Due in dealers sometime this spring, the all-new 2015 Cadillac Escalade is officially set to open at $72,690. As confirmed when it was revealed last fall in New York City, the latest version of Cadillac's full-size luxury SUV adds a whole new level of upscale charm to its recasting, a process that will be accompanied by roughly a $3,700 bump in its base sticker number.
Beyond bolder but more sophisticated exterior styling, the remade Escalade boasts an interior that features the division's latest take on elegant ambiance bringing things like supple leather seating, a 12.1-inch reconfigurable instrument cluster, the CUE infotainment system with Bose audio and integrated Navigation, active noise cancellation, power adjustable steering column/pedals, power folding rear seats, a hands-free liftgate and more, even in standard trim. Stepping up to Luxury grade richens that mix to include the comprehensive Driver Awareness Package, Side-Blind Zone Alert, Lane Chance Assist, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, a power sunroof and a full-color head-up display while the Premium model adds a rear-seat entertainment system along with full-speed adaptive cruise control, Front/Rear Automatic Braking and Automatic Collision Preparation.
Rear- or all-wheel drive, standard or long-wheelbase ESV, every 2015 Cadillac Escalade will pack the same 420-horsepower/6.2-liter V8 paired with a 6-speed automatic transmission. The basic formula also includes a Gen III Magnetic Ride Control suspension, enhanced StabiliTrak stability/traction control with tow/haul mode, a 20-inch wheel/tire package that rises to a 22-inch fitment on Limited and Premium Escalade models and an enhanced brake system with long-lasting Duralife rotors.
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