The 2021 Cadillac Escalade is fully redesigned with an array of changes. For one, it's longer than the previous Escalade and has more passenger room (particularly for the second- and third-row occupants) and cargo space. It also gets new technology features, including Cadillac's Super Cruise, which is one of the best semi-automated driving systems around, and a sharp-looking display that spans most of the dashboard. Underneath, there's a new independent rear suspension that provides a smoother ride than the previous solid-axle design. The Escalade's standard 6.2-liter V8 is pretty much a carryover, but there is a newly available turbocharged diesel V6 engine, which could be of benefit if you're planning on doing a lot of towing with your Escalade.
Is there a security deposit?
Yes, there is a refundable $1000 security deposit that is used (if necessary) to cover incidentals, late fees, and penalties.
What are the requirement?
Yes, there is a refundable $1500 security deposit that is used (if necessary) to cover incidentals, late fees, and penalties.