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2017 Cadillac Escalade

2017 Cadillac Escalade Features

8.5/10

The 2017 Cadillac Escalade comes in two models one is the standard Escalade and the other is the Cadillac Escalade ESV (extended wheelbase). For this review, we will be covering the standard Escalade that comes in four trims i.e., base, Luxury, Premium Luxury, and Platinum. All four trims come with a V8 engine and RWD configuration as standard while 4WD is available for $3,000 extra. The base trim starts at $73,395, the Escalade Luxury trim costs $78,395, the Escalade Premium Luxury trim is priced at $82,895, and the Cadillac Platinum trim is priced at $92,195.

2017 Lincoln Navigator Side View

As standard, the 2017 Cadillac Escalade is loaded with features and that is expected for an SUV that starts at over seventy grands. For this year, the Escalade adds features like parallel and perpendicular park assist, rearview camera mirror, and rear-seat reminders. The major difference between the base and the higher trims are driver-assist features, upgraded leather upholstery, bigger wheels, 9-inch fold-down screen for the rear entertainment system, and a few more. 

Trim

Base

Luxury

Premium Luxury

Platinum

MSRP(RWD)

$73,395

$78,395

$82,895

$92,195

MSRP(4WD)

$76,395

$81,395

$85,895

$95,195

Key Features Full-LED headlampsAdds or upgrades to 'Base'Adds or upgrades to 'Luxury'Adds or upgrades to 'Premium Luxury'
 20-inch alloy wheels22-inch alloy wheelsLED cornering lampsPower-adjustable front seats w/ massage function
 Power-adjustable pedals w/ memory functionSunroofPower-retractable running boardLeather-wrapped instrument panel
 16-speaker BOSE surround sound systemAutomatic high beamAdaptive Cruise ControlCooled w/ covered storage
 8-inch touchscreen w/ CUE (Cadillac User Experience)Head-up displayElectric Parking BrakeSemi-aniline leather-trimmed first and second-row seats
 Leather-trimmed first and second-row seatsSecond-row bucket seatsFront and Rear Automatic BrakingMulan leather-trimmed third-row seats
 Heated and ventilated front seatsRearview camera mirror w/ camera washerRear seat entertainment system 
 Three-zone automatic climate controlLane Keep Assist w/ Lane Departure Warning  
 Auto-dimming inside rearview mirrorForward Collision Alert  
  Rear Cross-Traffic Alert  

We Recommend:

The Cadillac Escalade is a big SUV and piloting one can be a task, especially in tight city traffic. Keeping that in mind we suggest picking the Luxury trim that costs five grand extra over the base trim but adds a host of driver-assist features, more comfortable rear seats, rearview camera mirror, etc. These features make it a lot easier to live with this mammoth SUV without costing a bomb.

2017 Cadillac Escalade Engine and Performance

7.4/10

"Escalade has no problem accelerating to highway speeds or passing slower traffic. Throttle response is immediate, and the braking performance is reassuring and predictable." - Edmunds

2017 Cadillac Escalade Engine and Transmission

The 2017 Cadillac Escalade is powered by a 6.2-liter naturally aspirated V8 engine that churns out 420 hp and 460 lb-ft of gargantuan torque. All that power is channeled to the rear wheels via an 8-speed automatic gearbox. For a small premium over the base price, you can also upgrade to a 4WD configuration.

2017 Cadillac Escalade Engine Bay

The engine has a lot of grunt for a more than 5,500 pounds SUV and despite its heft, the V8 motor builds up speed very well. That said, the column shifter feels a little out of place inside a premium SUV that costs north of seventy grands. Although the gearbox does its job well and shifts smoothly, always keeping you in the powerband.

Models

2017 Cadillac Escalade

2017 Lincoln Navigator

2017 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class

2017 Land Rover Range Rover

MSRP

$73,395

$67,090

$68,700

$85,650

Engine

6.2-liter V8

3.5-liter twin-turbo V63.0-liter twin-turbo V63.0-liter supercharged V6

Transmission

8-speed automatic

6-speed automatic

9-speed automatic

8-speed automatic

Horsepower

420 hp @ 5600 rpm

380 hp @ 5250 rpm

362 hp @ 5500 rpm

340 hp @ 6500 rpm

Torque

460 lb-ft @ 4100 rpm

460 lb-ft @ 2750 rpm 

369 lb-ft @ 1700 rpm

332 lb-ft @ 3500 rpm

Except for the Range Rover that costs around $12,000 more than the Escalade, the rest of the SUVs are cheaper than it. The Escalade is the only SUV that comes with a naturally aspirated V8 engine while the rest of the rivals comes with a turbocharged or supercharged V6. None can match the power produced by the big V8 of the Escalade although the Lincoln Navigator churns out a similar 460 lb-ft of torque from its twin-turbo V6.

