We're not a huge fans of the Cadillac Escalade—it's luxurious sure, but it's also huge, cumbersome, and gaudy.
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Cadillac has long labored to brand itself as a slice of luxurious Americana: Cars that reflected their owners, owners that understood luxury, and luxury that carried an American passport.
If you've heard the hype from here to Katmandu, Cadillac built the ATS to take on the world.
There once was a time where American city roads were populated with big, long, Cadillac cars, with huge tail fins and enough chrome to make any semi-truck driver blush.