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Limit Pushing - Cadillac Escalade 0-60 Test
For everyone who is about to leave a comment saying that a stock Escalade
can make a 0-60 time under 7 seconds...just show me the proof.
There are several claims that the Escalade ESV can reach 60 in 7 seconds,
but we couldnt get this ESV to do that.
403 @ 5700
417 @ 4400
Premium Large Sport-utility Vehicle
In 1998 Ford launched the Lincoln Navigator into the automotive market. GM
quickly devised a response to the Navigator and in 1999 GM introduced the
first generation of the Escalade. The original Escalade was launched with
the 5.7 L Vortec 5700 V8 at 255 hp engine and Autotrac selectable 4x4. Over
the years the Escalade became infamous for having almost identical designs
as the Chevrolet Tahoe, GMC Yukon and Yukon Denali. GM did not produce a
2001 Escalade but instead redesigned the SUV for the 2002 model year. In
2004 the Escalade received many different changes to the luxury of the
vehicle including optional 20 inch rims, XM satellite radio, second-row
bucket seats, and a tire pressure monitoring system. In 2005 a Platinum
edition of the Escalade was introduced. The Platinum edition featured
heated and cooled cup holders, 20 inch chrome wheels, moon roof, three DVD
screens, and chrome accents on the steering wheel and grille.
In 2007 the Escalade underwent another remodeling. The 2007 Escalade's
engine is an all-aluminum 6.2 L Vortec V8. This pushrod engine includes
variable valve timing, a first in a mass-produced non-overhead cam engine.
The engine produces 403 hp (23 hp more than the GMC Yukon Denali) and 417
lbs of torque. The Escalade comes with a six-speed 6L80 automatic