The Cadillac Escalade is more than a car, it’s a part of popular culture. What do you need to know before you buy an Escalade? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
The 2015 Cadillac Escalade doesn't have an EXT pickup truck variant, but the hoonigans over at Monster Energy have gone ahead and slapped the Daddy Caddy's face on a full-size Chevy pickup to make their own. It's kind of awesome.
For me, the Cadillac Escalade has always been a bit of a guilty pleasure vehicle. This is a machine that I shouldn't like, but for some reason I'm oddly attracted to said vehicle. I once took a 900-mile road trip in a last-generation Escalade Platinum Hybrid. With four adults seated comfortably, the journey was a…
The roads of Russia appear to be a total anarchist state. Lanes are a suggestion. Safe following distances are non-existent.
With the RNC Convention just ending in Tampa, America's eyes have been opened to the aching beauty of a city lousy with strip clubs — but what about those of us stuck in cultural backwaters with hardly any strip-based institutions at all? Happily, there's an answer. Now any vehicle with a suitable tow hitch can become…
Unlike the Fisker Karma, some cars need outside help in order to catch on fire. Overnight, Romanian arsonists torched a Cadillac Escalade as a nearby camera watched.
John Hennessey's got this great shtick going where he takes his Frankenstein monsters and pits them against stock versions of cars we associate with performance. It's total nonsense, but how the hell do you not watch a twin-turbo Cadillac Escalade race a Nissan GT-R?
A Cadillac Escalade registered to Judge Gregory Mathis of daytime TV fame was involved in a single car accident inside a Detroit parking garage, leaving his nephew (possibly) in critical condition and the Judge with potential legal issues. [WXYZ]
Sometimes life isn't fair. Celebrities can afford to buy beautiful new Maseratis and Range Rovers. And what do they do? This year, they seem to be having a lot of problems with mountains.
Thieves love late-model Cadillac Escalades enough for them to rank as the most likely-to-be stolen vehicle in America. Professionals can take one in 14 seconds. Why? Some experts say General Motors skimped on a few key parts.
Your insurance agent likely prefers you drive a Corvette instead of a Mitsubishi Lancer. That's because, according to the IIHS, Lancer owners report the highest relative insurance losses. Corvette owners? The lowest. Here are the ten biggest insurance losers.
Retired linebacker Junior Seau drove his Cadillac Escalade off a cliff near Oceanside, California after being arrested for domestic assault. Seau survived, but photos show the car was crushed.
The Air Force's latest recruiting tool is a Cadillac Escalade-bodied monster truck designed to look like an A10-C Thunderbolt Warthog, complete with a t-shirt-shooting Gatling gun. Wasteful? Yes. Overbuilt? Yes. Awesome? Oh hell yes. God Bless the U.S. Air Force.
Police in suburban Indianapolis stopped Brandee Polak, 44, on Sunday evening after seeing her 2006 Cadillac Escalade driving erratically. Inside were seven children and eau de Budweiser; Polak later told police she drank six beers before hitting the road.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson came to Detroit last weekend pushing green jobs for the U.S. economy. On Monday, the Cadillac Escalade carrying him around the city was stolen and stripped. Does building replacement $1000 rims count as "green jobs?"
The Highway Loss Data Institute is out with new stats on which vehicles are most likely to be stolen. Bottom line? One out of every 100 Cadillac Escalades get stolen — and nobody steals the Toyota Prius.