After failing to reestablish themselves in the European market in the late 90s, Cadillac will try to make a comeback again in 2005. Previously, Cadillac tried to push bloated luxury sedans out of Vauxhall dealerships, but now they'll be working with an independent importer called the Kroymans Group, and spreading the love among three distinct models. The chosen few that will try to put Caddy back in the mix: the SRX SUV that competes with Volvo's XC90 and the BMW X5, the CTS, which butts heads with the 5-series, and a smattering of XLR convertibles, which will grapple with the Mercedes SL-class and sticker for a lofty £70,000.
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