2004 Cadillac Escalade

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$52,635 - $55,535
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Engine Engine 5.3LV-8
MPG MPG 14 City / 18 Hwy
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2004 Escalade Overview

The Escalade has led the way in the re-emergence of Cadillac as a world-class luxury brand.Its sharp, chiseled styling makes a strong statement and the bold looks are backed by lots of power and GM's latest technology.

The Escalade nameplate includes three dramatically different though distinctly similar models: The standard Escalade is a full-size SUV, the same size as the Tahoe.The Escalade ESV is a Suburban-sized model.The Escalade EXT is Cadillac's interpretation of the Avalanche, a brilliantly executed sport-utility truck that can quickly be converted from pickup truck to luxury SUV through the use of GM's innovative mid-gate.All three feature a high-performance 6.0-liter V8 and all-wheel drive.

Built on GM's excellent full-size truck platform, the Escalade, ESV, and EXT are fine trucks and make excellent tow vehicles.On the road they are smooth and stable, a bit softer in ride than a Tahoe or Suburban.They are luxuriously appointed, providing comfortable accommodations while offering the capabilities of full-size truck.

The Escalade was introduced as an all-new model for 2002.The EXT joined the line, followed by the ESV.They share interiors, refreshed for the 2003 model year.More features have been added for 2004 including a new tire pressure monitoring system.
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2004 Escalade Overview

The Escalade has led the way in the re-emergence of Cadillac as a world-class luxury brand.Its sharp, chiseled styling makes a strong statement and the bold looks are backed by lots of power and GM's latest technology.

The Escalade nameplate includes three dramatically different though distinctly similar models: The standard Escalade is a full-size SUV, the same size as the Tahoe.The Escalade ESV is a Suburban-sized model.The Escalade EXT is Cadillac's interpretation of the Avalanche, a brilliantly executed sport-utility truck that can quickly be converted from pickup truck to luxury SUV through the use of GM's innovative mid-gate.All three feature a high-performance 6.0-liter V8 and all-wheel drive.

Built on GM's excellent full-size truck platform, the Escalade, ESV, and EXT are fine trucks and make excellent tow vehicles.On the road they are smooth and stable, a bit softer in ride than a Tahoe or Suburban.They are luxuriously appointed, providing comfortable accommodations while offering the capabilities of full-size truck.

The Escalade was introduced as an all-new model for 2002.The EXT joined the line, followed by the ESV.They share interiors, refreshed for the 2003 model year.More features have been added for 2004 including a new tire pressure monitoring system.Hide Full Review