2015 Limo SUV Match-Up: Navigator Vs. Escalade

Posted on April 9, 2014

Luxury SUVs such as the Lincoln Navigator and Cadillac Escalade are enormously profitable, and since both three-row luxury SUVs have been redesigned for the 2015 model year, we're taking another look at these image-setting kings of the road.

Just how different are the two SUVs, really? Revisit the basic specs on the new 2015 Cadillac Escalade and 2015 Lincoln Navigator, take a good look at photography you'll find only at Motor Trend, then tell us in the poll below: Would you rather have the new Navigator or Escalade?

Motor Trend article and photos here

Related Topics: Cadillac, Cadillac Escalade, Lincoln, Lincoln Navigator, new vehicles, SUVs, vehicle purchasing

Comments ( 1 )
  • Larry Bassett

     | about 6 years ago

    Personally, I like the Cadillac style, but for livery use... I will be buying the Lincoln. When it comes to a vehicle that just runs, either Ford is the most reliable, or I am just lucky with them. I have put 35,000 miles on a Yukon XL Denali that is 7 months old, and if they haven't changed the rear seats or the ride quality, they can keep the new Escalade. With the condition of the roads in the northern states, I can't tell you the last time somebody "did not" comment on how rough the ride is. Is it me, or did the Escalade copy the Lincoln MKT dash board in the center? I saw the pictures and assumed it was the Lincoln until I read the text. I run MKT's and I swear the style of the center dash where the heater/radio/navigation controls are identical???

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