2010 Cadillac Escalade ESV Review

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Bengt Halvorson Bengt Halvorson Deputy Editor

The Escalade is virtually unbeatable for interior space, with lots of elbow and shoulder room, and the ESV makes the most of it. Compared to the standard-length Escalade, the ESV is about 20 inches longer, and more of its 14-inch-longer wheelbase goes straight to legroom in the second and third rows.

On the inside, the Escalade is virtually unbeatable for elbow and shoulder room thanks to its wide cabin. Seats are among the most ample and supportive of any vehicle we've seen, and in both models, the second row is nearly as comfortable as the first. In the ESV, the third row is quite roomy, though still a bit difficult to access.

Not much else in the 2010 Cadillac Escalade ESV is much different from the standard-length Escalade. Just like the Escalade, the ESV can be loaded up with luxury features, and the maximum tow rating is up to 7,800 pounds. One letdown for some is that the Cadillac Escalade Hybrid isn't offered in long-wheelbase ESV form.

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