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2007 Cadillac Escalade ESV

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Engine Engine 6.2LV-8
MPG MPG 13 City / 19 Hwy
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2007 Escalade ESV Overview

The Cadillac Escalade is all-new for 2007.It boasts a smooth-riding new chassis, more power, more luxury features.The styling is bolder than any American sport-utility vehicle in history.In addition to providing five-star comfort, its goal is to be the ultimate symbol of power and achievement, a mansion on wheels.And in that respect, it succeeds.

The 2007 Cadillac Escalade is offered in three distinct models; the standard Escalade is a full-size sport utility sharing the same architecture (and roughly the same dimensions) as the Chevy Tahoe.The Escalade ESV is the Suburban-sized model, sharing the latter's architecture.Finally, the Escalade EXT is a sport utility/pickup combination that quickly converts from a pickup with an enclosable eight-foot bed to a five-passenger luxury vehicle, basically, Cadillac's interpretation of the Chevy Avalanche.All three feature a high-performance, 403-hp 6.2-liter V8 mated to a six-speed automatic transmission that includes manual shift control (a rarity in this class).The standard Escalade comes with rear-wheel drive or optional all-wheel drive while the ESV and EXT come only with all-wheel drive.

Built on GM's robust new full-size truck platform, the Escalade, ESV and EXT make excellent tow vehicles.At the same time, they're roomy and luxuriously appointed, letting them haul family or friends or business associates in real comfort.The 6.2-liter V8 supplies serious power for surprisingly quick acceleration, along with strong torque for towing.On the road, all three Escalades are smooth and stable, nicer in ride than base Tahoe or Suburban models but taut and well-controlled (by full-size SUV standards) for surprisingly good handling.
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2007 Escalade ESV Overview

The Cadillac Escalade is all-new for 2007.It boasts a smooth-riding new chassis, more power, more luxury features.The styling is bolder than any American sport-utility vehicle in history.In addition to providing five-star comfort, its goal is to be the ultimate symbol of power and achievement, a mansion on wheels.And in that respect, it succeeds.

The 2007 Cadillac Escalade is offered in three distinct models; the standard Escalade is a full-size sport utility sharing the same architecture (and roughly the same dimensions) as the Chevy Tahoe.The Escalade ESV is the Suburban-sized model, sharing the latter's architecture.Finally, the Escalade EXT is a sport utility/pickup combination that quickly converts from a pickup with an enclosable eight-foot bed to a five-passenger luxury vehicle, basically, Cadillac's interpretation of the Chevy Avalanche.All three feature a high-performance, 403-hp 6.2-liter V8 mated to a six-speed automatic transmission that includes manual shift control (a rarity in this class).The standard Escalade comes with rear-wheel drive or optional all-wheel drive while the ESV and EXT come only with all-wheel drive.

Built on GM's robust new full-size truck platform, the Escalade, ESV and EXT make excellent tow vehicles.At the same time, they're roomy and luxuriously appointed, letting them haul family or friends or business associates in real comfort.The 6.2-liter V8 supplies serious power for surprisingly quick acceleration, along with strong torque for towing.On the road, all three Escalades are smooth and stable, nicer in ride than base Tahoe or Suburban models but taut and well-controlled (by full-size SUV standards) for surprisingly good handling.Hide Full Review