Cadillac unveils next-generation Escalade SUV pricesApril 15, 2020
The American automaker has published a price list for its next-generation luxury full-size SUV, the Cadillac Escalade. New Cadillac Escalade 2021 costs a minimum of $ 76,195
Cadillac introduced the all-new Escalade more than two months ago, but only now we can find out how much a luxury SUV costs in its fifth generation. Basic equipment Luxury costs at least 76,195 dollars, which is 1,000 dollars than the “base” of the previous version of the model. If you choose this equipment and in addition to it to order an additional “package” Sport, the minimum price tag will rise to 85 595 dollars.
$ 85,695 costs the Escalade SUV in the Premium Luxury package with the Performance package, which includes options such as Magnetic Ride Control magnetic suspension, limited-slip electronic differential and trailer options. The latter includes a built-in brake controller, an assistant to assist in controlling the trailer, an accompanying application and a camera.
Keep in mind that all prices listed here are for rear-wheel drive SUV version.
In the case of the Escalade 2020 model year with AWD all-wheel drive, the increase in price costs an average of $ 3,000. Needless to say, the officially shown version of the SUV with an increased wheelbase – such a car will receive the ESV prefix, will be even more expensive.
In addition to the 6.2-liter standard V8 gasoline engine with 420 horsepower (623 Nm), Cadillac will also sell its flagship SUV with an additional 3.0-liter turbodiesel with 277 horsepower and the same torque as the V8. Being a diesel engine, torque will be available at 1,500 rpm, while with a gasoline engine, this can only be achieved at 4,100.
Sales of the Escalade 2021 are scheduled to begin at the end of this year, and mass production will be carried out at the GM concern in Texas (USA).
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