2023 Cadillac Escalade Premium Luxury w/DriverAss.Tech Pkg

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Cadillac Escalade Details

L6, 3.0L; DOHC; Turbo
Crystal White Tricoat
23,549 Miles
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Premium Luxury w/DriverAss.Tech Pkg

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About This 2023 Cadillac Escalade

Vehicle Details
Introducing the 2023 Cadillac Escalade 4WD Premium Luxury, a statement of sophistication and power. With only 23,547 miles on the odometer, this well-maintained vehicle delivers a blend of cutting-edge technology and robust performance. Equipped with a potent L6, 3.0L engine, the Escalade ensures a smooth and dynamic driving experience, perfectly complemented by its advanced 4WD system that offers superior handling and stability on any terrain. Inside, the Escalade is a sanctuary of modern amenities designed to enhance every journey. Seamlessly integrate your devices with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, providing effortless access to navigation, music, and communication. The Hands-Free Bluetooth system allows for convenient and safe connectivity on the go, while the Back-Up Camera and Parking Assistance features offer added peace of mind, making maneuvering in tight spaces a breeze. The Premium Luxury trim ensures that every detail is crafted to the highest standard, from the plush seating to the state-of-the-art infotainment system. This Cadillac Escalade is not just a vehicle; it's an experience of unparalleled comfort and cutting-edge technology, setting a new standard of excellence in the luxury SUV market.

This unit stays safely in its lane with Lane Keep Assist. This unit offers Apple CarPlay for seamless connectivity. See what's behind you with the back up camera on this 2023 Cadillac Escalade . The installed navigation system will keep you on the right path. This 1/2 ton suv has a clean CARFAX vehicle history report. The leather seats in this unit are a must for buyers looking for comfort, durability, and style. It's Lane Departure Warning helps keep you in your lane. The vehicle features a hands-free Bluetooth phone system. The Cadillac Escalade offers Android Auto for seamless smartphone integration. Keep your hands warm all winter with a heated steering wheel in the Cadillac Escalade . This 2023 Cadillac Escalade has auto-adjust speed for safe following. The Cadillac Escalade's Parking Assistance makes parkign effortless with automated guidance and precision. Set the temperature exactly where you are most comfortable in this vehicle. The fan speed and temperature will automatically adjust to maintain your preferred zone climate.

Features & Options

  • Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smart device wireless mirroring
  • Enhanced Automatic Emergency Braking forward collision mitigation
  • Front Pedestrian Braking
  • Wi-Fi Hotspot capable mobile hotspot internet access
  • Rear camera with washer
  • Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning
  • Reverse Automatic Braking collision mitigation
  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Head-up display
  • Brake assist system
  • Cruise control with steering wheel mounted controls
  • Smart device and keyfob engine start control
  • Power liftgate rear cargo door
  • Ventilated driver and front passenger seats
  • Integrated navigation system with voice activation
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Heated driver and front passenger seats
  • Heated rear seats
  • Leather front seat upholstery
  • Primary monitor touchscreen
  • Removable third-row seats
  • First and second-row sliding and tilting glass sunroof with express open/close activation sunshade
  • Driver seat power reclining
  • lumbar support
  • cushion tilt
  • fore/aft control and height adjustable control
  • Part and full-time AWD
  • Duramax 3L I-6 diesel direct injection
  • DOHC
  • variable valve control
  • intercooled turbo
  • diesel
  • engine with 277HP
  • Front wireless smart device charging
  • Alexa Built-In virtual assistant
  • Teen Driver restricted driving mode
  • 360 degree traffic cameras
  • Smart key with hands-free access and push button start
  • Keyfob window control
  • HD Surround Vision aerial view camera
  • Front windshield solar coating
  • Enhanced Automatic Parking Assist 3.0 automated parking assistance
  • Automatic brake hold
  • Rear Camera Mirror video-feed rearview mirror
  • Vehicle tracker with vehicle slowdown
  • Bluetooth wireless audio streaming
  • Hitch Guidance back-up-to-hitch assist
  • Gage cluster display size: 14.20
  • Proximity cargo area access release
  • Front mounted camera
  • Right side camera
  • Left side camera
  • Augmented reality navigation system
  • Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert blind spot warning
  • Dual-zone front climate control
  • Rear climate control system with separate controls
  • Full gage cluster screen
  • IntelliBeam auto high-beam headlights
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2023 Cadillac Escalade-V Review

