On the info page of the 2015 Escalade on Cadillac’s own website, it lists the luxury SUV with a starting MSRP of $71,695 when it hits the market. That’s a bit of a bump upwards from the $67,970 that the outgoing Escsalade currently starts at. Yet that’s to be expected, as the all-new luxury beast features higher-grade material use both inside and out, more technology, more active safety, and more security.
The 2015 Cadillac Escalade will launch in three different trim levels this spring. They are; Standard, Luxury and Premium. The Luxury package includes everything from the Standard model plus 22-inch wheels, while the Premium variant adds illuminating door handles, a rear seat entertainment system with a 9-inch screen, and a Driver Assist Package. The Driver Assist Package feature automatic front and rear braking, full speed adaptive cruise control, and automatic collision preparation.
Compared to the competition, the 2015 Escalade is priced above the Mercedes GL-Class ($63,000), Range Rover Sport ($63,495), but below the flagship Range Rover ($84,195) and Mercedes G-Class ($114,200). And we’re sure there will eventually be an even pricier Platinum version of the Escalade that will be announced sooner rather than later. Start pinching those pennies.