2017 Cadillac Escalade Acceleration

The V8-powered Cadillac Escalade is no slouch and goes from 0-60 mph in 5.7 seconds while it covers the quarter-mile in 14.2 seconds. Despite its above 5,500 pounds curb weight the Cadillac Escalade is quick to build pace and manages to remain the fastest SUV among its rivals.

Models

2017 Cadillac Escalade

2017 Lincoln Navigator

2017 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class

2017 Land Rover Range Rover

0-60 MPH

5.7 sec

5.9 sec

5.7 sec

6.3 sec

Quarter mile

14.2 sec

14.5

14.3 sec

14.8 sec

Engine

6.2-liter V8

3.5-liter twin-turbo V63.0-liter twin-turbo V63.0-liter supercharged V6

As for the rivals only the 362-hp, twin-turbo V6-powered Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 was able to match the 0-60 mp timing of the Escalade although it was one-tenth of a second slower than the Escalade to cover the quarter-mile. 

2017 Cadillac Escalade Ride and Handling

The Cadillac Escalade is based on a pick-up truck that surely rides harsh compared to its rivals, especially with the 22-inch alloy wheels that are standard from the Luxury trim. Although Cadillac has given the Magnetic Ride Control suspension system to mitigate the stiff ride quality, the same is not reflected in the real world. 

Being a voluptuous SUV, the Escalade is not particularly easy to handle but the high seating position and the commanding view do help in driving around town. The steering provides good feedback although it remains on the heavier side even at parking speeds. Due to its massive size, the Escalade exhibits a lot of body roll going around the corner and is best not driven hard around corners.

2017 Cadillac Escalade Braking

The 2017 Cadillac Escalade gets 17-inch rotors both at the front and the rear. The braking in the Escalade feels sure-footed and the 5,594 pounds SUV stops from 60-0 mph in just 127 feet. Although the Cadillac Escalade gets the biggest brake rotors among the rivals its heavier curb weight ensured that it took longer than the rivals to come to a halt.

Model

2017 Cadillac Escalade

2017 Lincoln Navigator

2017 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class

2017 Land Rover Range Rover

Brake Front (in.)

17.0

13.8

13.8

13.8

Brake Rear (in.)

17.0

13.8

13.6

13.8

Curb Weight (lbs.)

5,594

6,0695,3704,918

60-0 MPH (ft.)

127

132

111

117

The Lincoln Navigator is the heaviest SUV here and took the longest distance to stop from 60 mph, the Navigator took 5 feet more than the Escalade. The Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 that comes with the smallest brakes took the least 111 feet which is 16 feet less than what the Escalade took to brake from 60-0 mph.

2017 Cadillac Escalade Towing Capacity

The 2017 Cadillac Escalade powered by the 420 hp V8 engine has an 8,300 pounds of towing capacity for the RWD version. Due to the added weight of the 4WD, the Escalade 4WD can only tow up to 8,100 pounds. 

Model

2017 Cadillac Escalade

2017 Lincoln Navigator

2017 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class

2017 Land Rover Range Rover

Towing Capacity(lbs)

8,300

9,000

7,500

7,716

Among the rivals, the Lincoln Navigator has the highest towing capacity and it can tow 700 pounds more than the Escalade while the Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 has the lowest towing capacity among all.

2017 Cadillac Escalade Fuel Economy

5.0/10

The V8-powered RWD Cadillac Escalade has an EPA estimated gas mileage of 15 mpg in the city, 22 mpg on the highway, and 17 mpg combined. With the 4WD configuration, the highway gas mileage takes a two mpg hit. Even though it is a heavy SUV that is powered by a big V8 the gas mileage is respectable for the most part. Cadillac has given the Escalade a big 26-gallon fuel tank so that you can go on long drives without worrying about frequent gas stops.

Model

2017 Cadillac Escalade

2017 Lincoln Navigator

2017 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class

2017 Land Rover Range Rover

MPG (city)

15

15

17

17

MPG (highway)

22

20

22

23

MPG (combined)

17

17

19

19

Fuel Capacity (gal.)26.028.026.422.5
Range (city/highway/combined) (miles)390/ 572/ 442420/ 560/ 476449/ 581/ 502383/ 518/ 427

Weighing under 5,000 pounds the Range Rover is the lightest SUV among all and thus delivers the highest gas mileage. Compared to the Escalade the Range Rover returns 2 mpg more in the city and 1 mpg more on the highway. The Lincoln Navigator is heavier than the Escalade but its efficient V6 engine manages to return a similar gas mileage as the Escalade 4WD. 