Outside of spotting an exotic supercar, the Escalade is the most ostentatious new vehicle on the road today. Its gargantuan size dominated by an aggressive grille can’t be mistaken nor ignored. See one coming and chances are you can construct an accurate portrayal of the driver – nouveau riche, flamboyant, politically pugnacious. But what to do when another Escalade shows up in the presto community? When simply keeping up with the Joneses isn’t cutting it you mock their bourgeois Escalade with a freshly minted Escalade-V, providing at least $40,000 worth of separation and a built-in V8 alarm clock.
Until now, Cadillac’s V-Series has always been reserved for its cars. First and foremost, V represents power and lots of it but also, on newer models like the CT4-V and CT5-V, it also personifies track-capable handling. Needless to say, this new Escalade-V is not cut out for Laguna Seca. At 6,217 pounds no V-Series specific calibration exists that is going to turn this 18-foot-long 7-seater into a track hero. So instead, Cadillac has focused on providing absurd amounts of power and an exhaust system that could wake the dead. Bolting on the brand’s largest supercharger to the standard 6.2-liter V8 results in the kind of thrust that even Dodge’s Durango SRT Hellcat can’t match. With 653 pound-feet of torque on tap the Escalade-V induces a rate of acceleration that seems insane for such a land yacht, so much so that it requires constant reminders that this isn’t a sport car. With this much fury in a luxury wrapper it’s easy to forget you’re essentially driving a very large truck, heavily relying on the exclusive six-piston Brembo front brakes for correction and a reality check. That being said, the Escalade-V manages its weight surprisingly well, and with the recently introduced independent rear suspension, exhibits refined ride and handling characteristics far beyond previous models. This 5th generation is clearly the Escalade’s most ambitious evolution and the best suited to wear the V moniker.
Other V-Series hardware includes Edge Red brake calipers, quad exhaust outlets, specifically tuned rear air springs and dampers and unique 22-inch wheels. On the software side a selectable V-Mode triggers performance drive settings, lowers the body by 0.8-inches and opens up the exhaust valves for the most raucous Escalade experience ever. Lighting its fuse via launch control is a sight to behold as the Escalade dramatically squats on its haunches, ripping its way to 60 MPH in under 4.4 seconds accompanied by a caustic exhaust note that cuts like a knife. Not only is it a decibel devil but let off the throttle or downshift with the paddle shifters and this thing bangs out flatus like grandpa after Thanksgiving dinner. Even at startup, the opening wail leaves no doubt as to whom on the cul-de-sac is leaving for work. Good thing there’s a stealth setting for less conspicuous getaways.
Over on the curved, ultra-high-definition screen parameters such as suspension settings, steering and brake pedal feel, engine sound, all-wheel drive distribution and engine performance can all be customized. In the relaxed Tour Mode, the Escalade-V is one of the quietest, most lavish SUVs ever created with supreme comfort throughout its three rows. Even in V-Mode with its senses on high alert this Escalade never crosses the line – Magnetic Ride Control makes certain of that. A uniquely-tuned 10-speed automatic transmission and a full-time, variable torque-split all-wheel drive system with a limited slip differential round out the V’s mechanicals. Bridgestone Alenza 22-inch luxury performance all-season tires lock in the grip. Towing is maxed at 7,000 pounds.
Visually, the V-Series changes are more subtle. There are special front and rear fascias and some surprisingly discrete V-Series badging, otherwise it takes a discerning car nerd to pick out one of these Escalades from a distance. The only option on my tester is the Radiant Red Tintcoat - a $1,225 upcharge paint color – leading to an MSRP of $153,815. That’s over $40,000 more than the next most expensive Escalade V8, the Sport Platinum trim. Making matters worse is the current retail environment that has some dealers tacking on market adjustments as high as $40,000 putting the actual transaction price over $200,000. Or maybe that’s just a badge of honor for some? Ditto for the 11 MPG city rating that’ll have owners pumping premium unleaded to the tune of $5,000 per year.
The Escalade has always had big presence from the outside and now it finally has that same wow factor inside. At the forefront is a massive, yet thin, organic LED wraparound display blending GM’s intuitive tech with cutting-edge, buzz-worthy features such as the 36-speaker AKG Studio Reference audio system powered by three amplifiers. Setting a new bar for in-car audio, it’s an absolute showstopper.
Other noteworthy goodies such as an augmented reality navigation system, night vision, and an amazing 360-degree camera ratchet up the extravagance. The front seats include massage programs, there’s a rearview camera mirror, wireless phone projection, and a very smart and modern rear seat entertainment system that facilitates sharing content from screen to screen as well as sending navigation suggestions to the driver; the kids will love this. And how about a refrigerated center console that also has a freezer setting? Pretty cool. Super Cruise hands-free highway driving is an option but with late availability.
The liftgate can be opened by pressing the Cadillac crest or with a kick of the foot and includes a separate button for the rear glass. There are power folding 2nd and 3rd row seats and remember; if you need even more room the ESV model provides an additional twenty cubic-feet of cargo room.
It takes a special kind of person who’s willing and capable of spending this kind of money on a 682-horsepower SUV – an iconic symbol of American excess. But those who choose to get to experience GM’s flagship body-on-frame SUV like never before.