle launched as an early 2004 model, available with a V-6 or V-8 under the hood. Bridging the gap between luxury sedans and powerful SUVs, the SRX was Cadillac's first crossover — a model that features the attributes of more than one vehicle class. For used sedan the redesigned 2008 Cadillac CTS keeps everything that was good about the first-generation model and seems to improve everything that wasn't. More-refined exterior styling, greatly improved interior design and quality, more power and optional all-wheel drive mean the CTS is poised to give the Infiniti G35 and other entry-level sport sedans some tough competition

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Owned by General Motors, Cadillac is America's most prestigious domestic luxury automaker. For most of its existence, the company was known exclusively for its cushy, senior-friendly sedans, but in more recent years the automaker has revised and expanded its lineup in a successful effort to attract a new, younger generation of clientele. Born in 1902, Cadillac was founded by Henry Martyn Leland, a manufacturer of automotive components. He named the company after a noted French explorer who discovered Detroit in the early 1700s. Cadillac quickly gained a reputation for specializing in precise craftsmanship and for using standardized parts. The success of early Cadillacs like the Model A and the 30 made the brand a sales success, so much so that the automaker was purchased by General Motors in 1909.

Soon after World War II, Cadillac history hit a high point as its tailfinned and chrome-laden cars became the epitome of American postwar automotive style. Cadillac's tailfin took its cue from Lockheed's P38 Lightning Aircraft, and was the brainchild of designer Frank Hershey. The 1980s saw the launch of the Seville, a vehicle whose unique bustle-back styling sparked a trend and inspired its share of imitators. That decade also witnessed the rollout of the Cimarron, a compact built from the same platform as the Chevy Cavalier. Cadillac has pressed ahead with a new design philosophy for the 21st century called art and science which it says incorporates sharp, sheer forms and crisp edges — a form vocabulary that expresses bold, high-technology design and invokes the technology used to design it. This new design language spread from the original CTS across the line all the way up to the XLR roadster. Cadillac's model line-up mostly includes rear and all wheel drive sedans, roadsters, crossovers and SUVs. For more research, read a comprehensive overview of the Cadillac lineup.

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