New telematics, battery electric technology, and new generation D-series coaches push the busmaker into a new era.
Totally redesigned in 2015, the Cadillac Escalade doesn’t change much for 2016 but gets a faster infotainment interface, smart phone integration via Apple CarPlay and new safety technology.
The Escalade comes in four trim levels: standard, Luxury, Premium and Platinum. All of them are available in either 2WD or 4WD. The 6.2-liter V8 engine cranks out 420 horsepower and 460 lb.-ft. of torque, which is enough to launch the Escalade to 60 miles per hour from a standstill in less than six seconds.
Not only were the luxury automaker's fourth-quarter sales up by 17.8%, but its entire year sales increased by an impressive 8.4%.
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Extensive updates in design, technology, and powertrain are coming for the sixth generation.
The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and Metris van also had a good year with 9.1% growth.
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Sales have hit an all-time record as the automaker reaps the reward of its strategy to shed its fusty image and target younger buyers.
Vehicle Review: The SUV straddles the line of being too conservative, but does just enough to make this an appealing luxury car.
The popular SUV will be offered in both the standard-length body style as well as the extended-length ESV version.
The illustration imagines much of what's hidden under the camouflage.
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The automaker is launching a new campaign featuring Matthew McConaughey, set against the dramatic beauty of winter.
Details about the new SUV are starting to come out, and the first bit of news is a big one — 38 inches, to be exact.
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The Dusseldorf factory has continued to become the leading plant for the vans worldwide, developing and testing all future-oriented technologies.
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