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Once upon a time, in the late 1990s, General Motors slapped a Cadillac grille on a GMC Yukon—and the rest is history. The 2021 Cadillac Escalade marks the fifth generation of the model and this new one stands head and shoulders above the original in terms of luxury, style and technology. Borrowing elements from the 2016 Escala concept car, the new Escalade offers a visual panache worthy of its price tag. Two engines will be offered – a familiar 6.2-liter V-8 and a new turbodiesel inline-six – both mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission. Inside, a series of clever curved OLED screens take the Escalade's dashboard into the digital realm, serving as a meter cluster and infotainment display in one slick package. What's new for 2022?
The 2022 Escalade has undergone a major redesign, complete with a new independent rear suspension, smarter interior technology, better styling and a new optional diesel engine.
Prices and which to buy
Premium Luxury: $84,790
Premium Luxury Platinum: $101,290
Sports Platinum: $102,190 To really let the Escalade come into its own, choose the Premium Luxury Platinum version. It adds semi-aniline leather, 16-way power massage front seats, soft-close doors and a 36-speaker AKG audio system. In addition, it comes standard with a parking function, a head-up display and adaptive cruise control. Engine, transmission and performance
Cadillac's largest SUV is powered by a 6.2-liter V-8 engine that produces 420 horsepower and can shut off half of its cylinders while cruising to save fuel, or a 3.0-liter six-cylinder turbo diesel. in line. A 10-speed automatic transmission is standard on both engines, and buyers can choose rear or four-wheel drive to suit their individual needs. Like its siblings, the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban and the GMC Yukon, the 2021 Escalade now rides on an all-new platform with independent rear suspension for a smoother ride. Higher models also offer air suspension with adaptive dampers that use computer-controlled shock absorbers. On our test track, the long-wheelbase Escalade ESV with the V-8 engine sprinted to 60 mph in just 5.9 seconds. The diesel engine sounds less refined than the V-8, but for some buyers, that compromise is worth the improved fuel economy and low torque.