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!
2008 Cadillac EscaladeGrowing Family - Westchester County, NY03/28/2011
With the recent additon of our third child, we originally considered squeezing into our 2000 Escalade but, while doable, decided everyone would be happier - and the driver saner and safer! - with more elbow room. The plusses include the folding second row bucket seats (we leave driver side bucket folded for easy access to the third row), the built in DVD player and easy to manage climate control system. The minuses include the cumbersome DVD/CD functionality (random CD selection per CD, cannot select across several CDs), the upholstery stitching is attractive but too easy to catch on, the fuel consumption is awful (which we knew but gas prices went up the first week we had the vehicle!) . Overall, we're very happy with the car and appreciate the fact that we have space (i.e. for diaper changes, comfort on long trips, to hang out/do homework in between pick ups, etc.).
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