What's in store:
Supplies of the 2019 Escalade are good relative to demand. As usual, the upper-level Premium Luxury model makes up the bulk of dealer inventory.
The mid-level Luxury is harder to find, and the Standard model doesn't seem to exist. The line-topping Platinum remains rare and often commands a premium price.
The carryover 2020 Escalade continues arriving at dealers. It's still too new for any factory incentives, but that will change once of the 2019s sell down.
Current factory offers will remain in effect until October 31, 2019 and are available nationally unless otherwise noted.
Up to $14,000 off:
If you've been thinking about taking home a 2019 Escalade, now is definitely the time to do it.
Like last month, everyone gets an $8,000 factory rebate, but that's just for starters. There's also a hefty $3,000 conquest bonus for current customers of non-GM brands
In addition, most Cadillac dealers are offering in-house discounts of around $3,000. Add it all up, and you can save an incredible $14,000 on a new Escalade.
Leasing looks the same:
As before, you can lease a 2019 Escalade in Luxury 4WD trim from $799 for 27 months (10,000 miles a year) with $9,779 due at signing.
With an effective monthly cost of $1,161, which is similar to previous offers. This lease is rather expensive, even for a vehicle of this price. Purchasing makes more sense in light of the huge cash incentives.
There are no lease specials yet on the incoming 2020 Escalade.
Pay no interest:
In place of the cash offers, you can get 0% APR for 36 months on a 2019 Escalade. Cadillac also offers 0.9% for 72 months.