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Cadillac Club : 2000 Cadillacs: 2009 Cadillac

Cadillac Escalade Black Or White 

2009 Cadillac Hybrid Escalade

There are many choices in life but when it comes to the new Cadillac Escalade you have a choice of black or white. I have seen both up close and I prefer the black one.

The glossy finish on the black one really makes the SUV stand out. I am thankful that Jen and Dave sent these pictures in from the auto show in Denver Colorado.

If you notice the headlights on the 2009 Cadillac Escalade are way different then the old headlights. The new headlights are LCD and are much brighter then the old lights. They also use less power and will last longer, according to what I have read about them.

That is not the best feature though, that would have to be the new hybrid engine.

With the price of gas going up almost every other day it is smart of Cadillac to start thinking about the cost of powering these big car/truck. I am sure that GM will be adding hybrid engines to all there models from now on.

I attended the New York auto show and actually got the chance to see both models and talk to the representatives from Cadillac. They were very nice and gave me a bunch of brochures all about Cadillac.  

I enjoyed the talk that I had with them and it looks like Cadillac is making an effort to make powerful engines with alternative power in mind. They also had a hydrogen powered car called the Provoq that even had solar panels to power the accessories. It looks like a station wagon and I am sure if they put a regular 6 cylinder engine in it today it would be a big seller.

Cadillac Escalade Rims

The stock rims on the Escalade were actually pretty cool. I was impressed by the simplicity of the design. I am sure it looks cool as it is going down the street.

It really made the Escalade stand out and it was the very first thing I noticed as I approached the vehicle.

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