In what seems like a rare occurrence these days, General Motors won't be offering consumers a break on the price of its all-new 2007 Cadillac Escalades. GM says that the great value of the vehicles makes the cost worth it -- extra options, the new designs, and the new 403-hp 6.2L V8 in the all-wheel drive models make them worth every penny, according to the automaker.

The all-wheel drive EXT starts at last year's price of $59,680 including destination, the standard Escalade with all-wheel drive is $57,280, the standard Escalade with 2WD will be $54,725 when it hits dealer lots in August, and the asking price for the AWD EXT pickup, available in May, will be $54,210.



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