2019 Cadillac Escalade Introduces New Noir Package15
The 2019 Cadillac Escalade introduces the Noir Package, which equips the large luxury SUV with several notable features.
Assigned RPO code PDZ, the Noir Package can only be equipped on Escalade models coated in the new Manhattan Noir Metallic exterior and the Kona Brown with Jet Black accent interior color combination. In addition to the specified color combination, the 2019 Cadillac Escalade Noir package adds premium carpeted floor mats, a polished exhaust tip, and 22-inch split 7-spoke alloy wheels with a chrome finish. The wheels are a mandatory feature of the package, meaning the Noir Package is not available with any other LPO or RPO wheels.
In addition, the Noir Package can only be added to 2019 Cadillac Escalade Luxury (1SB) and Premium Luxury models (1SC). The package is available either for the regular-length Escalade or the extended-length Escalade ESV.
So, how much will all these goodies cost? As of this writing, the online configurator for the 2019 Escalade instructs us to contact the dealer for pricing info. So we reached out to Cadillac, and were told that pricing information will be announced shortly.
For the sake of reference, the starting MSRPs (with destination fee) for the models on which the Noir package is offered are as follows:
- Luxury: $82,090
- Premium Luxury: $86,490
2019 Escalade ESV:
- Luxury: $85,090
- Premium Luxury: $89,490
We should also note that the Kona Brown interior is a $2,000 option, while the Manhattan Noir Metallic exterior color adds another $625.
We’ll let you know when pricing for the 2019 Cadillac Escalade Noir Package has been announced. Until then, we encourage you to entertain yourself by building your own using Cadillac’s online configurator or by perusing through the gallery below.
Stay tuned to GM Authority for all Escalade news and Cadillac news coverage.
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This just shows how lost GM is. Nothing about this package is appealing.
The package makes an already-attractive vehicle more appealing. If you are into black styling, there is the new sport package:
They’re covering both gamuts of market demand here before the new Y trim level approach comes to the Escalade. Lost? More like strategic.
They need more ideas and things that make it more valuable. People already love the escalade why not boost the engine power or add air suspension that way it doesnt ride like a truck to some people. GM is so damn naive people want to support but they are clueless its like they dont know their own people or the market they are even in. Reasons why Mercedes and other manufacturers are doing better is because options are luxury. Not add only paint options and wheels that barely look much different. GM Shareholders Mary has to go
Why? Because an all-new model is right around the corner that will have a significant amount of the things you’re describing.
Air suspension? You must not have heard that the Escalade has something much better (and much more reliable) called Magnetic Ride Control. It does not “ride like a truck”. Do your research first.
For the record, I have air suspension in my Mercedes SL… I prefer Magnetic Ride Control both in terms of performance, adjustability, and reliability (already had to replace major components of the SL’s suspension system at only 14,000 miles).
Is the Platinum trim available in 2019
It is indeed available.
Why are you driving a Mercedes? Why not a CT6 or Escalade? A co-worker has a’18 AMG S63 and it’s impressive but for the price I much prefer the Cadillac.
It’s a peculiar situation.
Cadillac had nothing new available in the types of vehicles I prefer (athletic compact/midsize) when my ATS lease expired… and I wasn’t about to get into another multi year lease or purchase a product that was coming to the end of its lifecycle. In other words, the CT4 and CT5 weren’t ready yet. CT6 and Escalade are great, but not the kind of vehicle I prefer.
So, I had an opportunity to get into a Mercedes SL… which I did. Unforrunately, Cadillac does not offer anything remotely close to the kind of car the SL is, something I sincerely hope changes in the foreseeable future.
Either way, I’ll be back to Cadillac in due time. But the timing was off this time around.
And I would like a four seat Cadillac convertible . Having to shop Mercedes, Audi, BMW. Hoping the new Cadillac sedans will have a convertible version
I own 2 escalades one hybrid the other ext .the ext actually rides smoother than my wife hybrid..great rides luxury as I’m american first generation from europe..was big fan on our bmw and benz…I still own convertible e class and hystorical s600….but for.me escalade is the best car ever made…
I just need to know when the new Escalade EXT will be available. Add in the new GM multi purpose tailgates. Panoramic retractable roof, surround cameras, headlights that turn with steering,
Hi I had Cadillac escalade 2016 my transmission was out at 80k need it New transmission at 80k I bought my truck for $89k??? GM need to step up on quality!!!
I own a 2016 Escalade (Luxury) and my wife 2017 Lexus RX350 F-sport
I love my Escalade, my only complain compared to wife car is, her rear camera resolution puts my esclade camera system to shame…. and I also dont like that a 80k SUV does not offer the adaptive cruise control, yet a 60k Lexus comes equipped. Other than those two Escalade is amazing
To be fair the Escalade has full speed adaptive cruise control and for 2019 I believe they switched to a HD backup camera (they have in most GM models too).
I have a Cadillac Escalade ESV 2003. My transmission went out in 2014. I Had the transmission re-built and I’m the original owner and I still drive it back and forth to work. I have 380 thousand miles. It still run good and I’m, looking forward to purchasing a new Cadillac Escalade ESV in October of 2019. Looking to purchase a 2020. LOVE CAILLAC.