Used 2017 Cadillac Escalade Pricing

List Price $81,395 - $85,895
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2017 Highlights

For 2017, the Cadillac Escalade has made minor changes to the content of its trim levels and also renamed them. New features include a teen-driver monitoring system, a rear passenger reminder (so you don't leave your kids in a hot car), an automated system for parking, and an innovative rearview mirror that incorporates a camera view.
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  • More than enough power from the standard 6.2-liter V8 engine
  • Luxurious cabin remains pleasantly quiet in nearly any circumstance
  • Optional second-row bench increases seating capacity to eight
  • Impressive towing abilities that most competitors can't match


  • he infotainment system can sometimes be frustrating
  • Third-row seats are uncomfortable even for children
  • High cargo floor makes loading more difficult
  • Truck-based chassis translates into a less refined ride quality

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Used 2017 Cadillac Escalade for Sale

Cadillac Escalade 2017 Luxury 4dr SUV 4WD (6.2L 8cyl 8A) Black Raven Jet Black leather9,837 miles
Used 2017Cadillac EscaladeLuxury
Est.Loan: $1,221/mo
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Dealer Notes

"Why pay the price of new when you can buy this ""Like New"" Cadillac Certified Pre-Owned 2017 Cadillac Escalade Luxury! Incredible color combination with Black Raven Paint and Jet Black Leather Interior. Clean Auto History Report. Loaded with features including the powerful 6.2L V8 and 8-Speed Automatic Transmission

Cadillac Escalade 2017 Premium Luxury 4dr SUV 4WD (6.2L 8cyl 8A) Bronze Dune Metallic Jet Black leather25 miles
Used 2017Cadillac EscaladePremium Luxury
Est.Loan: $1,474/mo
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You'll love getting behind the wheel of this 2017 Cadillac Escalade 4WD 4DR PREMIUM LUXURY, which is complete with amenities such as a backup sensor, rear air conditioning, push button start, remote starter, blind spot sensors, parking assistance, Bluetooth, a navigation system, braking assist, and dual climate control. It comes with a 6.2 liter 8 Cylinder engine. This one's on the market for $80,992. Looking to buy a safer SUV 4X4? Look no further! This one passed the crash test with 4 out of 5 stars. The exterior is a ravishing bronze dune metallic. Call today to test it out! Contact Information: Buchanan Automotive, 1035 E Main St, Waynesboro, PA, 17268, Phone: (717) 762-3141, E-mail: Our Guaranteed Credit approval is backed by a check for $100.00 if you don't ride home in your next vehicle or take your written approval with payments and terms home to review we will cut you a check! Many Certified Pre Owned, commission free

Cadillac Escalade 2017 Luxury 4dr SUV 4WD (6.2L 8cyl 8A) Radiant Silver Metallic Jet Black leather20,072 miles
Used 2017Cadillac EscaladeLuxury
Est.Loan: $1,195/mo
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NHTSA Overall Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis.
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  • Side Crash Rating

  • Side Barrier Rating

  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings

    Front Seat5/5
    Back Seat5/5
  • Rollover

    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of Rollover22.8%

Top Consumer Reviews

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Consumer Rating

A Roll of the Dice, Nice surprise!
After driving foreign SUVS for over 20 years (mostly German), this time I decided to try something different. I wanted more room, larger towing capacity, 4WD/AWD, and a nicer interior. After 2000 miles in an ESV 4WD Luxury, a new surprise emerges everyday. It has a beautiful interior, nice fit and finish, tons of electronic safety features and the oft-criticized CUE infotainment system. I am pleased and surprised with the ride quality of the suspension and 22" wheels. The sophisticated electronically controlled shock technology may be the reason. I have not found the CUE system overly complicated. There is a lot to learn here, but most of the controls seem logical and useful, if you are patient and read the owner's manual. The interior's low noise level is impressive as is the standard Bose designed sound system. A big surprise is the weight of this vehicle of this vehicle compared to its European competitors, ie., the M-B GL series and the large Range Rover. They all weigh in the 5700-6000 lb. range. Cadillac has used a lot of aluminum and lightweight high strength steel based on my research. I like the ability to run less expensive regular or mid-grade gas, (which is acceptable) although premium is recommended. Mileage so far has been slightly less than the EPA estimates. So far I have only towed my 6000 lb. boat for about 200 miles. The torque and H.P of this model's drive train seemed unfazed with the task. And the room in the rear cargo area is huge. This is a large vehicle, but it doesn't feel that way from the driver's seat or in its handling prowess. It also has a very tight turning radius. So what is there to not like? Keeping in mind the concept of this vehicle and the reason I bought it, I haven't found much to dislike yet, but I'll keep looking. Most owners that I have talked to, love their vehicles and without hesitation would buy another one. Enough said!
Too Hot!!!!
I bought a new 2017 Cadillac Escalade in April and I've had it 6months for one month it had been in the shop for the same issue 3 times. Dealership keep giving me the run around with an answer. Air condition stopped working. First two times reports of faulty freon this time they have no clue. Won't replace my brand new car but can't find the problem. I would suggest BMW X5 which I should have bought in the beginning now I'm stuck with this clunker
truly a great luxury suv
We purchased this vehicle in july 2017 and have put 6K miles on it. The mpg can easily exceed the epa (needs to be dismantled) estimates. The best is 30.7. You will read much by the professional motor media, about the same caliber of journalism as the rest of the media, parroting that the ride is harsh. Utter nonsense. These people are checking with one another to see what the consensus while be. Disregard them. We have purchased a range rover and the Escalade is a nicer vehicle in many regards. The solid rear axle is advantageous for the high tow rating. While the RR has better off road capabilities and is a wonderful vehicle, the Escalade has other attributes to stack up to any large SUV. Cadillac has done a wonderful job with this vehicle. We purchased it over the competition for the third row seat and the retractable running boards. These running boards are far far better than any fixed running board. So, forget the "professional" reviews, try it, you will like it.