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2017 Cadillac Escalade Review, Ratings, Specs, Prices, and Photos

The Cadillac Escalade is the big hoss of GM's luxury lineup. It's more than just the high-falutin' version of the Suburbans, Tahoes, and Yukons that almost rival it for luxury fittings; it's probably the most recognizable Cadillac on the road today, thanks as much to its beveled edges to its imposing stance.

Available in base, Luxury, Premium Luxury, and Platinum configurations, the Escalade goes from well to lavishly equipped with the tick of a few option boxes. 

The Escalade earns an impressive 7.7 on our overall scale thanks to its comfort and surprising performance. (Read more about how we rate cars.)

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There's no question that the Escalade boasts more bravado than just about anything else to ever hit the road, but this latest SUV is far more luxurious, refined, and capable than ever before. Straddling the line between tasteful and excessive, the Escalade's unmistakable style is evident from every angle. At its core, it shares its frame, its structure, and much of its running gear with the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban and the GMC Yukon, but the Escalade takes things to an entirely different level inside and out. 

Two configurations are on offer, the standard wheelbase shared with the Tahoe and Yukon and a extended Escalade ESV model based on the Suburban and Yukon XL. Either way it is ordered, all Escalades ride on a choice of 20- or 22-inch alloy wheels, the latter of which feature a new design for 2017. Full LED lighting outside is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the Escalade's high-tech features; LEDs line its vertical headlights and taillights and they illuminate the Cadillac logo on the SUV's grille. 

Cadillac Escalade interior and technology

Inside, the Escalade moves even further from its comparatively pedestrian siblings. Cut-and-sewn leather upholstery trims out the cabin, with genuine hide and suede tucking neatly next to open pore wood trim. From the front seats—which are heated and cooled as standard—the centerpiece of the dashboard is Cadillac's tablet-like CUE touchscreen infotainment system, which can be activated by voice, capacitive touch and swipe gestures. The driver faces a 12.3-inch display with a cluster of digital gauges that can be configured in one of four themes. A head-up display is optional and projects selected information onto the windshield for the driver.

New for 2017 is a rearview mirror that isn't a mirror at all. Instead, it is actually a high-resolution screen for a camera mounted to the Escalade's tailgate. The mirror takes some getting used to, but it eliminates any blind spot normally caused by the SUV's big roof pillars. 

CUE includes as standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, as well as a Bose Centerpoint 2.0 audio system. To keep rear seat passengers occupied, rear seat entertainment systems are available with one or two screens depending on trim. (Luxury and higher trims can get dual monitors in the front headrests, when selected.) Parent company General Motors' OnStar 4G LTE connectivity also comes standard and includes a wi-fi antenna that makes the 'Slade into a mobile hotspot—albeit for an extra monthly charge after an initial trial period.

Opt for the range-topping Escalade Platinum package, available on either wheelbase, and the interior comes alive with aromatic semi-aniline leather trim. Short of a Bentley or a Rolls-Royce, we can't think of many vehicles upholstered in so much leather. Second- and third-row seats fold flat at the touch of a button, and though the cargo floor is somewhat higher than in previous Escalades, it's at a waist-height level that makes it relatively easy to load and unload heavier items. There's over 15 cubic feet of space behind the third row on the standard Escalade, a capacity that more than doubles on the long-wheelbase Escalade ESV. 

Cadillac Escalade performance

A different kind of beast sits under the SUV's angular hood: A 6.2-liter V-8 rated at 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque. It pairs well with the standard 8-speed automatic transmission to reach 60 mph in around six seconds, an impressive feat for a vehicle that tips the scales at about 6,000 pounds when fully equipped. That performance doesn't hurt efficiency as much as you might think—with features like direct injection and cylinder shutoff, the V-8 earns EPA ratings as high as 17 mpg combined.

As in previous generations, the 2016 Escalade comes in rear wheel-drive and all wheel-drive variants, the latter of which is designed more for slushy weather than climbing a mountain. With running gear derived from that of GM's full-size pickup truck line, the Escalade one of few large luxury SUVs with a solid rear axle. That's old-school tech, and it helps explain the high cargo floor, but Cadillac's Magnetic Ride Control dampers are standard and finally give the Escalade a ride quality almost on par with segment leaders. Where the Escalade really comes into play is its towing ability; rated at up to 8,300 pounds, the big SUV tows especially confidently. 

Safety equipment includes an innovative front-center airbag that protects front-seat occupants thrown toward the center of the Escalade in a side-impact collision. Automatic emergency braking is newly standard on the Luxury trim level, while the optional Driver Awareness package adds a lane departure warning system that can tug the big SUV into its lane if it wanders as well as automatic high beams. 

Luxury and Platinum trim levels are available with a Driver Assist package that includes adaptive cruise control and front and rear automatic braking. An additional new option is an automatic parking assistance feature that, utilizing cameras and radar, parallel parks the Escalade at the touch of a button with no driver intervention. 

