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Cadillac, who is owned by GM is considered to be America's most prestigious domestic luxury automaker. Although the company originated out of comfortable sedans, they have expanded in the last few years, in order to attract younger customers. At this, they have been successful, as their lineup includes SUVs, trucks, and convertibles. Cadillac was founded by Henry Martyn Leland in 1902. He helped to create one of the earliest Cadillac, the Osceola, which has been called the first closed-body car made in America. Only one Osceola was made, but it helped spark a trend; closed bodies caught on and spread like wildfire through the industry. Cadillac was successful early on, with high standards and precise craftsmanship.

They were purchased by General Motors in 1909, and were considered to be GM's luxury car division. This innovative company has had many firsts, including the first U.S. manufacturer to produce a V8, the first to use thermostatic control of a cooling system, and the first to offer dash-controlled headlights. During the 1930s they even produced V12 and V16 engines. Shortly after World War II, when tail finned vehicles became popular, the Coupe de Ville and Fleetwood El Dorado made Cadillac ‘the’ vehicle to have in high-class neighborhoods. The 1970s, with a gas crunch, the company experienced a down trend. Their huge gas hogging that previously ruled, were now out of style. Cadillac followed the times and scaled down many in their. The Seville and the Cimarron were introduced in the ‘80s. They also launched new V8s. Yet this decade was a disappointment, as many of the engines were considered to be unreliable.

With a loss in popularity and customers, Cadillac's reign seemed to have been lost. But by the 2000s a redesign and bold new look reinvigorated the company's sales, and it was able to introduce its first SUV, the Escalade. Improvement in performance, fresh styles, and new models has helped Cadillac redeem its name, and it remains known today as a high class luxury auto maker.

About Utah Used Used Cadillac's

The Cadillac Escalade is a full-size luxury SUV. This used car is available with a high-performance 6.0-liter V8, all-wheel drive, and GM's latest technology. All-wheel-drive and rear-wheel-drive versions are unique to each other, as they use different engines and transmissions. The used 2WD uses GM's Vortec 5300, a 5.3-liter overhead-valve V8, producing 285 horsepower and 325 foot-pounds of torque. AWD Escalades use a high-performance version of GM's 6.0-liter Vortec 6000, and this engine produces 345 horsepower and 380 foot-pounds of torque. It is connected to a heavy-duty version of the same automatic transmission. This used SUV is loaded with high technology. All Cadillac’s come standard with the OnStar communications system and the Escalade has Personal Calling (allows drivers to make hands-free, voice-activated calls). The standard equipment that comes with this used car is extensive. It include leather seats with Zebrano wood interior trim, power heated 10-way adjustable front seats, Bose audio system with six-disc CD, rear seat audio controls with earphones, StabiliTrak (electronic stability control), Heavy Duty Package (the works), Ultrasonic Rear Parking Assist, a warning beeper; and removable lightweight third-row seats; it’s a lot. With so many standards, options on the used car are limited; White Diamond paint and power glass sunroof. The 2004 Escalade retails for $158,330 to $17,284, and it gets 17 to 17 miles per gallon.