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The 2014 Cadillac Escalade is a full-size SUV that is favoured by politicians, celebrities, and high-profile executives. This vehicle will make you feel like a million bucks, and with a $100,000 price tag, you’re getting that feeling at 90% off! The Cadillac Escalade is the perfect SUV for you if you want power, safety, and only the best looks. Lets check out all the great features in this full-size SUV.

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What most people love about the 2014 Cadillac Escalade is that it is distinctly a Cadillac Escalade. The SUV is extremely recognizable with its large chrome grille, HID headlights, and always a favourite, 22-inch chrome wheels. This thing has presence, lots of it.

If you’ve ever been in the back of a limousine, the 2014 Cadillac Escalade is going to feel very familiar. Amenities include plush, heated leather club chairs, four DVD players, and the ability to even hook up a gaming console. This SUV is seriously a party on wheels.

The leather seats have some really nice stitching that add to the luxurious aura inside the car and are soft and comfortable. Leg and headroom are more than ample in the second row. However, the third row can get a little stuffy. We suggest keeping it for kids or smaller adults.

When you get behind the wheel of the 2014 Cadillac Escalade, this SUV will overwhelm your senses. Like a fine tailored suit, quality craftsmanship is everywhere. From the leather-wrapped dash, to the detailed stitching, to the wood grain finish, and even a beautiful analog clock to bring it all together in the centre console. With a vehicle of this stature, the list of features available truly goes on for days.

To be frank, there are a few luxuries we saw in the 2014 Cadillac Escalade that we have yet to see in competing models. This SUV has come a long way since being a rebadged Chevrolet Tahoe, yep, you read that right. Under the hook of the 2014 Escalade you get a 6.2-litre eight-cylinder engine which produces 403-horsepower. That’s power that you can’t find in too many luxury SUVs these days.

One important thing to consider is that the Escalade is near the end of its product life cycle which means that GM will be replacing it in the next few coming years.

The 2014 Cadillac Escalade is a luxury SUV that stomps on its competition. For the ultimate in the luxury and comfort, look no further, the Escalade Is here.

2014 Cadillac Escalade
Reviewed by Unhaggle on .
Rating: 8.6 / 10

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General Specs

Engine 6.2000 L
Horsepower @RPM403
Fuel TypeUnleaded
Body typeSUV
Number of Doors5
Drive Train4X4 Wheel Drive
Transmission TypeAutomatic
Power and Performance:

Thanks to a strong, responsive powertrain and somewhat athletic chassis tuning, you can almost forget that the 2014 Cadillac Escalade is one of the biggest, heaviest luxury SUVs--and one with truck roots, at that. With a rumbly muscle-car exhaust note, the huge 6.2-liter V-8 makes 403 horsepower and 417 pound-feet of torque, and it can propel this big ute to 60 mph in only about 6.5 seconds, even though it weighs almost 6,000 pounds. An abundance of low-end torque (great for towing) is key to that, along with a six-speed automatic transmission that performs as a willing companion.

Originally appeared on The Car Connection

Interiors and Special Features:

In either regular or ESV extended-length form, the 2014 Escalade can seat seven or eight passengers. The former setup is the standard form, with the second row consisting of two bucket seats. For families needing to carry up to eight, the second row can be fitted with a 60/40 folding bench seat. In standard-length Escalades, 3rd-row legroom is tight for adults. ESV models offer plenty more space, along with nearly three times the cargo capacity behind the 3rd-row seat. Whatever setup you choose, leather is the material of choice, with higher-end versions featuring more supple versions of it along with wood inlays.

Originally appeared on Kelley Blue Book

Safety features:

The full battery of crash tests haven't been conducted on the Escalade for many model years, and its traditional body-on-frame layout dates back to the 2007 model year. But it carries over five-star federal ratings for frontal and side tests--as well as a lot of mass.

Originally appeared on The Car Connection

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