Better gas mileage than the regular Escalade.
Impressive towing capacity.
Strong engine with great acceleration.
Seating for eight is available.
Captain’s chairs are incredibly comfortable.
OnStar subscription is included for first year.
Sophisticated exterior styling.
Smooth ride is provided due to its four-wheel independent suspension.
Ability to travel as electric-only with light loads and at low speeds, resulting in a peaceful cabin.
Cylinder deactivation system is flawless and barely noticeable.
With both rear seats out, there is 109 cubic feet of cargo space.
High-quality materials used throughout cabin.
Third row seat is not practical for adults.
Cargo space is nearly non-existent with third row seat in place.
Third row seat does not fold flat, so it needs to be removed for bulky items.
Adding the 22-inch wheels compromises ride quality.
Long braking distance.
Controls and dash layout could be more modern.
Regenerative braking system feels odd.
Four-wheel drive is not standard, and all-wheel drive is not available.
Front seats and seatbelts don’t work well together; seatbelts are too low and seats are too high.
No cloth option is available.