2021 Cadillac Escalade Prices and Deals
The totally redesigned 2021 Escalade continues flowing into dealers nationwide. Supplies should reach adequate levels in the next few weeks. Demand is brisk, and pricing could be on the high side for much of model year. The 2021 Escalade comes with the latest version of Cadillac's Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving system. There are no factory purchase offers of any kind yet.
The mid-level Premium Luxury model makes up the bulk of dealer inventory. The entry-level Luxury is much harder to find. The plush Premium Luxury Platinum is somewhat rare and often commands full price. The latest Escalade also comes in two Sport trims.
Current factory offers will remain in effect through March 1, 2021 and are available nationally unless otherwise noted. No enhancements are expected for Presidents' Day.
Lease: From $1,029 for 36 months
Once again, the 2021 Escalade in Premium Luxury 2WD trim starts at $1,029 for 36 months (10,000 miles a year) with $4,489 due at signing
The effective monthly cost works out to $1,154, which is rather expensive, even for this price class. Terms will certainly improve in the months head, but we don't expect to see anything remarkable this year.
Rebates: Too soon for cash offers
Since the 2021 Escalade is all-new and still arriving, there are no factory rebates available. It could be several months before we see anything that's available to all buyers.
It's likely that Cadillac will roll out a loyalty and/or conquest bonus this spring in the neighborhood of $1,500.
Finance: See dealers for APR options
There are no promotional rates yet on the 2021 Escalade.
If tradition holds, financing offers will start in the spring, perhaps at 1.9% for 60 months. For now, you can probably find favorable rates through local dealers.
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