Vehicle Pick Of The Week: At only 4,000 miles, this small group transporter bathes its passengers in all creature comforts and conveniences.
The awards just keep piling up for the 2016 Cadillac Escalade. Having already been named a Consumer Guide Best Buy for 2016, the sixth-generation Escalade has also earned the title of Most Satisfying Luxury SUV in AutoPacific’s 2016 Vehicle Satisfaction Awards.
Overall, the Escalade received a score of 810, which was the best Vehicle Satisfaction Award (VSA) score in history, earning it the President’s Award. This prestigious award is reserved for the vehicle that is able to break the previous high score.
Scores were determined via survey responses from people who own a 2015 or 2016 model year vehicle. More than 65,000 new vehicle owners participated in the most recent survey, which measures how satisfied each owner is with their new vehicle.
Vehicle Review: Previous generations of the Lincoln SUV didn’t come close to this level of richness.
Vehicle Review: The car has a beautiful interior, latest safety features, quiet interior, an upgraded transmission, and responsive shift paddles.
Vehicle Review: Along with a lot of bang for the buck, the sedan has the distinction of receiving a Top Safety Pick Plus Rating.
Vehicle Review: The new SUV wears crisp lines offset by a sporty sloping roof and distinctive grille.
The luxury model was loaded with comforts and tech although it could never match its predecessors in size during the era of smaller sedans.
Vehicle Pick of the Week: The bus comes with low mileage and is priced ideally for operators venturing into this growing fleet segment.
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The order books are open until the end of the month, with plans to build 150. The price has gone up to $116,465.
Operators also had the chance to test ride the latest J-Series models, which now includes the 45-foot J4500 and the smaller 35-foot J3500.
Vehicle Review: The battle for three-row American luxury has a decisive winner between the Lincoln and Cadillac brands.
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Vehicle Review: General Motors’ and Ford’s upscale divisions are hoping to redefine American luxury as more buyers supersize their vehicles.
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