2015 Cadillac Escalade is poised to garner large sales this era

2015-03-20 14:35:03
2015 Cadillac Escalade is poised to garner large sales this era
2015 Cadillac Escalade is poised to garner large sales this era

The new 2015 Cadillac Escalade like other autos emanating from the manufacturer’s platforms still retains imperative traits adored in its forefathers, including bold, communicative styling, its big, has an elegant cabin and boasts a brawny eight cylinder-engine though it faced the designers knife wholly. Packed with loads of new features, it includes a new panel, newer touches like refined headlamps and rear-lights, upscale profile that infuses a contemporary appearance. The automaker hopes to buoy on various cutting-edge traits to attain expansive toehold, from a powerfully built, brawny V8, copious cabin space, commendable towing capacity and a fair price tag in contrast to myriad rivals.

Under the hood, the 2015 Escalade is provided with a single mill, a 6.2-liter eight-cylinder churning out 420 ponies. It mates to a standard six-speed automated, checking in at 15 mpg in city and 21 mpg hwy in two-wheel drive, or alternatively 14 mpg city and 21 mpg hwy for the four-wheel drive. FWD models of the longer-wheelbase Escalade ESV are bigger to get poor EPA ratings at 14 mpg city alongside 20 mpg highway.   

There are three trim levels for the Escalade, the base-level, midsize Luxury and apex-topping Premium. The Escalade base-level has a lengthy roster of standard features, including frontal and rear park aid, a backup camera, navigation system, remote start, LED headlamps, infotainment system with an 8” touch screen, 20” alloy wheels, power adaptive pedals, 20” alloy wheels, heated/cooled seats, heated back seats, tri-zone auto climate system, Bluetooth and HD radio. The Escalade Luxury brings extras like the 22” alloy wheels, forward-crash alert, lane veer-off warning, blind spot monitoring program, a complete color head-up screen and safety technologies.   

Top-ranging is the Escalade Premium that brings frontal and back automated braking during a crash, back seat infotainment system, adjustable cruise control and a crash-preparation system. There are loads of optional packages, all depending on the trim level model.

 On the safety features side, it comes with dual frontal bags, frontal-side air bags, side-curtain air bags, traction and stability control system, frontal and back park aid and a backup outer camera. Additionally, it is also equipped with back cross-traffic alert; blind spot monitoring program, automated brakes, forward-crash warning, and a lane veer off alert, crash-preparation and safety system. Nevertheless, the crash resistance testing are still furtive at this point but will be disseminated by the IIHS.

Behind the wheel, the SUV grants immense power, muscular sound plus a cruising position that seems to defy other vehicles on the road. Speed is not disputable owing to the potent 420-Horsepower V8 but this becomes observable when cornering. The driver’s comfort is excellent, with a bumpier ride, plusher seats and a sure-footed feel that elegant-SUV buyers seek.

If you are an enthusiast of the complete luxury SUV segment, at this juncture you should have made up your mind. With burly styling, humongous, thirsty V8 and an extensive footprint, gaining toehold is in the offing as its special buyers call this a “trove”. The standard base-level Escalade gives an endless list of SUV luxury extras.        

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