2017 Cadillac Escalade Interior

8.0/10

"As big as the Cadillac might seem on the outside, it's surprising that the interior doesn't feel extraordinarily spacious. "- Edmunds

2017 Cadillac Escalade Seating and Comfort

The Cadillac Escalade interior uses a generous dose of high-quality material and top-notch craftsmanship. The overall layout of the dash is simple while the tumbler-shaped center console looks busy. The column-mounted gear-shifter although looks odd it does free up a lot of space in the center and below the dash. As standard, the first two rows get leather-trimmed seats while the Platinum trim gets semi-aniline leather-trimmed seats for the first two rows. The Cadillac Escalade comes with seating for either 7 with second-row bucket seats or 8 passengers with second-row bench seats.

2017 Cadillac Escalade Dashboard

Irrespective of the trim you choose, the Escalade's seats offer a good amount of comfort and support. The seats are well-padded and the front seats offer 12-way adjustment and 4-way power lumbar control. The front seats also offer heating and ventilation and can sense the ambient condition to automatically heat or cool the seats to ensure optimum comfort. The first two rows as evident from the big dimension offer a generous amount of head, shoulder, and legroom but the third row feels cramped. 

Model

2017 Cadillac Escalade

2017 Lincoln Navigator

2017 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class

2017 Land Rover Range Rover

Passenger capacity

7

7

7

5

Front (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

39.7/ 64.9/ 45.3

39.5/ 63.3/ 43.0

41.2/ 58.5/ 40.3

39.3/ 60.7/ 42.5

Second (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

38.7/ 64.4/ 39.0

39.7/ 63.7/ 39.1

40.0/ 58.3/ 38.5

39.2/ 59.4/ 40.2

Third(Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

38.1/ 62.6/ 24.8

37.6/ 51.9/ 37.7

38.9/ 50.5/ 35.0

N/A

Except for the Range Rover that comes with only two-row seats all the other SUVs here offer three-row seats. Among them, the Lincoln Navigator which is the longest SUV among all has the most spacious cabin. The Navigator offers class-leading legroom in all three rows while the Escalade comes with better shoulder room among all courtesy of its more than 80-inches of width. 

2017 Cadillac Escalade Infotainment System

The 2017 Cadillac Escalade infotainment system is an 8-inch full-color LCD touchscreen that runs on the Cadillac User Experience (CUE) interface. The CUE infotainment system is loaded with features and is easy to use courtesy of the physical control as the touchscreen is a bit laggy and could be a task to operate while on the move. Costing upwards of $70,000 Cadillac has offered a 16-speaker BOSE surround sound system, Bluetooth, CD/MP3 player, Teen Driver Setting, OnStar services, navigation, etc right from the base trim.

2017 Cadillac Escalade Infotainment

Opting for the Premium Luxury trim gets you a rear entertainment system that comes with a 9-inch fold-down screen, 2 wireless headphones, and 2 USB ports, the same is available as an option on the Luxury trim. The top of the line Platinum trim replaces the fold-down screen with two 7-inch screens located on the backside of the front seat headrests. 

Interior Features

  • Heated and cooled front seats
  • Heated rear seats
  • Power-adjustable front seats
  • Tri-zone climate control
  • Available rear camera mirror
  • Available second-row bucket seats w/ power-release fold-and-tumble
  • Available leather-wrapped instrument panel

2017 Cadillac Escalade Cargo Capacity

The 203.9-inches long Cadillac Escalade offers only 15.2 cubic feet of cargo space with all the seats up. The same can be increased to 51.6 cubic feet by folding down the third-row seats and goes up to a maximum of 94.2 cubic feet with all the seats folded. The cargo space on offer isn't the best on the Escalade even though it is the second-longest SUV among the rivals.

Model

2017 Cadillac Escalade

2017 Lincoln Navigator

2017 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class

2017 Land Rover Range Rover

Cargo Volume behind 1st row (ft.3)

94.2

103.3

93.8

71.7

Cargo Volume behind 2nd row (ft.3)

51.6

54.4

49.4

32.1

Cargo Volume behind 3rd row (ft.3)

15.2

18.1

16.0

NA

Speaking of the rivals, the Lincoln Navigator is the longest SUV and that reflects in it having around 2.9 cubic feet of more cargo space behind the third row compared to the Escalade. While as we go to the cargo space behind the second and first row the gap widens to 2.8 cubic feet and 9.1 cubic feet respectively. 

2017 Cadillac Escalade Exterior

8.0/10

The 2017 Cadillac Escalade is a big SUV with a tremendous road presence measuring 203.9-inches in length with 116-inches between the front and rear wheels. The Escalade was last redesigned in 2015 and design-wise it was already way ahead of its time, so Cadillac hasn't felt the need to update the exterior. The huge chrome-tipped cascading grille, jeweled-like swept-back LED headlights, and L-shaped fog lamps together compose the front fascia.

