2002 Cadillac Escalade EXT Overview

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Pimp Daddy by Jesse
 — love the space although not the greatest on fuel hey then why would you have a caddy if you cant afford the fuel more to insure for it basically being a chey truck with a face lift so that is why when... Read More
Great For Showing Off. by AJKhdair
 — These types of vehicles are one of a kind. Very unique. Great for family trips. Has more than enough power to pull anything from a boat to a trailer. Handling feels like your driving a luxury sedan. O... Read More
Its Great For A Family Who Wants A Truck And A Car At The Same Time. by Sergio
 — It's great for trips handles like a car yet we can load it up like a truck and haul all types of stuff. Very comfortable on long trips. We are a family of four and we enjoy all the Space it offers. Read More

2002 Cadillac Escalade EXT Overview

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2002 Cadillac Escalade EXT

As part of Cadillac's reintroduction of the Escalade, the domestic automaker decided to add a unique new SUV-pickup truck to the lineup: the Escalade EXT.  This fresh new crossover brought a coy ruggedness that no one had seen in the model line that had always stressed pure style and luxury.  The 2002 Escalade EXT uses a 6.0 L, 345 hp V8 engine with 4 speed automatic transmission and comes in one trim: the AWD Crew Cab SB.  

Need room for your crew as you cruise around your block?  The Cadillac Escalade EXT provides plenty with 4 doors, 5 seats, and 120 cubic feet of passenger space.  As for pure pulling power, the Escalade EXT doesn't disappoint with its 7900 lb. towing capacity.  All that exertion comes at a price as this model only gets 12 mpg in the city and 15 on the highway.  Standard features include air conditioning, power windows, power door locks, power/leather seats, cd player, ABS brakes, traction control, and stability control.  Sunroof comes as an option.

So what do the experts have to say about the 2002 Cadillac Escalade EXT?  Pretty much what you'd expect in any assessment of an Escalade: smooth handling, premium comfort and style with gas guzzling tendencies and little to no blue collar carrying capabilities.  The Escalade EXT won't win any accolades from the landscaping industry but its sleek comfort should win it 'best in show' around your neighborhood for years to come.


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