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Cadillac Showcasing First 2015 Escalades On The Road

Posted on April 30, 2014

Cadillac's fourth generation Escalade has rolled into dealer showrooms as a top to bottom revamp of the full-size SUV, which debuted in 1999.

In addition to an update in its styling, which company officials told automotive journalists is an "evolution" of Cadillac's design, the all-new Escalade features a number of content updates and additions, many of them standard.

Automotive-Fleet article here by Chris Wolski, AF senior editor

 

LCT related article: Escalade Wows With New Body Lines, Upgraded Cabin

LCT related article: Escalade Costs In The $70,000s

Related Topics: Cadillac, Cadillac Escalade, Cadillac Professional Vehicles, dealerships, Fleet Vehicles, new vehicles, SUVs

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