Showing posts in the category of Cadillac Escalade

Cadillac to Replace 2015 Escalade's Dashboard Cover After Running Into Airbag Troubles


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GM issued a recall covering 1,022 units of its 2015 Cadillac Escalade and Escalade ESV SUVs in the States, after discovering a problem with the passenger airbag.

Cadillac Keeps The Escalade Name, But Crossovers Will Take 'XT' Prefix


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In the wake of Cadillac's announcement of its upcoming CT6 sedan and the revision of the company's sedans names, the company's marketing chief has confirmed the plan for crossovers – and the Escalade is exempt.

GM Issues Another Set Of Recalls, Including SRX, Spark and a Saab


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General Motors has announced three more recalls for its vehicles, bringing the count up to around 30 million cars and trucks recalled in 2014.

Cadillac Bringing ATS Coupe to Europe in October, Escalade before the End of 2014


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Cadillac has announced a series of updates for its 2015 lineup for Europe, with the main additions being the ATS Coupe and Escalade, scheduled to launch before the end of this year.

Cadillac Adds Platinum to Escalade, As Well As 8-Speed Automatic


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It's interesting to see how much further GM can take its full-size SUV platform upscale, what with the 2015 Cadillac Escalade already approaching Range Rover money. And now, here's the 2015 Escalade Platinum, with added premium.

Cadillac Woman Bites and Tries to Drive Off While Being Towed by Repo Man


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Well, that Escalated quickly; a repossession that went awry in Spartanburg, South Carolina, was recorded on film by the owner of Mission Towing & Recovery, Scotty Fowler.

Cadillac Says New Escalade May Get V-Sport and Diesel Derivatives


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The old Cadillac would never consider a sporty derivative, let alone a diesel engine offering for its biggest and brawniest SUV, the Escalade, but times are changing and GM's luxury division is now open to both options, as revealed by David Schiavone, the model line's brand manager.

Mrs. Hennessey Takes Supercharged Escalade Down the Drag Strip


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John Hennessey’s wife has a new supercharged Cadillac Escalade. It’s not the full-blown, seven hundred horsepower one (HPE700), it’s the HPE550, but it still pretty brisk, managing to cover the quarter mile 14.88 seconds at around 95 mph or 152 km/h.

NFL Draftee Teddy Bridgewater Gets His Mom a Pink 2015 Cadillac Escalade


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We're not sure how many of you ever pondered what the 2015 Cadillac Escalade look like in pink, but now you know, and you can thank GM's promo machine and NFL draft prospect Teddy Bridgewater for that.

2015 Cadillac Escalade SUV by Hennessey Serves Up 557 Supercharged Horses


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If you're going to go big with GM's 2015 Cadillac Escalade SUV, you may as well go the extra length and follow the same route in the performance department too, right? Eh, not exactly, but you get where Texas-based tuner Hennessey Performance is going with this – if you don't, just read the following quote from the email they sent over to us:

Battle of American Luxo-Barges: 2015 Lincoln Navigator vs. 2015 Cadillac Escalade [w/Poll]


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If for any reason, you miss the days when American companies were driven by the mantra "bigger is better", you'll be pleased to know that several carmakers continue to offer automotive behemoths dressed under the guise of a full-size SUV. Two of the newest arrivals in the category are the 2015 Cadillac Escalade and 2015 Lincoln Navigator.

Cadillac's All-New 2015 Escalade Said to be Priced from $72,690*


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It might remain a truck at heart, but Cadillac continues to treat its Escalade series as a to top-segment luxury SUV one at that, as evidenced by the reported starting price of $72,690 with destination (*) for the all-new 2015 model, up $3,725 over the base 2014 model that begins at $68,965.

Chevy El Camino Escalade is One Confused Ride


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We're not so sure if the term cross breeding can be applied on cars, but it does seem suitable to describe what's going on with this ride we found for sale on eBay. The car is listed as a "1985 Chevrolet El Camino/Cadillac Customized Collector's Edition".

GM Considering Hybrids, Diesels for Its Large Chevy, GMC and Cadillac SUVs


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General Motors is considering various technical solutions for its recently announced, but not yet available, trio of big SUVs, including the 2015 versions of the Chevrolet Tahoe, GMC Yukon and Cadillac Escalade, with hybrid powertrains, diesel engines and high-geared transmissions being all taken into account.

We Put GM's Big Three SUVs Side by Side, Drawing Preliminary Conclusions [w/Poll]


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So, General Motors has renewed its lineup of full-sized SUVs for the 2015 model-year. It propagates the tradition of underpinning these models on the same body-on-frame architecture and which include the Cadillac Escalade, GMC Yukon and Chevy Tahoe.

The Detroit company has made efforts to differentiate the models, while keeping costs as low as possible, but all look 100 percent identical from the side. That may not be too much of an issue for the non-premium Chevy and GMC variants, but it is, in my view, for the Cadillac.

Cadillac May Use Escalade Name on Smaller SUVs


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At yesterday’s New York unveiling of the all-new 2015 Cadillac Escalade, brand boss Bob Ferguson said GM may use the Escalade name for other luxury vehicles within the Cadillac lineup.

New 2015 Cadillac Escalade Shipping to Europe Next Year


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If you reside in Europe and the brand-new 2015 Cadillac Escalade tickled your fancy during the official unveiling event in New York City last night, then, as the great Professor Farnsworth would say, “Good news, everyone!”.

Cadillac, through its parent company GM, announced that the fourth generation Escalade will go on sale in Europe towards the end of 2014 at as of yet undisclosed pricing.

Carisma Gives Cadillac Escalade an Automotive First Class Treatment


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We've all heard about flying first class, but have you ever heard about driving first class? That's the kind of experience that UK-based Carisma Auto Design promises to offer owners, or rather passengers, of its new Cadillac Escalade (evidently the outgoing model) tune. You may remember the brand from some of its more recent products based on the Land Rover Defender and Mercedes-Benz Viano van.

2015 Cadillac Escalade Revealed in All its Big and Brawny Glory [Photos & Videos]


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If first impressions count, then Cadillac has won our attention with the all-new generation of its 2015 Escalade full-size SUV that was officially unveiled today during a special event in New York City. It may have impressed us more if a) it had shown the Escalade first instead of last, after the Chevrolet and GMC models or b) if the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban and GMC Yukon and Yukon XL simply did not exist…

We say that because if you place the three models together, their relation is clear, at least on the outside where the differences between them are focused on the individually styled front and rear ends, and the exterior trims and wheels – overall, the Escalade has crispier ends and more upscale detailing.

Watch the 2015 Cadillac Escalade Unveiling Live Here at 7:30 PM EST


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Yes, we have shown you a rather detailed, yet admittedly, grainy view of the new 2015 Cadillac Escalade through a sea of screen shots earlier today, but now we are minutes away from the official revealing of the big SUV that takes place in New York City.

GM will be broadcasting the event live and you can watch it from the comfort of your home or even your office in the video that you will find waiting for you right below the jump at 7:30 PM EST sharp.