2017 Cadillac Escalade Angular Front

The rear profile will make you aware of the 74.4-inches height and 8.0-inches ground clearance of the Escalade while the big square wheel arches are filled with 20-inch alloy wheels. Moving to the rear you get full-length vertically-stacked LED taillights with a big rear glass. That said, the Escalade is based on a truck and due to that, you have a higher than usual boot lid.

Model

2017 Cadillac Escalade

2017 Lincoln Navigator

2017 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class

2017 Land Rover Range Rover

Curb weight (lbs.)

5,594

6,0695,370

4,918

Length(in)

203.9

207.4

201.6

196.8

Width(in)

80.5

78.8

84.3

81.6

Height(in)

74.4

78.1

72.8

72.2

Ground clearance (in)

8.0

8.1

8.5

8.7

Wheelbase (in)

116.0

119.0

121.1

115.0

Dimensionwise none of the SUVs are a match to Lincoln Navigator's massive length and height. Compared to the Navigator, the Escalade is 3.5-inches smaller and 3.7-inches shorter. The Mercedes-Benz GLE 450 is the widest and has the longest wheelbase while the Range Rover has the highest ground clearance among all which is 0.7-inches more than Escalade's ground clearance. Compared to the Mercedes-Benz GLE 450, the Escalade is 3.8-inches less wide and has a 5.1-inches shorter wheelbase.

2017 Cadillac Escalade Angular Rear

Exterior Features:

  • Active aero grille shutter
  • Side steps
  • Hands-free power tailgate
  • Available Sunroof
  • Available 22-inch alloy wheels

2017 Cadillac Escalade Safety

7.5/10

The 2017 Cadillac Escalade faired decently in the crash test carried out by the NHTSA while the IIHS is yet to crash-test it. The NHTSA gave the 2017 Escalade an overall rating of four out of five stars. The NHTSA rated the front crash test of Escalade at four stars, the side crash test at five stars, and the rollover mitigation was given three out of five stars. Although we feel the higher trims that are equipped with advanced driver-assist features and better front crash avoidance systems will score higher ratings in the crash test.

Safety features

  • Front and rear park assists
  • Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
  • Traction Control System (TCS)
  • Stabiltrak Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
  • Available Adaptive cruise control
  • Available Blind-zone alert
  • Available Lane keep assist w/ lane departure warning
  • Available automatic high beam

2017 Cadillac Escalade Competition

2017 Cadillac Escalade vs 2017 Lincoln Navigator

The 2017 Lincoln Navigator is the arch-rival of the Cadillac Escalade and costs around six grand less than it. The Cadillac Escalade comes with a more powerful V8 engine that helps it beat the twin-turbo V6-powered Navigator in both the 0-60 mph and quarter-mile runs.

2017 Lincoln Navigator Front

But that's where the Navigator starts to outweigh the Escalade by offering more towing capacity, a spacious cabin, and bigger cargo space. Being a full-size SUV space, practicality, and towing capacity are the prime concerns of the buyers and in all these parameters the Navigator beats the Escalade by a margin.

2017 Cadillac Escalade vs 2017 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class

The 2017 Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 that costs five grand less than the Cadillac Escalade is no match in terms of road presence and sheer size of the Escalade. The GLS 450 is powered by a twin-turbo V6 which puts out far less power and torque figures but helps it match the 0-60 mph timing of the Escalade courtesy of the lower curb weight of the GLS 450. The GLS 450 has better stopping power and is more fuel-efficient than the Escalade.

2017 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class

That's not all, when you come inside the GLS 450, it may not be that generous in terms of legroom in the first two rows compared to the Escalade but it does have a spacious third-row and similar cargo capacity. Even when it is shorter in length compared to the Escalade. Coming to the dimension, the GLS 450 may not be as imposing as the Escalade but it remains easier to drive in the urban traffic compared to the mammoth Escalade.

2017 Cadillac Escalade Final Verdict

The 2017 Cadillac Escalade lives on the idea of being big, bold, and beautiful. The Escalade has a tremendous road presence, a powerful V8 engine under its hood, and decent gas mileage numbers. If you consider only the first two rows then you can say the Escalade is a spacious SUV but move to the third row and you would realize why we can't say it has a spacious cabin overall. Another complaint with the Escalade is its smaller cargo space behind the third row even when it is more than 200-inches long. But a typical Escalade buyer is for the most part smitten by the plush cabin, the massive road presence, commanding view of the road, and a big fat V8 engine. So if you fall In that category then the Escalade is a perfect match for you otherwise you are better of with either the Lincoln Navigator or the Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class. 

