Find the 2010 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid near Bridgewater, New Jersey at our NJ Cadillac dealership. Compared to other luxury SUVs, the Escalade Hybrid’s fuel economy makes it a standout, and holds its own when it comes to performance and a roomy interior. Come visit our Cadillac dealership serving Bridgewater to test-drive this great SUV today!
According to most reviewers, the 2010 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid has almost identical styling to the conventional Escalade – and that’s a good thing. The Escalade hybrid maintains its over-the-top good looks with the distinctive, powerful grille, the giant wheels, and the sharp chiseled lines along the body. Every line is drawn to denote power.
The conventional Escalade is known for its roomy and luxurious interior, and the Escalade Hybrid continues that trend. The interior is packed with luxury finishes and high-tech gear. There are two main differences between the regular and hybrid Escalade’s interiors: because of its battery pack, the hybrid cannot be equipped with second-row captain’s chairs, and the hybrid includes a digital readout to help drivers track how efficient their driving is.
We know that Bridgewater shoppers have waited for the 2010 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid and we want to let them know that it is now available here at Crown Cadillac, a top NJ Cadillac dealer.
This premium large SUV delivers fuel economy comparable to many smaller crossover SUVs with no sacrifice in passenger or cargo capacity. This hybrid can get 20 miles per gallon in city driving; that’s 8 miles more than the gas-only Escalade and more than a 50 percent increase in fuel efficiency. Here’s another way to look at it: the big engine on the Escalade sips fuel around town better than most V-6 midsize sedans.
Compared to most early and smaller hybrids, the Escalade sacrifices very little. Its total power is 369 horsepower and 380 pounds-feet of torque, compared to the regular model’s 403 hp and 417 pounds-feet, and its payload is down only 241 pounds, to 1,369 pounds.
Acceleration is quick and smooth. When you need power, such as merging onto the highway, it’s there. When you don’t need it, such as stop-and-go rush hour, the Escalade cleverly hides it.
The Cadillac Escalade Hybrid earns excellent scores in government crash tests. The Escalade Hybrid earns five out of five stars for driver and front and rear passenger protection in both front and side-impact crash tests.
Reviewers are impressed with the high-tech safety features on the Escalade Hybrid. The SUV boasts a full complement of airbags, stability control, a parking system, and a blind-spot alert system.
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