Four new TV spots, red carpet branding and a microsite are just the beginning.
The $2,700 package cuts the glossy trim and adds new wheels.
We dig this traditional body-on-frame SUV.
Plus, the Cadillac Escalade, a Lexus LFA prototype, death of Buick Cascada and too much CO2.
GM to recall more than 1 million vehicles in the U.S.
Cadillac is once again defending its full-size luxury Escalade SUV from assault by the hot-selling Lincoln Navigator, offering $10,000 discounts to some current customers to keep them from switching brands.
The 2018 Navigator starts at $72,055, compared to $73,995 for the Escalade.
It's much more than a high-roof Cadillac Escalade.
Johan de Nysschen sets the record straight.
A buffeting and vibration problem for some owners of GM's fullsize SUVs can be bad enough to make folks dizzy and give them headaches.
JD Power's latest APEAL Study hasn't changed much on the premium side, although Mini is the new champ for non-premium brands, besting Hyundai.
The plant that produces GM's full-size SUVs in Arlington, TX, is set to receive $1.4 billion, representing the largest allocation out of the $5.4 billion the company has earmarked towards upgrading its facilities.
Despite its best efforts, Cadillac can't seem to move enough of its sedans – like the ATS and CTS – forcing it to offer deep incentives and reduce production. The Escalade SUV, on the other hand, is selling like chromed hotcakes.
General Motors is recalling 83,572 SUVs from the 2011 and 2012 model years over a potential ignition lock actuator issue. The pool of affected vehicles could also include SUVs from 2007-2014 that have already been repaired, but with defective parts.