2009 Escalade Hybrid Achieves 25% Fuel Economy Consumption
What could possibly make the Escalade experience even better? An overall 25% improvement in fuel consumption. GM's advanced two-mode hybrid technology featured in the Escalade hybrid is expected to deliver a fuel consumption improvement of up to 32% in the city 25% in combined driving* while retaining all of its utility and amenities.
Offered as a total luxury package, the Escalade hybrid has a starting MSRP of $93,450 and features a comprehensive suite of premium comfort, convenience and safety amenities. Its cutting-edge hybrid technology enables driving at low speeds on electricity alone and it also allows the engine to operate on just half of its cylinders for longer periods, returning exceptional fuel economy in both city and highway driving.
"Cadillac is the only luxury brand offering a hybrid in this segment," said Marc Comeau, vice president of sales, service and marketing for GM Canada. "The Escalade hybrid continues the roll out of our award-winning two-mode hybrid technology, which dramatically reduces fuel consumption and emissions and will be featured on more GM models in the up coming months."
Official Ride of the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) From film galas to exclusive parties, Hollywood's elite will arrive in style in an all-new 2009 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid. Cadillac will also honour the highest-rated film with the 2008 Cadillac People's Choice Award.
General Motors of Canada (GMCL) is engineering and manufacturing advanced environmental technologies ranging from Active Fuel Management (cylinder deactivation) and hybrid systems to E85 biofuel and fuel cell vehicles – more than any other auto company right here in Canada. Headquartered in Oshawa Ontario, GMCL employs more than 15,000 people nationwide. GM of Canada manufactures vehicles, vehicle powertrains, and markets the full range of General Motors vehicles and related services through 732 dealerships and retailers across Canada. Vehicles sold through this network include Chevrolet, Buick, Pontiac, GMC, Saturn, Hummer, Saab and Cadillac.