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Newer Used Cadillac Escalade Makes For A Good Deal

Posted on February 8, 2016 by - Also by this author - About the author

Despite newer contenders out there, this Escalade doesn't need plastic surgery to be worthy of a red carpet.
Despite newer contenders out there, this Escalade doesn't need plastic surgery to be worthy of a red carpet.
CHANDLER, Arizona -- The Cadillac Escalade model has always brought its own distinct allure to the chauffeured world, as one of the most celebrity-driven and profitable fleet vehicles in limousine fleet service. The advent of the redesigned, new generation Escalade in 2015 ratcheted the popular elite brand up a notch, in both innovation and price.

For operators, success is all about what clients are willing to pay for brand image, especially in the niche that craves the Escalade. So it only follows that the less costly but still relevant Escalade generation ending in 2014 can provide high "coattails value": Close enough in design and cachet to still be associated with the new and refined 2015-plus model years. 

A 2014 Cadillac Escalade with 23,000 miles is available for $53,000 on Limoforsale.com, well below the $70k-range of the new ones. If your clients want to pay to reserve a new Escalade, get it and rake in the revenue. If they're not yet ready, this one would work and likely command a lower rate.

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After listing a fully-loaded roster of amenities, the seller comments: "Beautiful Escalade in and out. Maintained by local Cadillac dealer. Bluetooth and still under factory warranty."

The vehicle's exterior and interior ratings are all a 10, meaning this SUV can still tease out many a Hollywood red carpet.

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