Is this the best car to bling up ?

Asked by Sep 15, 2008 at 05:37 PM about the 2008 Cadillac Escalade AWD

Question type: Car Customization

yes or no

13 Answers

355

i think the caddy EXT would be a better choice... and by 'bling' up, you are going to do absolutely nothing to performance and just slap chrome all over it and low profiles with 22's?

280

Nah, Chrysler 300c!

15

No Navigator would be 10 times better

3,235

no offense but navigators are horribly made vehicles for the price they cost

15

I beg to differ the only cars that I have ever broken down in are GM products never a Ford product

10,485

LMAO, all cars break, but if anyone had a bad track record, it would be FORD. Why do you think people made up all those variations for what FORD meant.

10,485

Car? Mercedes SLR Suv? Range Rover Sport Truck? Hummer H2 SUT Just my calls. Opinions all vary.

15

If Ford has such a bad record why is it that a majority of abulance comanys use Ford Chassies and a majority of police departments use Crown Vics and a majority of Fire Companys use superduties. Also I have been around many construction sites and many construction workers and about 85 percent of them prefer Ford Trucks over the competitors. Dont get me wrong I see other trucks like Dodges and Chevys on construction sites to but they are mostly personal vehicles sitting in the parking lots looking pretty. The Fords are the ones doing the work on the sites and taking what ever can be thrown at them.

10,485

I really hate to burst your bubble, but what brand vehicles emergency and police services mostly depend on the precincts, has nothing to do with quality, all politics. Each state has approved vendors they can use, the lowest bidder wins. Tells you something if Ford is primary vehicle of choice in your area. Also I am not here to debate you, but Ford does hold the top 3 spots for the most recalled vehicle. Reliability? Everybody has favorites, my personal is Chevrolet, I know they have a tendency to leak over time, but they are cheap and reliable horsepower. That is why the majority of cars in the NHRA league are Chevy. Also, Chevrolet has won more races in the SCCA and NASCAR leagues as well. Personally I like Ford, beats a Jap import any day.

15

cadillac escalade

15

Navigators are garbage u dont know shit

15

Nice bud

95

I think an older Cadillac like the 70's Fleetwood Brougham would be nicer to "bling out" They just look more classy.

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