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2017 Cadillac Escalade FAQs

What is the 2017 Cadillac Escalade's towing capacity?

The 2017 Escalade RWD can tow up to 8,300 pounds while the Escalade 4WD can tow up to 8,100 pounds.

What is the price of the 2017 Cadillac Escalade Platinum trim?

The 2017 Cadillac Escalade Platinum trim starts at $92,195.

What is the gas mileage of the 2017 Cadillac Escalade?

The 2017 Cadillac Escalade returns 15 mpg in the city and 22 mpg on the highway.

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The Cadillac Escalade isn’t exactly slow, with a 0 to 60 miles-per-hour time of about six seconds. But Texan tuner Hennessey Performance thought it a good idea to make the hulking, near-6000 pound (2700 kilograms) SUV go faster. A lot faster. By giving it more than 800 horsepower (597 kilowatts).

The HPE800 package isn’t so much an upgrade, as an entirely new engine. The Escalade’s standard, 6.2-liter V8 Vortex engine is swapped out for a 6.8-liter stroker motor to which is added a hydraulic roller camshaft, forged aluminium pistons, billet steel connecting rods, ported cylinder head, high-flow air intake, HPE engine management system, and an awful lot more besides. Then the whole lot is topped off with an enormous 2.9-liter Whipple supercharger running 10 pounds-per-square-inch of boost.  

The result is an immense 842 hp (629 kW) and 855 pound-feet (1159 Newton meters) of torque at the flywheel, 637 hp (475 kW) and 644 lb/ft (873 Nm) at the wheels. A standard Escalade makes do with just 420 hp (313 kW) and 460 lb/ft (623 Nm).

The effect on acceleration is, erm, profound. Hennessey quotes a 0 to 60 mph time of just 3.9 seconds - two seconds faster than the standard car and about as quick as a Porsche 718 Cayman S. The quarter-mile sprint is dispatched in 12.3 seconds at 112 mph.

As you can see in the video above, an Escalade launching off the line that quickly is an awesome sight. There's a slight pause as it gathers its skirts, but then it just jumps off into the distance. And it makes a deliciously hard-edged, angry growl through the bazooka-sized exhaust.

Hennessey also does a range of suspension and brake upgrades for the Escalade, which are probably advisable when adding this much power to a car the size and weight of a small moon. But even then, this a car that will probably be at its best going in a perfectly straight line.

The HPE800 package can also be applied to the GMC Yukon Denali. 

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Overview: Read the specs for the gargantuan 2017 Cadillac Escalade ESV, and you may confuse it with a 1966 Cadillac Eldorado. Both measure a smidge over 224 inches long, both feature body-on-frame construction, and both feed (lots of) fuel to a pushrod V-8 engine. Compared to the Eldo’s 340-hp (SAE gross rating) 7.0-liter iron-block lump, however, the ’Slade’s aluminum-block 6.2-liter V-8 makes an additional 80 horsepower and boasts now ubiquitous engine technologies such as direct injection, cylinder deactivation, and variable valve timing.

Still, like that ’66 Caddy, the Escalade makes a big statement, whether we’re talking about the standard-length version or the 20.4-inch-longer Escalade ESV, which rides on a wheelbase stretched an additional 14.0 inches. The ESV provides an expansive 39 cubic feet of space behind its third row, while the stubbier Escalade offers a mere 15 cubes behind its rearmost row—four fewer than what you’ll find beneath the trunklid of the Chevrolet Impala. The ESV’s long wheelbase also allows passengers in its standard third row to sit more comfortably, as there’s 34.5 inches of rear legroom, 9.7 more than those unfortunates stuffed into the shorter Escalade’s rearmost seats will get.

Both the Escalade and the $3000-pricier ESV are available in four trims: base, Luxury, Premium Luxury, and Platinum. Rear-wheel drive is standard throughout the lineup; all-wheel-drive models cost an extra $3000. For this review, we drove an Escalade Premium Luxury with a base price of $84,090. Thanks to a handful of options such as a $595 coat of Dark Adriatic Blue Metallic paint, $1750 for power-retractable running boards, $2000 in Kona Brown leather seats, $2695 for the dealer-installed Radiant package (special 22-inch wheels, chrome exhaust tip, and a more garish grille), and $3000 for all-wheel drive, the as-tested price swelled to $94,130.

