Cadillac Escalade Review – Kelley Blue Book

FORMORE CAR VIDEOS & REVIEWS VISIT: www.kbb.com Cadillac Escalade. The Cadillac Escalade almost single handedly brought the term Bling to middle America. Adopted by many as the ultimate status symbol for hip, urban up and comers, few rides earn more respect on the street than the Escalade. Welcome to our comprehensive Kelley Blue Book review of the Cadillac Escalade. The Escalade, or Slade, as the kids call it, is an SUV designed to gather attention and deliver its occupants in substantial, and some might say excessive, style. With technology, flashy styling and an imposing stance, the Escalade is the perfect vehicle for those who like to wear success on their sleeves. For more new car reviews, interviews and automotive news visit www.kbb.com today.

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25 Responses to “Cadillac Escalade Review – Kelley Blue Book”

  1. SuperAwesomeBalls on December 3rd, 2012 at 8:57 am

    wow what a piece of shit! If you want to have a thing called a car by a German car , instead of an american cheap bag of shit!!

  2. So you have more chances of having your car stolen! :D

  3. let me be honest here, i could care less how many miles per gallon it gets, ive got, il keep and il keep driving it!

  4. if ur aimed at a luxurious interior but a smaller car take a look at a buick enclave its very nice i won one

  5. marco marmolejo on December 3rd, 2012 at 10:56 am

    Im only 15 but my dad has this car but it realy helps you out when your first driving a car becuase you can adjust how sentive you want the gas/brake pedal to be.I drive the regular $55,000 SUV and to me it helps you out so i think you should go buy this car and start driving

  6. I wish we had an escalade:(

  7. This is just a premium collection! Show us a platinum for a review!

  8. The cadillac escalade is cute for a big car.

  9. I haven’t had any problems with mine ever. Except for the haters at carwashes and valet guys scratching it up!!Good thing I got a body shop that keeps her looking good…

  10. Am I the only one who finds these cars kind of tacky?

  11. djdude1377777777 on December 3rd, 2012 at 2:28 pm

    id rather a have a land cruiser

  12. ok

  13. anything that’s not an “SUV” you mean. SUV stands for Sport Utility Vehicle. it should be rugged, tough, and should be able to go anywhere. I.E. FJ40, Defender, Wrangler, Nissan Patrol, the OLD Range Rover…

  14. So anything thats not an SUV?

  15. hmmm let’s stick with the brand, since I like Caddy. CTS Wagon, XTS, and then there’s anything from BMW aside from the x5/x6, most mercedes, not the g55 or the ml class, lexus aside from GX, most anything. Fuck. Even Hyundai Equus.

  16. Such as?

  17. IVIonsterMonster on December 3rd, 2012 at 5:31 pm

    lol the “slade as the kids call it” cause kids can afford a 80,000 suv

  18. The only american SUV that i like it…
    But its sad that he is so big and need 25 L Gasoil/Diesel

  19. I’m gonna buy this car one day.. lol

  20. Go with Denali. Too many people have Escalade’s . Then again it’s your money what ever satisfy you and Worth the money go with that.

  21. The Cadillac Escalade is the primary symbol in luxury and in full-sized SUVs.
    And personally, imo, the Escalade’s design is better looking.
    At the moment, I’m confused whether or not to get a GMC Yukon Denali, or just a an Escalade that has a few more features than the base model.

  22. Not going to lie, before the Navigator was redesigned, I preferred the Navigator over the Escalade… Now I prefer the Escalade over the current Navi.
    It’s mostly due to better styling.

  23. the lincoln navigator is so better !!!!!!

  24. To me Chevy Tahoe LTZ look exactly same in Interior AS Cadillac ESCALADE.
    So why spend so much more when you can get everything for less in tahoe.

  25. Drove these cars for limo service for a while, comfortable to ride, but break down easily, especially the suspension area, engine struggled with the body, I’m not sure why, I think it was the wrong combo of tranny with engine. Overall I would give it 4/10 for daily every day use, on the premises of low durability. The interior is great, but its a headache to maintain and repair. Its not cheap to buy or repair either.