Cadillac Escalade

Cadillac Escalade

  The Cadillac Escalade has created a nice little niche for itself on American soil with citizens enjoying the grand SUV with every gulping gallon of gas. Offered in both a standard size and a 20" longer version in the ESV, the Escalade towers over much of the competition with its enormous front grille and equally large 6.2 L V8 engine that delivers 403hp. Cadillac made an attempt to improve fuel efficiency by adding cylinder deactivation, but the best bang for the fuel buck is paying a bit more for the new Platinum Hybrid. The Platinum Hybrid is powered by GM's patented two-mode hybrid system and a 6.0L V8 engine producing 332hp and 367lb-ft of torque. This combination offers a 25% bump in fuel economy. Both engines are mated to a six-speed automatic, continuously variable transmission.

Posted on by Anthony Kodack

The luxury-appointed 2007 Mercedes GL-Class Mercedes GL-Class hitting showrooms in May is the first full-size sport utility vehicle in America from a European brand. The debut of the $55,000-plus SUV with Class IV towing capacity also marks the first time Mercedes Mercedes will go head-to-head against Cadillac’s best-known modern-day vehicle. Those statistics, combined with the fact the new GL is based on the unibody architecture of the ML-Class and is being built at the same Tuscaloosa, Ala., assembly plant as (...)

GM officially announced the production of the 2008 Cadillac Escalade Cadillac Escalade hybrid and even set a target date of fall 2007. The Escalade hybrid with use the same two-mode transmission as the Chevrolet Chevrolet Tahoe hybrid, a move that GM says will give the big Cadillac a 25-percent improvement in fuel economy. GM’s Displacement on Demand technology will also be used to reduce fuel consumption by the gasoline engine. GM says will give the big Cadillac a 25-percent improvement in fuel (...)

Cadillac announced that pricing for the all-new 2007 Escalade, scheduled to hit dealerships in February, will start at $57,280 manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) including destination charges for the all-wheel drive variant available at launch. This price for the 2007 Escalade represents a carry-over entry price relative to the outgoing 2006 Escalade while the vehicle is all-new inside and out. The 2007 Escalade provides several new features as standard equipment including; a power (...)
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As one of the more important vehicles in Cadillac’s portfolio and a major profit center for General Motors, the Escalade gets a complete redesign for the 2007 model year. Highlights of the new 2007 Cadillac Escalade include a stiffer frame, a more powerful V8 engine, higher-quality interior materials, and a more refined appearance inside and out.

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With a 40-inch wheelbase extension, the Escalade ESVe limousine is a mobile board room and entertainment suite on wheels. It is equipped with opulent amenities and seating for four passengers in the rear cabin.

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