What’s New: The Escalade and ESV see a smattering of changes for 2017. Superficially, Cadillac renamed some trim levels. Last year’s Luxury Collection and Premium Collection are this year’s Luxury and Premium Luxury. Of more substance is the addition of Cadillac’s rearview-mirror camera system on the Luxury, Premium Luxury, and Platinum trims. With a flip of a switch, the reflective rearview mirror displays a video feed from a camera mounted at the rear of the SUV, virtually eliminating blind spots caused by pillars, headrests, and the like. Other new items include an automatic parking system that can steer the Escalade into a parallel or perpendicular parking space, the addition of automated emergency braking to the Luxury trim’s list of standard features, and a new 22-inch wheel design.

What We Like: Despite weighing well over two and a half tons, the Escalade doesn’t struggle to build speed. We’ve yet to strap our test equipment to the ESV, but a regular Escalade Platinum ran from zero to 60 mph in 5.8 seconds, 0.4 second quicker than the Infiniti QX80, 0.7 second quicker than the Lincoln Navigator, and 1.4 seconds ahead of the Lexus LX570. The Escalade and Escalade ESV are able haulers, capable of towing up to 8300 pounds (8100 for the ESV), be it a boat, a camper, or a track-prepped Acura Integra. Finally, there’s no denying the Escalade’s immense visual presence—a quality we’d imagine sits high on the wish lists of buyers in this vehicle segment.

What We Don’t Like: While the Escalade is equipped with Cadillac’s magnetorheological dampers, which should improve ride quality, we’ve found that the Escalade still suffers from a rather harsh ride, especially when wearing the 22-inch wheels and tires that come standard on Luxury, Premium Luxury, and Platinum models. Additionally, Cadillac’s CUE touchscreen infotainment system continues to be a thorn in the Escalade’s side. Although it is somewhat improved over earlier versions, we still prefer the HVAC and infotainment setups found in the Escalade’s siblings from Chevrolet and GMC, which use knobs and physical buttons rather than CUE’s capacitive proximity-sensing switches. Finally, the cabin’s overabundance of General Motors parts-bin switchgear is disappointing in a vehicle of this price.

Verdict: Flashy and iconic, but we’d save $7330 and buy a GMC Yukon Denali instead.

Specifications

VEHICLE TYPE: front-engine, rear- or rear-/all-wheel-drive, 7- or 8-passenger, 4-door hatchback

BASE PRICES: Escalade, $74,590-$96,390;
Escalade ESV, $77,590-$99,390

ENGINE TYPE: pushrod 16-valve V-8, aluminum block and heads, direct fuel injection

Displacement: 376 cu in, 6162 cc
Power: 420 hp @ 5600 rpm
Torque: 460 lb-ft @ 4100 rpm

TRANSMISSION: 8-speed automatic with manual shifting mode

DIMENSIONS:
Wheelbase: 116.0-130.0 in
Length: 203.9-224.3 in
Width: 80.5 in Height: 74.0-74.4 in
Passenger volume: 163-180 cu ft
Cargo volume: 15-39 cu ft
Curb weight (C/D est): 5600-6100 lb

FUEL ECONOMY:
EPA combined/city/highway driving: 17/15/20-22 mpg

C/D TEST RESULTS FOR:
2016 Cadillac Escalade Platinum
Zero to 60 mph: 5.8 sec
Zero to 100 mph: 14.8 sec
Zero to 110 mph: 19.0 sec
Rolling start, 5-60 mph: 6.3 sec
Top gear, 30-50 mph: 3.2 sec
Top gear, 50-70 mph: 4.1 sec
Standing ¼-mile: 14.3 sec @ 98 mph
Top speed (governor limited): 112 mph
Braking, 70-0 mph: 202 ft
Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 0.73 g
Curb weight: 5882 lb
C/D observed fuel economy: 15 mpg


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2021 Cadillac Escalade 0-60 Times

2021 Cadillac Escalade 0-60 Times
Trim0-60 times, 1/4 mile
Luxury 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., intercooled turbo, 5635lbs Weight, 15 City / 20 Hwy mpg, DuraLife 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 10-spd transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 0
Luxury 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., intercooled turbo, 5823lbs Weight, 14 City / 19 Hwy mpg, DuraLife 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 10-spd transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 0
Premium Luxury 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., intercooled turbo, 5635lbs Weight, 15 City / 20 Hwy mpg, DuraLife 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 10-spd transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 0
Premium Luxury 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., intercooled turbo, 5823lbs Weight, 14 City / 19 Hwy mpg, DuraLife 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 10-spd transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 0
Sport 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., intercooled turbo, 5635lbs Weight, 15 City / 20 Hwy mpg, DuraLife 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 10-spd transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 0
Sport 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., intercooled turbo, 5823lbs Weight, 14 City / 19 Hwy mpg, DuraLife 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 10-spd transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 0
Sport Platinum 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., intercooled turbo, 5635lbs Weight, 15 City / 20 Hwy mpg, DuraLife 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 10-spd transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 0
Sport Platinum 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., intercooled turbo, 5823lbs Weight, 14 City / 19 Hwy mpg, DuraLife 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 10-spd transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 0
Premium Luxury Platinum 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., intercooled turbo, 5635lbs Weight, 15 City / 20 Hwy mpg, DuraLife 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 10-spd transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 0
Premium Luxury Platinum 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., intercooled turbo, 5823lbs Weight, 14 City / 19 Hwy mpg, DuraLife 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 10-spd transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 0

