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Cayenne Leads List of Unworthy $100K Cars

The Things’ Andre Nalin has released a list of 19 vehicles whose quality or dependability falls short of their six-figure price tags, led by the Porsche Cayenne SUV.

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Truck and SUV Lease Prices Fall as New Models Loom

Analysts say impending 2020 releases are putting downward pressure on lease prices in every truck and SUV category in Wantalease.com’s secondary marketplace.

Lease Prices Fluctuate for Nissan, Others

Wantalease.com reports changes to lease prices for a range of small, mid-size, and luxury SUVs, led by a 14% increase for the Nissan Pathfinder, as well as some Chevrolet, Cadillac, and Infiniti products.

Bound to Fail

Da Man returns with a message to vehicle manufacturers jumping into the subscription waters: It ain’t gonna happen.

Head of Cadillac Departs

Johan De Nysschen has left the company to pursue other interests. The news comes nearly four years after he was named head of General Motors’ luxury brand.

Lexus to Offer ‘Subscription-Type Plan’ With New Compact SUV

The all-new UX crossover SUV will be Lexus' first vehicle to be offered through a subscription plan when it arrives in dealership showrooms this December.

Cadillac Launches $1,500 a Month Subscription Service

Cadillac has launched a subscription-based, on-demand vehicle utilization program that provides access to Cadillac vehicles without a commitment to buy or lease.

Cadillac to Upgrade Customer Experience at 700 Dealerships

Cadillac will be implementing a luxury focused, boutique experience at 700 dealerships in the company’s U.S. dealer network of 900 stores, according to Cadillac president Johan de Nysschen.

Cadillac Becomes Separate Business Unit

General Motors has announced a strategic realignment that will establish Cadillac as a separate business unit. In addition, the new Cadillac organization will expand to New York with a new global headquarters opening in 2015.

Average Incentives Rise, Domestics Curb Spending

Incentive growth was at its lowest point in March since last September, but the NADA Used Car Guide noted that the automakers that decreased spending were the ones that scored sales increases for the month.