The 2002 Escalade comes fully equipped with many features that are still optional on the current Avalanche. It has some great features over and above a simialrly equipped Avalanche. They are rare so the color and trim that you want maybe hard to find.
*Traction and Handling - good for a vehicle of this size
*Interior quality despite being the older design
*Midgate & removable rear glass
There are a few niggling items that could be improved.
*Repeat Window Regulator failure (on mine anyway)
*Loose driver's seat (on mine anyway)
*Moderate drive train noise
*Cigarette lighters sockets that remain on after the ignition is off
*Slight fading of the hard panels of the Bed Cover
*Ultrasonic rear park sensors not good when reversing at an angle
Overall a good buy!
This is the second Escalade I bought and absolutely loved it. Escalades are absolutely reliable vehicles and I can wholeheartedly recommend them. Unfortunately, my son totaled my 2014 Escalade, but after a 4 month search I luckily found the very same Platinum and bought it last month. I will be an Escalade driver till I die!
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