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2017 Cadillac Escalade

By Cadillac Published: Sep 05, 2016Modified: Sep 05, 2016

  • New technology and safety features include rear camera mirror and automatic parking assist
  • Exterior colors for 2017: Dark Adriatic Blue Metallic and Bronze Dune Metallic
  • New 22-inch aluminum wheels enhance overall stance and aesthetic

The 2017 Cadillac Escalade features a modern design, powerful capability and sumptuous amenities that keep luxury firmly in the driver’s seat.

2017 updates include availability of the award-winning Rear Camera Mirror and Automatic Parking Assist. There are also aesthetic updates for Escalade, including two new exterior paint colors and a new 22-inch wheel design.

The product line includes the standard Escalade and the extended-length ESV edition, which offers a 14-inch-longer (355 mm) wheelbase and approximately 20 inches (508 mm) more in overall length, maximizing space for third-row passengers and providing over two and half times the cargo space behind the third-row seat.

Escalade trim levels have been renamed for better customer clarity: Escalade, Luxury, Premium Luxury and Platinum. All models are offered with 2WD and 4WD drivetrains, powered by a 6.2L V-8 engine backed by an eight-speed automatic transmission.

It’s a combination powerful enough to enable 0-to-60-mph performance in less than 6 seconds – 5.96 seconds for Escalade 4WD and 5.98 seconds for Escalade ESV 2WD.

The 6.2L engine also delivers an EPA-estimated 22 mpg on the highway in Escalade/ESV 2WD and 20 mpg on the highway for Escalade/ESV 4WD.

Cadillac’s Magnetic Ride Control, the world’s fastest-reacting suspension system, is standard, delivering precisely controlled driving performance. At its core, Escalade is an SUV with the capabilities of a full-size truck, enabling a trailering rating of 8,300 pounds on the standard model and an 8,100-pound rating on Escalade ESV – more than Mercedes-Benz GLS550 (7,500 pounds), Lexus LX 570 (7,000 pounds) and Land Rover Range Rover (7,716 pounds).

Technology and Connectivity – Enhanced technology with industry-leading Rear Camera Mirror system

Technology is integral to the Escalade’s driving experience. New for 2017 is the availability of Cadillac’s industry-leading Rear Camera Mirror. Utilizing a wide-angle camera mounted on the rear of the vehicle, the Rear Camera Mirror system improves field of vision by an estimated 300 percent, or roughly four times greater than a standard rearview mirror. Using streaming video to the function of a traditional rearview mirror, removing obstructions of passengers, headrests, rear seat infotainment screens and the vehicle’s roof and rear pillars.

The Cadillac CUE infotainment system, with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, is standard on all Escalade models. The eight-inch center screen uses capacitive touch technology and gesture recognition, enabling tapping and swiping common to smartphones and tablets. The system also uses proximity sensors to activate common options and controls as the user’s hand approaches. An expanded “favorites” section offers quick access to phone contacts, digital music and navigation destinations in the same one-touch form as traditional radio presets.

Bose® Centerpoint® Audio System – Advanced 16 speaker system provides concert-like sound

The 2017 Escalade features the Bose Centerpoint® surround sound system. Customized exclusively for the Escalade, it features new technologies that help heighten the sophisticated in-vehicle experience.

Proprietary technologies and 16 strategically placed speakers create a concert-like experience throughout the cabin. Five custom-tuned speakers placed across the instrument panel and front doors, combined with Bose Advanced Staging Technology, help reproduce expansive sound with exceptional precision and clarity.

Safety and Security Features – New parking and braking features aid collision avoidance

Escalade’s technologies include active safety features to help protect occupants before, during and after a collision, such as front and rear automatic braking, which relies on short-range radar technology on Premium Luxury and Platinum models or a camera-based system on Luxury models along with ultrasonic sensors to help the driver avoid front and rear low-speed collisions via a progression of alerts that extend to complete braking, if necessary.

New for 2017 is the availability of Automatic Parking Assist, which enables the car to park itself in parallel and perpendicular spaces. It uses ultrasonic sensors to locate a suitable space and maneuver the car into the space, with the driver only required to select the gear and apply the accelerator and brake pedals.

Exterior Design – Updated aesthetic with new sleek exterior colors

Escalade’s design provides a signature look of elegance and capability. The styling cues combine sculpted surfaces and high-technology embellishments to give Escalade a stand-out appearance.

Dynamic front styling cues are enhanced by a highly detailed Galvano chrome grille that has a unique, almost brushed look and feel. It is accented by full LED lighting in the front and rear that creates razor-like vertical light signatures. LEDs provide even, steady and very bright illumination, while delivering longer life and using significantly less energy than conventional lighting.

Interior Design – Style enrichments exude luxury and craftsmanship

In the 2017 Escalade, the highest level of craftsmanship defines the passenger spaces, with technology seamlessly integrated throughout the luxurious interior. Real wood combined with premium cut-and-sewn materials and sueded accents, along with ambient lighting, add elegance to the interior design. Precise controls and triple-sealed doors were engineered and designed to reinforce a feeling of quality.

