http://www.motortrend.com - Back in January, Cadillac announced it was launching a new subscription service called Book. For $1,500 a month, members would get access to Platinum-trim models like the Escalade and CT6, as well as the high-performance CTS-V and ATS-V.
https://www.kbb.com - A favorite of moms and moguls, the popular 2018 Cadillac Escalade is a full-size luxury SUV with big style, big V8 horsepower and seating for eight passengers. Available in two sizes, the full-size Escalade and the even larger Escalade ESV, Cadillac’s largest SUV competes with the Lincoln Navigator as well as the smaller Mercedes-Benz GLS and the mechanically similar GMC Yukon, Chevy Tahoe and Suburban.
http://www.chicagotribune.com - Getting the Cadillac of SUVs for an epic camping trip with seven other families over Labor Day weekend promised certain safeguards: We could help bring stuff other families couldn’t fit; we could sleep in it should inclement weather or creatures descend on our site; we wouldn’t need to make bathroom.
http://www.motortrend.com - New York–based Cadillac might portray itself as cool, edgy, and urban these days, but it can’t live without a vehicle whose DNA is deeply encoded with heartland perceptions and values. A vehicle that, like the hapless Cimarron, started life as a cynical corruption of a brand that once proclaimed itself “The Standard of the World.
http://www.carscoops.com - The Cadillac Escalade is one of the brand's most important models and a new report is indicating the next-generation SUV has been delayed by approximately six months.
http://blog.caranddriver.com - After a busy few years that included the launch of the ATS, the third-gen CTS, exciting V performance variants of both, a redesigned Escalade, a new XT5 crossover, and a new CT6 large sedan, Cadillac has gone quiet for a stretch. The only new product that has hit the streets since early 2016 is this plug-in-hybrid version of the not quite flagship CT6 sedan.
http://www.automobilemag.com - Lincoln is just now launching the third Navigator to be equipped with an independent rear suspension, and yet we’ve got a couple years before Cadillac finally responds with IRS and/or air suspension in its much-anticipated fifth-generation Escalade. Despite having most of the decade to develop the ’20 Escalade–the “all-new” 2015 model was more an evolutionary update of the ’07, hobbled by General Motors’ 2009 bankruptcy –it is rumored that company brass approved ditching the solid rear axle on its most profitable model late in the program.
https://www.autoblog.com - It's much more than a high-roof Cadillac Escalade.
http://www.autoguide.com - The aftermath of Hurricane Harvey is bringing together all sorts of people.
http://www.thecarconnection.com - A day in the life of most Cadillac Escalades starts with dropping the kids off at school followed by a visit to the local Starbucks watering hole, but these big brutes are well-suited to far more strenuous activities. While most of the Escalade's rivals feature car-like unibody construction for improved on-road dynamics and more interior space.