Comfort, style, technology, drive, ride. -- all superior to any vehicle I have owned and I have owned over thirty cars/SUV/trucks.
2007 Cadillac EscaladeScoobyDon't - FL02/28/2012
I bought a used 2005 escalade 5 years ago and have driven it for 50K miles. I have a 2x2 and need a 4x4 so I am forced into buying another vehicle. I have looked at every vehicle it it's class, including new, and I am SO sad I have to give up my old escalade. I am spoiled now and nothing else can compare. However, as another reviewer wrote, I have had ongoing problems with the "skin" on both front and rear consoles as well as with the leather seats (cracking and peeling). The consoles and both front seats have been "reskinned" at the dealer four times and it's happening again. This is disappointing, to be sure, but it is the only problem I have had ... mechanical or otherwise. It's a comfy ride!!
I am not sure you want to publish my review. I bought my vehicle after driving it as well as looking at a clean Carfax. However, I had to get my car towed to a Cadillac Dealer. After further eval I found out that the vehicle had transmission work up a year prior to me having. That was not disclosed to me or on the
Carfax. I am having doubts that it was in an accident with work up undocumented. i will be taking it to an auto body shop.
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