It is the idea luxury SUV. Me and my wife love our Escalade especially when she let me drive it. I will probably own one for life. The Escalade is worth waiting for.
2006 Cadillac EscaladeTed - Tampa, FL12/05/2009
The 2006 Escalade is a fantastic luxury SUV. The ride is smooth, like floating on a cloud, even over bumpier roads. The interior is well appointed, roomy and quiet. I've never owned a SUV prior to this and I was surprised to find how car-like the handling is for a vehicle this size. The acceleration is quick and handling and braking are more than adequate.
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