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    It's the epitome of opulence. As I posted before the guy loved the ATS, CT6 and CTS... Even reviewed the CT5 with a very optimistic vibe. They of course, follow JDN's more Euro flavored vision of Cadillac.. The Escalade is American old school luxury.. Literally. Big Bold Brash Expensive! It's what what we say we want here but even when offered, it only sells well in the form of something that can BE.. BIG AND BOLD. Expensive. Example if this is the Continental and LaCrosse both failing in the market place as "American Luxury.." without the cache to back it up. The CT6 and XTS, interesting enough, kinda haven't in terms of sales considering price.

    I'm curious about what he would say about the new Navigator. I wonder if they did enough in terms of improvements over the 6 year old Escalade to win this reviewer over?
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    Re: Cadillac Escalade FULL REVIEW (In Europe)

    Quote Originally Posted by VS Ute 5Litre View Post
    The 200 series isn't that popular really

    It's a very small market they sell , but not strongly

    The (19)79 series is basically the same sort of deal

    POpular for some reason but absolutely rubbish
    Yeah, a used one is priced well above the ordinary people. A new one starts at $78K tops out at $120

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    Re: Cadillac Escalade FULL REVIEW (In Europe)

    Quote Originally Posted by CMiatso DaBang View Post
    It's the epitome of opulence. As I posted before the guy loved the ATS, CT6 and CTS... Even reviewed the CT5 with a very optimistic vibe. They of course, follow JDN's more Euro flavored vision of Cadillac.. The Escalade is American old school luxury.. Literally. Big Bold Brash Expensive! It's what what we say we want here but even when offered, it only sells well in the form of something that can BE.. BIG AND BOLD. Expensive. Example if this is the Continental and LaCrosse both failing in the market place as "American Luxury.." without the cache to back it up. The CT6 and XTS, interesting enough, kinda haven't in terms of sales considering price.

    I'm curious about what he would say about the new Navigator. I wonder if they did enough in terms of improvements over the 6 year old Escalade to win this reviewer over?
    I was thinking the same thing.

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    Re: Cadillac Escalade FULL REVIEW (In Europe)

    Quote Originally Posted by CMiatso DaBang View Post
    I'm curious about what he would say about the new Navigator. I wonder if they did enough in terms of improvements over the 6 year old Escalade to win this reviewer over?
    Considering a Yukon Denali is still better...... doubt it.

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    Re: Cadillac Escalade FULL REVIEW (In Europe)

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg.Botts View Post
    Considering a Yukon Denali is still better...... doubt it.
    Yukon Denali is better than what??? I know you aren't talking about the Navigator.

    #Sidenote I can't believe the midsize Aviator features soft-close doors on every door.
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