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Cadillac is winnowing its Escalade offerings to just two versions for 2014, the regular model and the even longer ESV version. No longer available are the Escalade Hybrid or pickup-like Escalade EXT. The only thing new for the 2014 Escalade lineup is an exterior color: Midnight Plum Metallic.
Cadillac Escalade models receive a few modest updates for 2012, highlights of which include two new exterior colors for Escalade SUV models (Radiant Silver Metallic and Crystal Red Tintcoat), a new center console design, and navigation system enhancements.
New features include HID headlamps on Platinum models, while a power tilt steering wheel and enhanced OnStar navigation tools are added to all Escalade models. A new safety option is Cadillac's Side Blind Zone Alert system that alerts the driver to vehicles not in the side mirror's field of view.
The 2007 Escalade ESV raises the bar on luxury SUVs. It may be in a shrinking segment, due to high fuel prices, but for those who need full-size truck capabilities and want luxury-level appointments, features and image, the stretched ESV is the ultimate aspiration.
The full-size luxury SUV segment has a lot to offer, but with an all-out redesign for the 2015 model year, the Cadillac Escalade has climbed back to the top of the pile. While other SUVs have decided to go smaller and more fuel efficient, the Escalade goes its own way, offering regular and long-wheelbase (ESV) models, with both powered by a 6.2-liter V8 engine. The all-new Escalade continues on with its boxy, bold profile and benefits from a redesigned interior which grants Cadillac’s biggest offering a spot on the must-see list. If you’re looking to seat eight in the lap of luxury, a ton of storage space, and a towing capacity of up to 8,300 pounds, the 2015 Cadillac Escalade would like to speak with you.