I stepped inside GM's full-size super luxury SUV, and I was immediately enveloped in luxury. With so many standard features like a voice- activated Navigation system, DVD entertainment system, a heated leather wrapped steering wheel with radio and climate controls, heated and cooled front and 2nd row seats, bucket seats, a universal garage door opener, and SO much more, this car will easily destroy competitors like the Lexus LX570 and Land Rover Range Rover, in luxury. The Honda Civic Sedan gets to 60mph in 11.3, this Escalade Platinum gets to 60 mph in 6.1; that's pretty impressive for any car and very impressive for a large SUV. Cadillac has done a SUPERB job on this model, and I love it.
DVD Entertainment System, Voice- Activated Navigation System, Heated and Cooled front and rear seats, remote start, keyless entry, heated leather wrapped steering wheel with climate and radio controls, bucket seats, adaptive cruise control, floor mats, 6-disc CD/DVD changer, and SO much more...
It's a 98% of a car. I just request a boost in fuel economy, from 15 to about 19. Maybe GM could use its Cylinder Deactivation system to boost fuel economy, and maybe weight could be lowered from 5850 pounds to about 5,000 pounds. Maybe aerodynamics could improve.
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