NO SACRIFICES: As I've written in LCT before, first-generation luxury hybrids such as the Cadillac Escalade Hybrid are a decent start -- a template for future advances in the green luxury vehicle market. The writer of THIS REVIEW claims there are more cost-effective ways to save the planet than driving the Escalade. Well, technically, yes there are. I suppose we could all ride bicycles and live in wigwams powered by solar and wind. But the key to being green is to find energy-saving alternatives that DO NOT compromise our quality of life, products, comforts, and amenities. Capitalist consumers should continue to expect and demand the best as the world turns green. -- M.R.
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