Cadillac Escalade Discount Offers Non-Existent In February 20232
In February 2022, Cadillac Escalade discount offers remain non-existent as they have for well over a year now, for both the regular-length Escalade and extended-length Escalade ESV along with the performance-infused Escalade-V.
Cadillac Escalade Incentives
There are no Cadillac Escalade discount offers during the month of February, and no special financing or lease incentives either. Dealers started taking orders for the Escalade-V on May 19th, 2022, and production of all 2023 Cadillac Escalade models began on July 18th, 2022. The 2023 Cadillac Escalade is available to order via the online configurator tool, which allows prospective buyers to choose their preferred trim level, body style, exterior and interior colors, and options and features. Once the process is complete, the user can view a full pricing breakdown for their preferred build and also request a price quote from a local dealership for the vehicle.
Cadillac Escalade Pricing
For reference, here are the 2023 Cadillac Escalade trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs, which include a destination charge of $1,795:
- Luxury – $82,590
- Premium Luxury – $91,390
- Sport – $94,390
- Premium Luxury Platinum – $108,890
- Sport Platinum – $108,890
- Escalade-V – $152,490
2023 Escalade ESV
- Luxury – $85,590
- Premium Luxury – $94,390
- Sport – $97,390
- Premium Luxury Platinum – $111,890
- Sport Platinum – $111,890
- Escalade-V – $155,490
The 2021 Cadillac Escalade represented a complete overhaul (re-engineering and redesign) of the flagship SUV, and represents the fifth generation of the Escalade nameplate. The all-new model features pioneering technologies that add new dimension to the iconic luxury SUV. That includes 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.
The 2022 Cadillac Escalade offered a few updates and changes over the initial 2021 model year, including more standard safety features. The gasoline V8-powered models receive a new version of the GM 10-speed automatic transmission.
The 2023 Cadillac Escalade introduces the third model year for the latest fifth-generation luxury SUV, debuting a variety of important updates and changes. One of the biggest is the introduction of the 2023 Cadillac Escalade-V, a new high-performance variant that boasts the supercharged 6.2L V8 LT4 gasoline engine, rated at 682 horsepower and 653 pound-feet of torque. Output is routed through the same updated GM 10-speed automatic transmission and fed to a full-time four-wheel drive system, yielding a sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds. The 2023 Escalade also adds a new Surround Vision Recorder system.
The 2023 Escalade-V’s options list gets the Onyx Package originally available on non-V trims.
In November, the 2023 Escalade received another price hike, tacking on a $1,000 increase on all trims.
It also received expanded Super Cruise driving coverage, with select Escalade and Escalade ESV units being among the first to get this updated feature. Accessibility has been now been doubled to cover more than 400,000 miles of roads in the United States and Canada, up from the previous 200,000-plus miles. Furthermore, the 2023 Escalade now sees the return of the Brembo Performance Brake Package.
The Cadillac Escalade continues to beat key competitors, and this is in spite of the Cadillac Escalade average transaction price topping $111,000 in Q4 2022.
A refreshed 2024 Cadillac Escalade is coming, with production scheduled for this November. We expect the luxury SUV to receive a mid-cycle refresh with mild revisions to the front and rear fascias, while upgrading to the revised 3.0L LZ0 I6 turbodiesel Duramax. In addition, GM Authority spies have captured photos of prototypes testing a new antenna design.
Cadillac has EV plans as well for the Escalade. During last fall’s GM Investor Day presentation GM President Mark Reuss confirmed that a future, fully electric, full-size Cadillac SUV is on the way, which should be called the Cadillac Escalade IQ, while its extended-wheelbase variant should be the Escalade IQL. These large, all-electric SUVs are expected to debut sometime during the 2024 calendar year.
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What a shame! On February 6 my wife and I went to Findlay Cadillac in Las Vegas to test drive an Escalade ESV. After the test drive we discussed the models and trim levels. I gave him a build sheet I had made on the Cadillac website of a Platinum model. We told him that was the way we wanted it equipped. We discussed ordering and the wait time for delivery. My wife asked if they were adding to the sticker price of the vehicle. The salesman never flinched and said $20,000 add on to sticker price. I refused to be fleeced. So I guess we will drive our XT5 a while longer.
GM is still biting the hand that feeds them. Seems Mary GM CEO philosophy is to build less and charge much more. Having waited for more than a year for a Escalade build order from local Cadillac dealer only to hear it won’t be long now etc, etc. And checking out other dealers who have one and finding out they want 20 to 30k over MSRP of which GM does nothing to Cortel them. I’m sure they are loosing customers by the thousands. Let’s face it, Escalade (GM flagship) is a Chevy Tahoe or Suburban with a dressed up front and rear end with a better interior. It’s a 60K Chevy with a 50K markup. Basically ridiculous.