2020 Cadillac Escalade 0-60 Times

2020 Cadillac Escalade 0-60 Times
Trim0-60 times, 1/4 mile
Base 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5856lbs Weight, 14 City / 21 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6 sec, 14.5 @ 96
Luxury 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5856lbs Weight, 14 City / 21 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6 sec, 14.5 @ 96
Premium Luxury 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5856lbs Weight, 14 City / 21 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6 sec, 14.5 @ 96
Platinum 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5856lbs Weight, 14 City / 21 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6 sec, 14.5 @ 96
Base 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5578lbs Weight, 14 City / 23 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 92
Luxury 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5578lbs Weight, 14 City / 23 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 93
Premium Luxury 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5578lbs Weight, 14 City / 23 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 93
Platinum 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5578lbs Weight, 14 City / 23 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 93

2019 Cadillac Escalade 0-60 Times

2019 Cadillac Escalade 0-60 Times
Trim0-60 times, 1/4 mile
Base 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5856lbs Weight, 14 City / 21 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6 sec, 14.5 @ 96
Luxury 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5856lbs Weight, 14 City / 21 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6 sec, 14.5 @ 96
Premium Luxury 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5856lbs Weight, 14 City / 21 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6 sec, 14.5 @ 96
Platinum 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5856lbs Weight, 14 City / 21 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6 sec, 14.5 @ 96
Base 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5578lbs Weight, 14 City / 23 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 92
Luxury 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5578lbs Weight, 14 City / 23 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 93
Premium Luxury 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5578lbs Weight, 14 City / 23 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 93
Platinum 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5578lbs Weight, 14 City / 23 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 93

2018 Cadillac Escalade 0-60 Times

2018 Cadillac Escalade 0-60 Times
Trim0-60 times, 1/4 mile
Base 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5856lbs Weight, 14 City / 21 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6 sec, 14.5 @ 96
Luxury 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5856lbs Weight, 14 City / 21 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6 sec, 14.5 @ 96
Premium Luxury 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5856lbs Weight, 14 City / 21 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6 sec, 14.5 @ 96
Platinum 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5856lbs Weight, 14 City / 21 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6 sec, 14.5 @ 96
Base 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5578lbs Weight, 14 City / 23 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 92
Luxury 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5578lbs Weight, 14 City / 23 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 93
Premium Luxury 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5578lbs Weight, 14 City / 23 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 93
Platinum 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5578lbs Weight, 14 City / 23 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 10-spd auto transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 93

2017 Cadillac Escalade 0-60 Times

2017 Cadillac Escalade 0-60 Times
Trim0-60 times, 1/4 mile
Base 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5785lbs Weight, 15 City / 20 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 8-spd auto transmission
6 sec, 14.5 @ 96
Luxury 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5785lbs Weight, 15 City / 20 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 8-spd auto transmission
6 sec, 14.5 @ 96
Premium Luxury 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5785lbs Weight, 15 City / 20 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 8-spd auto transmission
6 sec, 14.5 @ 96
Platinum 4x4
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5785lbs Weight, 15 City / 20 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, four-wheel, 8-spd auto transmission
6 sec, 14.5 @ 96
Base 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5521lbs Weight, 15 City / 22 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 8-spd auto transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 92
Luxury 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5521lbs Weight, 15 City / 22 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 8-spd auto transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 93
Premium Luxury 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5521lbs Weight, 15 City / 22 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 8-spd auto transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 93
Platinum 4x2
420 Hp, 460 Lb-Ft., 5521lbs Weight, 15 City / 22 Hwy mpg, 4-wheel disc, rear-wheel, 8-spd auto transmission
6.3 sec, 14.8 @ 93

