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2005 Cadillac Escalade Base Sport Utility 4-door 6.0l Awd Low Miles on 2040-cars

US $16,250.00
Year:2005 Mileage:98154
Location:

Jackson, Wyoming, United States

Jackson, Wyoming, United States

Please feel free to ask questions!  :)

This car is 9 years old, so it has a few little dings and scratches, carpet wear, seat wear etc but it is in very good condition!  I know that it seems that a 9-year old car would "look" older and have more than 100k miles on it, but this is the real deal.

Issues?  Only a few: 
  1. Light does not work on one of the buttons on the steering wheel.
  2. Rear wiper does not work.
  3. The car came with a system that would read the air pressure, but we purchased it used and it had big fancy after-market rims, which required the sensors to be removed.  I mention this because an orange warning light always shows that the tire pressure can't be read.  
Otherwise, no problems.  I would be comfortable sending my elderly aunt on a cross-country road trip in it!

Comes with summer and winter tire sets.

We have owned it for over 5 years, and have immediately had any issues serviced, regular oil changes etc.  We use Able Auto Mechanic 307-739-8960.  If you would like to hire them or another local mechanic in zip code 83001 to check it out, I would be happy to drop it off with them for a day. :)  

Listed for sale locally for $17,500.

We are also happy to pick you up from the Jackson Hole Airport (JAC).

We are selling it only because we purchased another newer Escalade.  We are really sold on this model!  :)

Free with purchase is a 2-hour private pistol shooting lesson from your choice of Shepard Humphries, founder of JH Shooting Experience or Lynn Sherwood, founder of High Caliber Women. 

Cadillac Escalade for Sale

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2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe priced from $37,995*

Thu, 15 May 2014 13:01:00 EST

Cadillac has released pricing details on its new-for-2014 ATS Coupe. The new model, which will be available with buyer's choice of a 2.0-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder or a 3.6-liter V6 (the ATS Sedan's base 2.5 won't be making the trip) can be had with optional all-wheel-drive in place of the standard rear-wheel setup, while customers can also snag a six-speed manual or six-speed auto.
Prices start at $37,995, which represents a $2,900 premium over the 2014 ATS Sedan (pricing on the 2015 four-door isn't available yet) with the same 2.0-liter engine. Still, the ATS Coupe starts at just over $2,500 less than a base BMW 428i, which is also less powerful and offers less standard equipment. The Caddy is also less costly than the Mercedes-Benz C250 Coupe, although only by about $200. It's even cheaper than the Audi A5, which starts at $38,105, but that model includes all-wheel drive as standard. It should be noted that these prices are without their respective destination charges (*$995 for the Caddy, $925 each for the BMW and the Mercedes and $895 for the Audi).
Unfortunately, Cadillac hasn't released any additional pricing information beyond what we have here, so we can't tell you how much things like all-wheel drive, an automatic transmission or the 321-horsepower V6 will cost. That makes it difficult to figure out just how reasonable the ATS Coupe will be relative to its challengers, but so far, the value equation looks to be in the car's favor. When those full details roll in, though, you know where to look. Scroll down for the official press release from Cadillac.

Cadillac CTS Vsport laps the N"urburgring in 8:14.10 [w/video]

Wed, 28 Aug 2013 13:59:00 EST

You don't have to be German to test your car at the Nürburging. You just have to be serious about beating the Germans on their own home turf. That's why Nissan tests its GT-R at the Nordschleife to challenge the Porsche 911, and why Cadillac - which is no less serious about putting up a fight to German performance sedans - has returned to the 'Ring once again with its latest.
This time it's the turn of the new CTS Vsport, the sportier version of Cadillac's new mid-range sedan that aims to bridge the gap until the arrival of the next CTS-V. So how'd it fare? At the end of what we're sure was an exhaustive test session, the new CTS Vsport clocked a time of 8:14.10.
To put that into context, General Motors points out that the time places the new sedan six seconds ahead of the first-gen CTS-V, whose 400-horsepower V8 engine was actually less potent than the Vsport's new 410hp 3.6-liter twin-turbo V6. That's still a good fifteen seconds slower than the outgoing CTS-V that clocked a 7:59 in 2009 with its 556hp supercharged V8, but only a second behind the E60-generation BMW M5 with its high-revving 500hp V10.

2015 Cadillac Escalade

Fri, 29 Aug 2014 12:00:00 EST

I have never liked traveling to Monterey, CA. The picturesque coastal city is about 300 miles from my home in Los Angeles, which means cramped and uncomfortable regional aircraft are part of the equation when the turnaround is only one night. Over the years, I have cursed the LA Basin's bumper-to-bumper traffic en route to the airport, argued with TSA personnel over carry-on baggage and waited countless hours for the fog to lift just for the anguish of being packed into a small regional jet for the flight. Of course, the process repeats on the trip home with equal misery.
Yet this time I am not suffering.
Cadillac has dropped its all-new 2015 Escalade in my driveway. Instead of battling city congestion, attempting to reason with misinformed government agents, snacking on a too-small bag of pretzels and physically rubbing shoulders with a dubious stranger for 90-plus minutes within the confines of a bumpy aircraft, I have chosen to forgo air travel and drive myself door-to-door in a fullsize luxury sport utility vehicle.