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Cadillac Escalade

Price $90,498 – $122,798
Fuel consumption 8.9 – 16.8 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 76%(view ratings)
A perfect embodiment of American opulence, the Escalade was completely redesigned a year ago and now starts at just over $90,000. Customers have a choice of regular- and long-wheelbase models. As for engine selection, the base 6.2-litre V8 engine can be replaced by a 3.0-litre inline six-cylinder diesel engine. The lavish interior impresses with a stunning 38-inch digital interface. Options include GM’s Super Cruise hands-free driving assistant.

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Test Drives2021 Cadillac Escalade: Royalty Without Borders
The Cadillac Escalade has become a staple of America as much as Elvis, Coca-Cola or Amazon. Originally introduced in 1999 as a response to the Lincoln Navigator , it started as a jazzed-up GMC Yukon Denali sporting a different grille. Over the years, the Escalade has worked its way up …
PreviewsFive Things to Know About the 2021 Cadillac Escalade
In February, General Motors unveiled the final piece of its new full-size SUV offensive with the fifth-generation 2021 Cadillac Escalade . Of course, this is a very important product for the brand, especially since BMW recently launched the X7 and Mercedes-Benz significantly upgraded the GLS . The redesigned Escalade will …


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News2025 Cadillac Escalade Gets Huge Wheels and Screen, Loses Diesel
Following the lead of the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban , the more luxurious Cadillac Escalade is getting a significant mid-cycle update for 2025. The first units will roll off the line in Arlington, Texas before the end of this year. Cadillac’s full-size SUV lineup will once again offer six trim …
RecallsGM Recalls 163,000 SUVs and Pickups With Faulty Headlights in Canada
General Motors this week announced a recall affecting large SUVs and pickups in Canada. The problem is nothing too serious, but the number of units involved certainly is. We’re talking about 163,611 vehicles overall. Essentially, the automatic headlamps may not turn on soon enough as it becomes dark outside. Canadian …
NewsCanadian Class Action Lawsuit Filed Over GM’s 8-Speed Transmission
A class action lawsuit against General Motors of Canada has been filed in the Court of King's Bench for Saskatchewan on behalf of anyone who purchased or leased a new or used GM vehicle equipped with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Similar class actions exist in the U.S., some dating back …
ElectricAll-Electric Cadillac Escalade to be Unveiled Later in 2023
Cadillac , which last year introduced an Escalade-V with a 682-horsepower supercharged V8 burning more than 18 litres of fuel per 100 km, will try to appease Mother Earth’s friends later in 2023 by unveiling a zero-emission variant of its full-size SUV. We’ve known for nearly four years now that …
NewsThe Car Guide's Best Buys for 2022: Cadillac Escalade
Every year, The Car Guide unveils a list of Best Buys covering all the different vehicle categories in the industry. Full-size SUVs are big, bold and brawny vehicles with plenty of tech. Prices often land in six-figure territory, making them out of reach for most customers. The Winner For 2022, …
NewsTwin-Turbo Six-Cylinder Engine Could Land in GM Pickups, SUVs
Will General Motors follow the lead of its top competitors by introducing a twin-turbocharged six-cylinder gasoline engine in its large pickups and SUVs? It looks like it. While the decision is far from finalized, GM Authority reports that the automaker is currently considering the development of such an engine. It …
New Models2023 Cadillac Escalade-V Arrives With 682 Horsepower, Awesome V-Mode
The same automaker that builds the small, zero-emission Chevrolet Bolt EV made an incredibly big and loud statement today with the debut of a vehicle that is the complete opposite. The all-new and almighty 2023 Cadillac Escalade-V will become the industry’s most powerful full-size SUV when it goes on sale …


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