Cadillac Escalade 0-60 Times

Year of a Model0-60 times1/4 mile times
2021

6.3 sec

14.8 @ 0 mph
2020

6 - 6.3 sec

14.5 @ 96 - 14.8 @ 92 mph
2019

6 - 6.3 sec

14.5 @ 96 - 14.8 @ 92 mph
2018

6 - 6.3 sec

14.5 @ 96 - 14.8 @ 92 mph
2017

6 - 6.3 sec

14.5 @ 96 - 14.8 @ 92 mph
2016

6 - 6.3 sec

14.5 @ 99 - 14.8 @ 93 mph
2015

6.1 - 6.2 sec

14.5 @ 99 - 14.6 @ 97 mph
2014

6.3 - 6.7 sec

14.9 @ 92 - 15.2 @ 91 mph
2013

6.3 - 6.7 sec

14.9 @ 92 - 15.2 @ 91 mph
2012

6.3 - 6.7 sec

14.9 @ 92 - 15.2 @ 91 mph
2011

6.3 - 6.7 sec

14.9 @ 92 - 15.2 @ 91 mph
2010

6.3 - 6.7 sec

14.9 @ 92 - 15.2 @ 91 mph
2009

6.3 - 6.7 sec

14.9 @ 92 - 15.2 @ 91 mph
2008

6.3 - 6.7 sec

14.8 @ 92 - 15.2 @ 91 mph
2007

6.3 - 6.7 sec

14.8 @ 92 - 15.2 @ 91 mph
2006

7 - 7.9 sec

15 @ 93 - 15.8 @ 92 mph
2005

7 - 8 sec

15 @ 92 - 15.8 @ 92 mph
2004

7 - 8.6 sec

15 @ 92 - 16.3 @ 88 mph
2003

7.1 - 8.8 sec

15.1 @ 91 - 16.4 @ 87 mph
2002

7 - 8.2 sec

15.7 @ 0 - 17 @ 0 mph
2000

8.7 sec

17.4 @ 0 mph
1999

8.7 sec

17.4 @ 0 mph

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The 2018 Cadillac Escalade is a true definition of luxury. Based on GM’s SUV platform, the Escalade comes on top of the Yukon and Tahoe twins. There’s more power, more standard qualities, more style and more optional features.
The latest Escalade packs a 6.2-litre V8 that churns 420 hp and a stunning 460 lb-ft of torque. The all-new 10-speed automatic transmission comes with an EPA estimate of 14/23 mpg highway fuel economy. This is with the rear-wheel drive. On four-wheel drive, the measurement hits 14/21 mpg. There’s an extended-wheel version - the ESV - that comes with an additional 14-inch wheelbase, third row and cargo area. The 2015 Platinum (4WD) hits the 60mph mark in just 5.9 seconds and requires braking distance of about 133 feet from 60mph. It’s towing capacity ranges between 7,900 and 8300 pounds.

Despite weighing more than 2.5 tons, the latest Escalade Platinum gets from 0-60mph in 5.8 seconds. This is 0.7 seconds, 0.4 seconds and 1.4 seconds quicker than the Lincoln Navigator, Infiniti QX80 and Lexus LX 570 respectively. The Escalade ESV and its brother, the Escalade, can tow up to 8100 pounds (8300 for the Escalade). This could be a camper, a track-prepped Acura Integra or a boat. When it comes to visual impression, the Escalade speaks for itself.
Since 1966, Cadillac has always offered more style than we could ever ask for. It makes a big statement, whether you choose the standard length or the one with the longer wheel-base. The ESV comes with 39 cubic feet of space in its trunk. The Escalade offers only 15 cubic feet. The ESV also shines by offering third-row passengers better legroom, of up to 34.5 inches.

The Cadillac Escalade comes equipped with standard features such as an 8.0-inch screen, Magnetic Ride Control, 16-speaker Bose Centerpoint surround sound audio system, Cadillac’s CUE infotainment system, heavy-duty towing package, five USB ports, leather upholstery, OnStar with Wi-Fi hotspot and 4G LTE, LED head and taillights, heated steering wheel, hands-free liftgate, interior ambient lighting, cooled and heated 12-way power front seats and 20-inch chrome wheels.

The Radiant package adds a polished exhaust tip, silver Galvano surround grille and 22-inch split-spoke chrome wheels. The Platinum trim will have Cadillac customers enjoying some of the most luxurious features available. These include 22-inch premium wheels, two 7.0-inch rear screens, premium floor mats, Mulan leather for the third-row seats and Semi-Aniline for the first two rows, center console cooler, leather-wrapped console, upper door trim and instrument panel, illuminated Platinum door sills, power-retractable running boards,  18-way power adjustable front massaging seats and sueded-microfiber door pillar and headliner trim.

The latest Escalade is one of the fastest full-size SUVs on the market today. The bigger version hits 60mph in 6.1 seconds with the shorter wheel-based doing under 6. It’s intimidating, handsome, spacious, luxurious, comfortable and handles impressively for such a huge truck. It looks like a huge chunk of cash and every model picks up from where the last one left.


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2019 Cadillac Escalade 0-60

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