I enjoyed your article on Cadillac's Night Vision in (some editions of) the June 28 issue.
As the dealer principal of a single-point Cadillac store, Dover Cadillac in Dover, N.H., I am frustrated by the lack of sales of that feature.
I agree that the reasons for the declining sales of Night Vision are the lack of marketing by General Motors (and Cadillac) and the slight drop in Cadillac DeVille sales.
I also believe that Cadillac is not selling more Night Vision units because it does not offer it on all models.
In New Hampshire, we sell mostly four-wheel-drive SUVs. Our customers have requested on numerous occasions (63 percent, according to our count) to add Night Vision to Escalades and SRXs.
But General Motors and Cadillac do not offer it on those products, not even as a dealer-installed option.
I strongly believe that if GM and Cadillac made Night Vision available in the same manner as OnStar has become available (even on Cavaliers!), Night Vision sales would increase dramatically.
The number of moose and especially deer in our part of the country makes Night Vision invaluable.