The New Escalade is one of the luxurious brands in our 2021 inventory. It comes with more advanced technologies than the GMC Yukon. It has enough space for cargo and can accommodate a maximum of seven passengers and is available in five trim levels, Luxury, Premium Luxury, Premium Luxury Platinum, Sport and Sport Platinum. Learn more about the new 2021 Cadillac Esclade and how it stands apart from other rivals like the Range Rover and the Navigator.


Like its rivals such as the Range Rover, Yukon, and the Navigator, the new Cadillac features a bold styling. The car has unique horizontal headlamps. It has 22-inch wheels that are standard across all the escalade trims.

The vehicle's taillights are vertical, and the lights contain an excellent signature with three-dimensional layers that have detailed finishes.


Unlike the Range Rover, Yukon, and the Navigator, the new Cadillac has an OLED screen. So, the cabin design includes a technological integration with several handcrafted details.

These features comprise three screens: the diagonal 7.2-inch touchscreen, a cluster display of 14.2-inch, and an infotainment screen of 16.9-inch. The 16.9-inch display is the largest ever, making the Escalade unique.

In terms of decor, the 2021 Escalade boasts quality speaker grilles. Also, the lighting is ambient, adding up to the executive interior. Additionally, there is an inclusion of the must-have optional soft-close doors.

The car's front seats are adjustable, and the car's interior is well ventilated. Plus, the seats are heated and can offer you and the passenger the relaxation and comfort of your desire during cold weather.

An ultra view sunroof is another thrilling component with this car. It gives the driver and all the occupants to panoramic scenery views.

The standard AKG system consists of a powered subwoofer and 19 speakers. Other tech features include the Studio Three-D Surround plus audio rendering.


The new Cadillac Escalade features two engines. They include the three-liter turbo-diesel and the standard 6.2-liter V8. Both engines combine with ten-speed automatic transmission to produce 420 hp and a torque of 460 lb.ft.

The Escalade has the same power range as the GMC Yukon and the Range Rover. However, the Navigator dual-EcoBoost V6 and a 3.5-liter turbo produce 450 hp and 510 lb.ft. Thus, the Navigator beats them all in terms of power as you commute from Jasper to Henderson, KY, .

Despite the slight difference in power, the new Escalade can tow up to 8,000 pounds, just like its rivals. Its prowess is commendable. Hence, this is a vehicle you would love to drive.

More to this, the Escalade features a standard tailoring package. Nevertheless, you can opt for a more advanced package for perfect performance. This vehicle's rear suspension is independent, allowing rear wheels to handle conditions of the road separately.

In addition to this, the damping system is very responsive. Its sensors can read the road, making damping rate shock adjustments instantly. As a result, there will be a reduction of vibrations and body roll.


These are features that assist the driver in operating the vehicle safely.

They include the following:

  • Rear View Camera
  • Lane-change Alert
  • Blind-Spot Monitor
  • Lane-departure Alert
  • The Auto-seatbelt Tightening
  • The HD Surround View Cameras
  • Front-pedestrian braking
  • Air Ride Suspension
  • The Independent Rear Suspension


The new Escalade could be your choice of car. Please browse our website for more information about this new vehicle. If you're in Newburgh or Owensboro, KY, contact Romain Cross Pointe Auto Park to book a test drive.

Disclaimer: The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price excludes tax, title, license, dealer fees and optional equipment. Dealer sets final price.

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