If you need to carry more cargo than your Cadillac Escalade’s spacious cabin can hold, consider a Transporter Combi™ hitch-mounted or roof-mounted cargo box by Thule. You can also outfit your Escalade with carriers for skis, kayaks, or bikes.
Ready for adventure.
If you want to take a walk on the wild side, you don’t have to rough it. The Cadillac accessory shop offers a variety of tents for your next outdoor adventure. Available options include rooftop tents and models that mount to the back of your Escalade’s cargo bay.
Protect the interior.
Protect your Escalade’s luxurious interior with stylish and durable all-weather floor liners. Cadillac offers these tailor-made liners in a variety of colors, each coordinated to match your Escalade’s elegant interior.
Crack down on clutter.
With 25.5 cubic feet behind the back-row seats — and a maximum of 121 cubic feet — it’s only natural to want some storage solutions for your Escalade’s cargo bay. Luckily, Cadillac offers a variety of organization tools, including a Cadillac-branded flexible folding cargo organizer, a carpeted cargo area mat with an integrated cargo bin, and a vertical cargo net to help keep your belongings in place.
You can find all of these versatile accessories — and more — at Wilson Cadillac in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
One of the many reasons families choose large SUVs is for the expansive cargo space. However, some SUVs don’t offer as much space as others. One of the most spacious SUVs for the 2021 model year is the Buick Enclave. It is so spacious, U.S. News included it in its list of the 13 SUVs With the Most Cargo Space in 2021.
Many three-row SUVs have limited cargo space, especially with the seats in place. This isn’t the case with the Enclave. Not only do passengers have plenty of room in all three rows, but there is also ample cargo space behind the third row. With the seats in place, the Enclave offers 23.6 cubic feet for cargo. That’s enough for everyone to pack an overnight bag or for your next large shopping spree.
To gain more cargo space, you can lower both the second and third rows. The Enclave comes with 58 cubic feet of cargo space behind the second row and an impressive 97.6 cubic feet behind the first row. That space will help you out on moving day or come in handy for the materials on your next DIY project.
Thanks to its 60/40-split folding third row and foldable second-row seats, the Enclave boasts an impressive, versatile interior that you can adjust to fit your needs. Explore the Buick Enclave in person at Wilson Buick GMC in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
If reliability is a top priority for your family’s next daily driver, consider the GMC Acadia and Yukon. These two models recently made U.S. New & World Report’s Most Reliable 3-Row SUVs in 2021 list.
The publication praised the 2021 Acadia for its Great predicted reliability rating, based on J.D. Power consumer data compiled for this model year. U.S. News judges commented on the model’s generous dimensions for front and second-row passengers. They also commended the Acadia’s reputation for safety and efficiency, two qualities that complement this SUV’s family-friendly nature.
The 2021 Yukon was another GMC that ranked highly on the U.S. News list. Similar to the smaller Acadia, this model achieved a Great predicted reliability rating, based on consumer data from J.D. Power. The eight-passenger Yukon has copious room for passengers and possessions. And the 2021 version boasts more third-row legroom and cargo space than the previous model year, to keep larger families even more comfortable on the road.
Besides the peace of mind that comes from these two model’s reliability ratings, the Acadia and Yukon also come with solid warranties as you and your family enjoy the early years of your new SUV. Both the 2021 Acadia and Yukon come with the brand’s five-year/60,000-mile warranty, as well as a three-year/36,000-mile warranty. Though, per U.S. News, the provisions for this second warranty differ a bit depending on which SUV you pick.
When equipped with this appearance package, your 2022 Cadillac CT4 will ride on 20-inch alloy wheels with Polished and Dark Android Gloss finish. Up front, it adds an eye-catching Bright grille. And exclusively on the Luxury trim level, it sports sleek, monochromatic Cadillac badges.
In addition to its head-turning good looks, the 2022 Cadillac CT4 comes standard with a 2.0-liter inline-four engine that pumps out 237 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. If you’re looking for bigger thrills, upgrade to the available turbocharged 2.7-liter inline-four. It unleashes 310 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque. And to top it off, it adds the exclusive 500T badge to your vehicle.
The CT4 isn’t the only Cadillac to offer the Radiant Package. You can also opt for these stylish accents on the 2021 Cadillac Escalade, the 2021 Cadillac XT4, and the 2021 Cadillac XT6.
If you want to take your 2022 Cadillac CT4 to the next level, outfit it with the Radiant Package, available at Wilson Cadillac in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Responsive brakes are essential for staying safe on the road. Here’s how you can spot the signs that your Cadillac needs new brakes. Then bring your Cadillac model into the Wilson Cadillac service center in Stillwater, Oklahoma, so our factory-trained technicians can install your new set of brakes.
Listen for odd sounds.
If you hear a grinding or
squealing sound when you hit the brakes, it typically means that your vehicle’s
disc and calipers are grinding against each other. If left untreated, it could
lead to costly repairs — and diminish your ability to brake properly. Instead
of taking chances with your car (and your safety), have your Cadillac inspected
at the Wilson Cadillac service center.
Soft or hard brakes.
Spongy or excessively firm
brakes point to an issue in your vehicle’s brake line. There could be a leak
that needs to be addressed. Instead of trying to repair this vital system
yourself, leave it to the experts.
Shaky braking could indicate that your car’s rotors are
warped. This vibration can occur when the brake pads can’t get a good grip on
the rotor. However, it could point to your vehicle being out of alignment.
Regardless of the cause, it’s a good indicator that your car needs to be
inspected by factory-trained Cadillac technicians.
If you notice any of these issues with your car’s brake system, schedule a visit with the expert technicians at the Wilson Cadillac service center in Stillwater, Oklahoma.