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Car & Driver
By: Jeff Sabatini
When the Cadillac product team describes it as “the Escalade of Escalades,” you can surmise that this 2015 model-year redesign was not a rethinking of the brand’s three-row, body-on-frame SUV. The Escalade remains the Cadillac of GM’s new full-size truck platform, GMT K2, related to Chevrolet’s Tahoe and Suburban and the GMC Yukon brothers big and bigger. As before, there are actually twin Escalades, the 116-inch-wheelbase model and the Suburban-sized Escalade ESV, which gets a 14-inch stretch. Cadillac isn’t saying much about the third member of the family that disappeared after the 2013 model year, the flamboyant Escalade EXT pickup. Perhaps it ran off to Hollywood.
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