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The Cadillac Escalade ESV is a longer version of the Escalade. The ESV is a large, luxurious SUV that delivers performance and style. Classy and powerful, it looks great for a night on the town or can haul everything needed for a weekend getaway.
The ESV features a long wheelbase and an increase in total length, greatly enhancing third-row seat legroom and rear cargo space. Available as a 4x2 or 4x4 the Escalade ESV is powered by a 403-hp 6.2-liter V8 with Active Fuel Management and E85 compatibility, mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. Getting into the third row is easier with the ESV; its longer rear door provides a larger opening. Standard equipment includes a power liftgate, stability control, remote start, Bluetooth compatibility, a rear-view camera and side curtain airbags. Some options are Magnetic Ride Control and 22-inch chrome wheels. The Platinum Edition takes style and innovation to a whole new level with standard equipment such as LED headlights, power running boards, and a rear seat entertainment system with two monitors.
$90k 2013 Cadillac ESV Platnium AWD Walk Around and Tour
This is about the best SUV that money can buy! Check it out as we take you
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The Cadillac Escalade ESV is a longer version of the Escalade. The ESV is a
large, luxurious SUV that delivers performance and style. Classy and
powerful, it looks great for a night on the town or can haul everything
needed for a weekend getaway.
The ESV features a long wheelbase and an increase in total length, greatly
enhancing third-row seat legroom and rear cargo space. Available as a 4x2
or 4x4 the Escalade ESV is powered by a 403-hp 6.2-liter V8 with Active
Fuel Management and E85 compatibility, mated to a six-speed automatic
transmission. Getting into the third row is easier with the ESV; its longer
rear door provides a larger opening. Standard equipment includes a power
liftgate, stability control, remote start, Bluetooth compatibility, a
rear-view camera and side curtain airbags. Some options are Magnetic Ride
Control and 22-inch chrome wheels. The Platinum Edition takes style and
innovation to a whole new level with standard equipment such as LED
headlights, power running boards, and a rear seat entertainment system with
The 2013 Cadillac Escalade ESV carries over from 2012.
2012 Ford F150 SVT Raptor Tour
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What a ride!
Among the changes are some brighter paint colors and a more obnoxious —
some might call it stylish — graphics package and a few interior accents.
But the biggest changes come in the form of a front Torsen differential
and grille-mounted camera (with a tiny spray nozzle to wash away mud or
For the most part, the 2012 model still comes in just one flavor, sporting
the growly 6.2-liter V-8 with single overhead cam, two valves per cylinder
and aluminum heads. It's still rated at 411 horsepower and 434
pounds-feet of torque.
The Raptor's cab configurations continue to come in SuperCab (133-inch
wheelbase) and SuperCrew (145-inch wheelbase). The two models we drove in
Texas were SuperCrews — one Rowdy Red, the other Bolt Blue.
The front Torsen diff is by far the most significant change to the 2012
model, as it implies Ford is expanding the Raptor's performance parameters
to include slow-go 4x4 prowess. On the ranch loop course, we did several
slow-speed rock-hopping sections, some higher-speed open-field running, and
we went on a loose rock portion as it skirted the banks of a large stream.
The most striking characteristic of the extra front traction is how
invisible it is. You'll feel a slight tug when the cams ramp up on each
other inside the diff, for the most part, giving the wheel with traction a
bit more grip. The trail we were driving on wasn't an ideal proving ground,
but the feel of Torsen on our trail was more like locker in tractive pull,
but it never did feel the slightest bit heavy during cornering, like
We didn't have the benefit of airing down any tires, but we still made
short work of a loosely potholed 70-foot hill climb that had been damaged
by tire-spinning SUVs and full-size heavy-duty pickup trucks. (It probably
would surprise no one to discover that most auto writers are horrible
The extra traction was noticeable up the steep grade, but what surprised
the crud out of us (with plenty of hill-climbing experience in a new fully
lockered Ram Power Wagon) was when we had to make a sharp left at the top
of the climb, just before a wall of rock that we couldn't see out the
windshield but did see in the console navigation screen. The hard left was
easy and progressive, without any harsh steering-wheel feedback, just like
you'd expect on a flat, paved road.
