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Customer Review Summary for 2007 Cadillac Escalade EXT
It was great when it came out now its outdated!!!
2007 Cadillac Escalade EXTMike S. - Lake Zurich, IL01/25/2016
It's a great truck if you like the chevy avalanche but want to be more classy. It's over all one of my best cars I have had. Only problem was transmission thank god it was covered on the warranty. They stopped making the EXT because production stopped on Avalanche and both sales were down for some time on both of these. But I'd rather buy a new Escalade as the EXT is outdated and you don't see many on the roads anymore.
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