Performance – Powerful and efficient engine provides dynamic driving experience

Escalade performance is highlighted by the powerful and efficient 6.2L V-8 engine, rated at an SAE-certified 420 horsepower (313 kW) and 460 lb-ft of torque (623 Nm).

The 6.2L features state-of-the-art technologies, including direct injection, Active Fuel Management (cylinder deactivation) and continuously variable valve timing. Precisely controlled combustion enables Escalade to run with a high compression ratio, which delivers great power and efficiency.

(Cadillac Press Release)

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2017 Cadillac Escalade Information

Photos The Cadillac Escalade is a full-size SUV built on a pickup truck platform. Large and luxurious, it can haul up to eight people or tow trailers up to 8,000 pounds. It's rear-wheel drive, with all-wheel drive available.

Escalade carries over to 2017 unchanged; 22-inch wheels are new for 2017.

Also new for 2017 Escalade models is a rearview vision device, a high-resolution screen showing the image sent by a tailgate camera. It cuts the blindspot from the thick roof pillars. Another new option for 2017 Escalade models is automatic parking: Push a button and it parks itself.

Subtlety is not a virtue in the eight-seat Escalade. It straddles the line between tasteful and excessive, its style evident in every beveled edge.

Escalade shares its structure and much of its running gear with the Chevy Tahoe and GMC Yukon, which take their running gear from the Chevrolet Silverado platform, including the stiff solid rear axle. Cadillac refines the platform. It's got to be the fanciest truck in the world.

Escalade ESV is an extended wheelbase model based on the Chevy Suburban and Yukon XL. ESV is 20 inches longer than the standard Escalade, for a total length of 204 inches. That's 17 feet.

The Escalade needs a monster motor to move its three tons. That would be GM's 6.2-liter V8, here making 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque, mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission. It can tow 8300 pounds with confidence, and Cadillac says it will drive this massive SUV from a standing start to 60 miles per hour in six seconds, impressive performance.

Even with the solid rear axle, the standard Magnetic Ride Control dampers give the Escalade a ride that's nearly as good as its competitors. Not so with handling, however, as the Range Rover and Mercedes-Benz GL-Class are more poised and nimble in curves.

With its direction injection and cylinder shutoff the 2017 Escalade rates an EPA-estimated 15/22 mpg City/Highway, or 17 mpg Combined, with rear-wheel drive.

The government hasn't been crash tested the Escalade, but the Tahoe and Yukon get five stars for front and side impact, and three stars for rollover. Standard safety equipment includes an innovative front-center airbag that protects front-seat occupants thrown toward the center of the car when it gets T-boned. Full Review

The Cadillac Escalade is a full-size SUV built on a pickup truck platform. Large and luxurious, it can haul up to eight people or tow trailers up to 8,000 pounds. It's rear-wheel drive, with all-wheel drive available.

Escalade carries over to 2017 unchanged; 22-inch wheels are new for 2017.

Also new for 2017 Escalade models is a rearview vision device, a high-resolution screen showing the image sent by a tailgate camera. It cuts the blindspot from the thick roof pillars. Another new option for 2017 Escalade models is automatic parking: Push a button and it parks itself.

Subtlety is not a virtue in the eight-seat Escalade. It straddles the line between tasteful and excessive, its style evident in every beveled edge.

Escalade shares its structure and much of its running gear with the Chevy Tahoe and GMC Yukon, which take their running gear from the Chevrolet Silverado platform, including the stiff solid rear axle. Cadillac refines the platform. It's got to be the fanciest truck in the world.

Escalade ESV is an extended wheelbase model based on the Chevy Suburban and Yukon XL. ESV is 20 inches longer than the standard Escalade, for a total length of 204 inches. That's 17 feet.

The Escalade needs a monster motor to move its three tons. That would be GM's 6.2-liter V8, here making 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque, mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission. It can tow 8300 pounds with confidence, and Cadillac says it will drive this massive SUV from a standing start to 60 miles per hour in six seconds, impressive performance.

Even with the solid rear axle, the standard Magnetic Ride Control dampers give the Escalade a ride that's nearly as good as its competitors. Not so with handling, however, as the Range Rover and Mercedes-Benz GL-Class are more poised and nimble in curves.

With its direction injection and cylinder shutoff the 2017 Escalade rates an EPA-estimated 15/22 mpg City/Highway, or 17 mpg Combined, with rear-wheel drive.

The government hasn't been crash tested the Escalade, but the Tahoe and Yukon get five stars for front and side impact, and three stars for rollover. Standard safety equipment includes an innovative front-center airbag that protects front-seat occupants thrown toward the center of the car when it gets T-boned. Hide Full Review

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MPG 15 City / 22 Hwy
Seating 7 Passengers
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Power 420 @ 5600 rpm
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