Cadillac Escalade Discount Offers Non-Existent In August 20219
Throughout most of the 2020 calendar year and the first quarter of 2021, Cadillac Escalade discount offers included a $9,500 cash back rebate for all 2020 Escalade models. However, now that the next-generation 2021 Cadillac Escalade SUV has launched, incentives for the king of luxury SUVs have dried up.
It’s worth highlighting the fact that General Motors is currently running its pickup truck and SUV plants at full capacity, including the GM Arlington Assembly facility that builds the Escalade in addition to the Chevrolet Tahoe, the Chevrolet Suburban and the GMC Yukon.
Cadillac Escalade Discount Offers
For reference, here’s a list of every Cadillac Escalade discount offered during the 2020 calendar year as well as 2021:
- January – $9,000 Cashback Rebate
- February – $9,000 Cashback Rebate
- March – $9,500 Cashback Rebate
- April – $9,500 Cashback Rebate
- May – $9,000 Cashback Rebate
- June – $9,500 Cashback Rebate
- July – $9,500 Cashback Rebate
- August – $9500 Cashback Rebate
- September – $9,500 Cashback Rebate
- October – $9,500 Cashback Rebate
- November – $9,500 Cashback Rebate
- December – $9,500 Cashback Rebate
Cadillac Escalade Pricing
For reference, here are the 2021 Escalade and Escalade ESV trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs, which include a destination charge of $1,695:
- Luxury – $77,840
- Premium Luxury – $84,840
- Sport – $87,540
- Premium Luxury Platinum – $102,240
- Sport Platinum – $102,240
- Luxury – $80,840
- Premium Luxury – $87,840
- Sport – $90,540
- Premium Luxury Platinum – $105,240
- Sport Platinum – $105,240
Compared to the previous-generation model, the 2021 Escalade features an entirely new exterior and interior design, new trim levels, and new powertrain options.
Additionally, the luxury crossover features exclusive, first-to-market technology advances including a curved Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) screen, the first AKG automotive audio system and Cadillac’s acclaimed Super Cruise driver assistance technology, Cadillac’s flagship expands on its more than 20 years of segment-defining leadership.
We strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information about the vehicles and their incentives in question, but errors and misprints can happen. In addition, the manufacturer can change incentive information at any time and without notice. Always consult with your dealer regarding color availability information before making purchase decisions. GM Authority will not be held responsible for any misprints, typos or any other errors.
Is The 2024 Cadillac Escalade Refresh Getting This Humongous New Screen?
A pillar-to-pillar display as found in the Celestiq is a possibility.
GM 8-Speed Automatic Transmission Lawsuit Granted Class Action Status
Seeking compensation and GM warranty reform.
- Sweepstakes Of The Month: Win a 2023 Corvette Z06 Convertible. Details here.
For the financially successful people, like any high-end vehicle it’s just very sad that Cadillac is not offering any type of a rebate or an incentive for maybe those who are close to be able to afford it and a little cash incentive could push them over the top, Barbara behind the wheel of general motors is a new version of Roger Smith, the electric version.
No! Cadillac does not need to cater to those who can’t afford their models. If you can’t afford it, go get yourself a Chevy. Just stop with the entitlement!
How’s a 4th generation sound to you?
Many people don’t realize that when it comes to luxury vehicles like these, the more you spend on fueling, maintenance & etc to maintain these vehicles. If anyone have to ask for a discount or deal, he or she can’t afford to maintain it in the first place.
I heard they not making any 22 Suv until January going to try and sell the 21’s being held for chips I hope this not true I’ve been waiting almost a year they cancel my 21 order so I was going to order a 22 since it was so late on the year but order books not open… are you all hearing anything
I don’t know about the 21’s but I ordered my 2022 Escalade ESV about 2 weeks ago. I ordered through a dealer I couldn’t do it on line. I will not get my Escalade till December or March of next year.
No need for discounts. Instead the wealthy can enjoy having their Escalade in the shop for failing lifters & bent pushrods.
Off topic I know, but you know what else was non existent in August…the supposed Celestiq unveil. Supposedly it was going to be unveiled in either July or August. Haven’t heard a peep about it since April I think?
If you shop in a different State, you can find a few deals out there. But you have to stay on top of it to find them. I’m waiting for the 22’s to come out. I only want the base luxury with 4×4.
Maybe buy a Suburban or Yukon… did you know they’re the same vehicle?