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Topic - Kurt Mcneil
Superstorm Sandy gave an extra boost to already strong U.S. auto sales last month, although carmakers warned that uncertainty over the "fiscal cliff" could undo some of those gains.
Americans found plenty of reasons to buy new cars in September, making auto sales a bright spot in the economy for yet another month.
Cadillacis relaunching its certified pre-owned program to provide added confidence to customers seeking a used luxury automobile and help boost the resale value of Cadillacs.
Since its debut last year, the all-new 2010 Cadillac SRX has posted the largest gains in its segment for both sales and projected resale value, establishing SRX as a leader among mid-size luxury crossovers.
"We want to be known for great products, not great incentives," Mr. McNeil said.
"Exactly how much growth we can expect next year will depend in part on how Congress and the president resolve the fiscal-cliff issue," said Kurt McNeil, GM's U.S. sales chief. "Markets and consumers hate uncertainty."