The other interesting feature on the 2012 model is Ford's decision to
include a grille-mounted front camera. That alone is cool, but the way Ford
integrated the view into the steering-wheel toggles and information center
display seems to make sure no one will accidently flip on the camera on the
center console screen. In fact, the camera will go on only when in low
range and you must be moving slower than 15 mph. If you go faster, the camera defaults to the
previously chosen screen — nav, stereo, Sync, whatever you like — and
then comes right back to the front view when you slow down for the next
obstacle. The same depth and alignment lines that appear when you use the
backup camera also appear on the front camera: Blue lines tell you how your
vehicle will move forward, and yellow/orange lines tell you the distance
and direction the vehicle is pointed.
The system may sound complicated, but it gives drivers the very real
ability of knowing exactly what is under each corner of the massive hood,
something that had always been a mystery for Raptor drivers without a
spotter. In effect, the camera negates the need for a spotter because you
can see the approaching obstacles and see exactly where to place a tire to
keep your sheet metal out of harm's way. It's a simple piece of technology,
but it will definitely help you do less body damage to your truck. (Of
course, the obvious question is how many Raptor owners are really doing
that type of trail exploration.)
A high-pressure washer nozzle cleans the camera lens, but neither of the
larger headlamps has a wiper or washer nozzle. (Technology, some might
argue, is more important for the safety of the driver.) How well the camera
and sprayer survive harsh winters, rock chips and swarms of springtime
insects remains to be seen, but for now, the view from the Raptor driver's
seat — and the truck, all around — is just about the best it has ever
What does that mean to any challengers that might want to follow suit? Only
time will tell. In the meantime, the Ram Runner, Power Wagon, Jeep Wrangler
Rubicon (aren't they all from the same company?) and Toyota Tacoma TRD Baja
Series haven't responded with their own surround-view camera setups, but
we'll see. From where we sit, the Raptor looks to be the leader of this
high- and low-speed 4x4 parade. I think I smell another comparison test.
Any suggestions on where and what trails we should be thinking about? Let
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2012 Chevy Avalanche LTZ Tour (Flex Fuel)
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This classic may be one of my all time favorite truck designs. Having had
one in the family for a while now, I can say that the ride is great and
they are very functional. Great truck even for the price tag!
2013 Range Rover Evoque
Range Rover's new small SUV.
From the front, it looks like a hyper-aggressive SUV, albeit with a classy
Range Rover grille. From the back, it's trés butch with pronounced fender
flares and flush-fit twin Exhausts.
But it's from the side that the Evoque truly stands out. Looking like a
Range Rover Sport — complete with trademark clamshell hood and floating
roof — mated with an ultra-sleek Golf hatchback, the Evoque puts the
sport in utility vehicle as no SUV has before it.
I suspect Land Rover may get some flak for using Ford's latest EcoBoost engine, the 2.0-litre four-cylinder that
also powers the upscale version of Ford's Explorer. Land Rover need not
fret — this is Ford technology at its best. From just two litres and four
pistons, the Evoque squeezes 240 horsepower and 251
pound-feet of torque.
The Evoque retains Land Rover's Terrain Response system, which sees systems
such as the anti-lock brakes, traction control and vehicle stability
control tailor the response of the engine, gearbox and centre coupling to
the specific conditions. Four settings are offered — General Driving
(on-road and easy offroad); Grass/Gravel/Snow (slippery conditions, on-and
off-road); Mud and Ruts; and Sand — that offer set-it-and-forget-it
all-wheel-drive optimization. Also new on the Evoque is a Gradient Release
Control that progressively releases the brakes on steep hills.
Inside the Evoquet here's a surprising amount of room. Both four-door and
two-door models have generous rear-seat legand headroom, the four-door more
generous in this last regard because its roof is 35 millimetres higher.
That said, neither offers exceptional access to the rear seat. The
four-door's rear apertures are relatively small (a traditional Land Rover
weakness) and, of course, the coupe's ingress/egress is limited by the
There's no doubt that Range Rover has a hit on its hands. The Evoque,
particularly in coupe guise, is the sexiest thing out of Britain since
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2010 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid Platinum
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the hills of Hollywood, California or cruising next to South Beach in
It is a big luxurious SUV with twenty two inch wheel, leather everything,
and a gas and electric engine.
So how will this biggest and most luxurious of SUV's do when it is pushed
beyond what it was originally designed to do.
To find out I raced it against a monster truck---a remote control monster
truck to be exact.
The challenge was a simple one; to see which car would do better tacking
the rough and tough mountains and dirt roads of Colorado.
Watch the video below to see which car won the challenge. And as a bonus
take a look at the new of road sport that we created in the process: