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1999 Cadillac Escalade Consumer Discussions

1999 Cadillac Escalade
I have a 1999 Cadillac Escalade with 16,212 miles on it. The gas pedal sinks to the floor board whenever I stop or am stopped at a light. There are no grinding noises or squeaks. My car dealer info...

For decades before the late 1990s Cadillac was the leader in North American car sales, and maybe (or maybe not) the entire world. Then in 1998 Lincoln took the lead. Lincoln was helped a lot by the Na...

My 3yr 1999 Escalade lease just ended. I worked hard to find a suitable SUV for my real estate military relocation business. My customers and I log 18K miles a year, 3-4 days straight, on the twisty...

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1999: Cadillac Escalade. The first Escalade was criticized as being too close to its Chevy Tahoe and especially its GMC Yukon Denali cousins. It was ironic since the Denali began as the project Cadi...

So, when my current extended warranty ends, I'm probably going to get rid of this Deville. My wife still wants a Cadillac, and is now making noises about an Escalade, which I dis-favor even more than...

doesnt mean the same applies to the SRX, DTS and Escalade interiors. I find all three to be very elegant. I'm sure that's just my bias speaking though. I cant be that the interiors are actually nice....
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