The 2021 Cadillac Escalade comes with nice-looking wheels from the factory, but the automaker also offers three dealer-installed LPO-level accessory wheels to buyers who want to personalize the look of the SUV a little bit. Unfortunately, two of these available 22-inch wheels for the 2021 Escalade have now been taken off the order books by Cadillac for an undisclosed period of time.
Both of the following LPO level wheels for the full-size luxury SUV will no longer be available to order for the time being:
- 22-inch 12-Spoke Chrome alloy wheels (RPO SET)
- 22-inch Multi Spoke Polished alloy wheels with Dark Android Gloss Finish (RPO SEY)
It’s not clear whether or not these wheels if will be available to order for the 2021 model year Escalade in the future. The good news is that those customers that want to order a 22-inch RPO-level wheel for their 2021 Escalade can still order the 12-Spoke Gloss Black finish alloy wheels (RPO SSX) at the moment. These wheels have the same design as the 12-Spoke Chrome alloy wheels, but have a Gloss Black finish instead of a Chrome finish.
All three of the available dealer-installed 22-inch wheels for the 2021 Escalade cost $1,995 USD and come with all-season tires. Cadillac also offers locking wheel nuts as an accessory for $75, which wouldn’t be a bad idea for customers to order with these $2,000 wheels.
Pricing for the 2021 Escalade in entry-level Luxury trim starts at $77,490, while the extended-length Escalade ESV starts at $80,490. Slotting above the base Luxury trim are the Premium Luxury and Sport trim levels, conforming to Cadillac’s consistent Y-trim level strategy. Production takes place at the Arlington Assembly plant in Texas.
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Interesting to know what is the take rate as a percentage for dealer installed rims vs. factory?