I enjoyed driving the escalade, but since it the first year it came out a few minor hiccup need to be corrected. When the back shock stays up it puts pressure on the front, thus when one goes in a little hole the front suspension goes up and down repeatedly.
The sound system is beautiful. My only problem is when you start it the back shock goes up and when you cut it off one side goes down and the other side stays up. How can I correct that.
For a car of only 14,000 miles and well cared for I don't think one should have any problem. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to rectify that problem. Thanks.
This Cadillac is a blast to drive. The acceleration is quick and powerful. It has OnStar for any emergencies which is good. It takes time getting used to all of the space that it takes in different lanes compared to a passenger car though.
Leather interior, Bose stereo, heated seats, power seats, lots of legroom, chrome wheels, HID lights, powerful V8 engine, and the cool social status associated with an Escalade.
Better fuel mileage. This suv costs almost $100 a week to fill up with the rising cost of gas.
I HAD BEEN DRIVING SEDAN DEVILLES FOR
ABOUT 10 YEARS BEFORE CHANGING TO THE
ESCALADE. I WATCHED THE VEHICLE UNTIL
THE THIRD SEAT BECAME AVAILABLE, THEN I
BOUGHT IT. I MUST SAY THAT I WAS A BIT
SCHEPTICAL AS I WAS ABOUT TO CHANGE
FROM A CAR TO A SUV. IN RETROSPECT, I
AM GLAD I DID. I DO NOT BELIEVE I GAVE
UP MY "caddie ride", NOR DID I GIVE UP
MUCH OF MY ENGINE PERFORMANCE OR
ENGINE PERFORMANCE COMPARED TO OTHER
SUV'S IN THE CLASS. IF THE MIRRORS
WERE NOT RETRACTABLE, I WOULD NOT OWN
THIS CAR DUE TO INACCESSABILITY TO MY
GARAGE!! THE ADDITIONAL ENTERTAINMENT
FEATURE AT THE SECOND SEAT ALLOWS MY
KIDS TO LISTEN TO THEIR MUSIC WITHOUT
BOTHERING THE DRIVER.
CAPTAIN CHAIRS IN THE SECOND ROW OF
SEATS WOULD BE GREAT AND HOW ABOUT A
REAL SPACE FOR MY CELL PHONE.