Cars.com Family Reviews the 2013 Cadillac Escalade

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This summer, Cars.com Family reviewer BreAnn Ahara's family grew from four to five with the birth of her daughter. With three little ones in child-safety seats, BreAnn was looking forward to spending some quality automotive time in the 2013 Cadillac Escalade and all its luxury. However, this three-row SUV's severe lack of legroom and meager cargo area turned her test drive into a painful week.

2013 Cadillac Escalade Review

Comments 

TK

First it has a 6.2L V8 and then it grows to 6.8L later on?

skippydog

This is what stupid people buy when they come into money.

M

Time to re-design this ghetto/white trash cruiser...Infiniti QX, Lexus LX, and Range Rover are all better choices.

Bowrider

So, the purpose of this review is to show people that it's not as family-friendly as one may think? Opting for captain's chairs in the second row would fix many of the issues the reviewer faced. And, if you don't like the size of a full size SUV, one wouldn't buy any type of said vehicle; one should probably buy a minivan.

Troy S.

Seems to be the typical over-hyped over promised and under-delivered GM product we've all come to know over the last several decades. A couple of recent examples could be: The fuel thirsty Cruze, the already outdated "new" Malibu, the Volt and now the Escalade is added to the list.

What's next? GM, who lost the American taxpayers around 133 Billion, bailing out an Austrailian parts supplier? Oh yeah...that's happening right now... Umm... Maybe the Government beginning to sell it's shares of GM at half of the prebailout stock price...oh yeah...that's happening now too.....

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