The 2021 Cadillac Escalade made its big debut in February, ushering in a brand-new generation replete with numerous updates and upgrades. Now, according to pricing information exclusively obtained by Cadillac Society, we have insight into the 2021 Escalade price structure.
Let’s start with the base-model Luxury trim, which will start at $76,195 with no options and not including the $1,295 destination fee (in fact, none of the prices listed include the destination charge). Up next is the new Sport trim level, which starts at $85,595 with no options. Sitting alongside the Sport in Cadillac’s Y trim level strategy is the Premium Luxury, which, when equipped with the Performance Package, starts at $85,695. To note, the Performance Package includes an Electronic Limited-Slip Differential, Magnetic Ride Control, and the Trailering Integration Package.
Critically, the 2021 Cadillac Escalade features the Platinum trim as an available package for both the Premium Luxury and Sport trims. With that in mind, the Premium Luxury Platinum and Escalade Sport Platinum both start at $101,745.
Note that all of the 2021 Escalade price info listed here is for RWD models, and does not include the destination charge. Also, this 2021 Escalade price info is for standard-length models, rather than the extended-length Escalade ESV.
As a reminder, the 2021 Cadillac Escalade offers brand-new exterior, an all-new interior, plus an new architecture that enables a new independent four-link rear suspension. Sizable 22-inch wheels are outside, while the cabin sports a massive curved organic LED display measured at 38 inches across the dash.
Two AKG-branded audio systems are available, including the standard 19-speaker system as well as the optional 34-speaker AKG Studio Reference system. The Super Cruise semi-autonomous driver system is optional, as is a head-up display and night vision. Safety tech includes standouts like Automatic Emergency Braking, Forward Collision Alert, Rear Pedestrian Detection, and front Pedestrian Detection.
Power is sourced from a standard naturally aspirated 6.2L V8, while a new turbodiesel 3.0L inline six-cylinder is also offered. A 10-speed automatic handles transmission duties across the board.
Rest assured, we’ll have plenty more about the 2021 Escalade price structure very soon, so stay tuned. In the meantime, make sure to subscribe to Cadillac Society for more Cadillac Escalade news and around-the-clock Cadillac news coverage.