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Customer Review Summary for Cadillac Escalade
2007 Cadillac EscaladeYetta - Virginia10/29/2012
I really like the escalade.... That's all I will buy from now on!! My next one will be the 2013-2014!!!! I have three boys and they love the space and the t.v......
Will NEVER buy another one
2007 Cadillac EscaladeReal Talk - Plano, TX03/08/2011
I own one of these. All I can say about this vheicle is BE READY TO GET RID OF IT ONCE YOUR WARRANTY EXPIRES! This status symbol is ALL LOOKS and NO Value. I purchased one thinking I was going to keep it forever..but it has literally been in and out of the shop at least 7 times for everything from starting issues...odom stopped working.. front end castor bolt coming loose.... AC actuator went out TWICE (2 summers in a row) ..and center console started to peel because of a bad batch of paint during manufacturing. Google these issues, you will see they are very common in Cadillacs...especially the electrical and intermittent starting issues. My problems started just a few months after purchase. What's sad is a lot of the issues are known defects that the buyer is not made aware of by the manufacturer. Please do your homework on these first. Talk to some other owners and honest mechanics. You will see. Thank God for the manufactures warranty and the additional extended warranty I purchased. If not, I would be out of thousands of dollars! I've got to be honest..Cadillac makes some hot looking vehicles but they are NOT worth the hassle or the money. BUYER BEWARE!!
2002 Cadillac Escaladealex - elk grove .ca11/18/2008
i love my ext cadillac it looks good its a 2002 and i had no probems at all and very thing about the tuck works great
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