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.
If you’re looking to hit the road for some family fun, the Sooner State offers plenty of breathtaking views and exciting attractions for your next weekend getaway. Here’s a look at three scenic Oklahoma drives to take this fall.
You can’t go wrong with a classic trip along Route 66. This road
stretches across 400 miles of Oklahoma’s countryside, from Quapaw to Texola.
Along the way, you’ll encounter a host of quirky roadside attractions, quaint
communities, and one-of-a-kind hotels, dining spots, and entertainment venues.
Mountain Pass Scenic Byway
Follow this 23-mile scenic drive for a glimpse of Oklahoma’s
untamed beauty. Explore the Ouachita Mountains and the Winding Stair Mountain
National Recreation Area via U.S. Highway 259. There are even turnouts along
the route, so you can easily pull over and snap some scenic pics with your
Cherokee Hills Byway
This 88-mile adventure through Oklahoma’s picturesque
landscape will take you from Highway 10 to U.S. Highway 412. You’ll pass by
numerous picture-worthy landmarks, such as the Illinois River, flanked by
soaring blue-gray sone and some of the lushest fall foliage the Sooner State
has to offer.
Before you hop on the highway, make sure your vehicle is ready for a road trip. Bring it to the experts at the Wilson Cadillac service center in Stillwater, Oklahoma, for a comprehensive checkup and state-of-the-art maintenance.
One of the most impressive innovations that Cadillac has produced in recent years is Super Cruise™. This groundbreaking hands-free driving system allows select models to practically drive themselves on compatible roads across the United States.
Until now, Super Cruise™ has only been available on select new Cadillac models like the CT6. Going forward, Cadillac will equip more models in the lineup with Super Cruise™ operating functions. A recent announcement has also revealed that Super Cruise™ will have new capabilities and these will become widely available in the coming months.
The latest wave of models with Super Cruise™ includes the 2022
Escalade SUV, CT4 compact sedan, and CT5 midsize sedan. The brand-new Cadillac
LYRIQ electric SUV will also have Super Cruise™ when it debuts for the 2023
In addition to wider availability, this rollout will also
add additional functions to Super Cruise™ that weren’t offered previously. These
include the ability to activate Super Cruise™ when towing a trailer, automatically
changing lanes at optimal times, and viewing an improved navigation display.
Many major highways and interstates in Oklahoma can be
traversed with Super Cruise™. So, if you enjoy taking road trips from
Stillwater to New England, you may benefit from having Super Cruise™ in your
Super Cruise™ is one of the many ways that Cadillac designs
its vehicles to be luxurious and innovative. Learn more about this driving
technology when you visit Wilson Cadillac.
The 2021 Cadillac XT4 and XT5 are both small SUVs with eye-catching styles as well as tons of luxury features and conveniences. Despite their similarities, they have plenty of differences too, which may make one a better option for your family than the other.
If a spirited performance is important to you, both the XT4 and XT5 deliver. Both models offer AWD to have improved handling in different weather and road conditions. They also have the same base engine: the 2.0-liter Turbo. However, the XT5 also lets you upgrade to a more powerful option: the 3.6-liter V6, which delivers 310 horsepower and 271 lb-ft of torque.
The 2021 XT4 and XT5 each have two spacious rows of seating for up to five passengers. However, the XT5 has slightly more cargo room than the XT4. While the XT4 has 48.9 cubic feet of cargo volume, the XT5 has 63 cubic feet.
Each model has no shortage of safety technologies, like standard Automatic Emergency Braking, Forward Collision Alert, and Front Pedestrian Braking. The XT5 also has a few more available driver-assist features than the XT4, such as Night Vision, but you’ll still have peace of mind in both models.
Check out both the 2021 Cadillac XT4 and XT5 at Wilson Cadillac in Stillwater, Oklahoma, to discover which one can best suit your needs.
When you are looking for the ultimate in luxury, Cadillac is the go-to brand. The 2021 Cadillac Escalade and XT6 are both comfortable, luxury SUVs packed with the latest innovations. To decide which one is right for you, check out how these models differ.
The Escalade is ideal if you are looking for power. It comes with a 6.2-liter V8 engine that delivers a whopping 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque. You can also choose the 3.0-liter Turbo-Diesel that’s both efficient and strong.
The XT6 is no slouch either with a 2.0-liter Turbo four-cylinder that delivers 237 horsepower and an available 3.6-liter V6 that produces 310 horsepower. However, the Escalade still has a bit more powerful punch.
Both the XT6 and the Escalade offer premium amenities and technologies to make for more enjoyable rides, though the Escalade offers slightly more advanced features. The Escalade comes standard with a 19-speaker AKG™ Studio audio system and offers a system with 36 speakers.
On the other hand, the XT6 comes standard with the Bose® premium eight-speaker audio system and is available with a 14-speaker system. The Escalade alone also has the innovative Cadillac OLED display that shows music, navigation, and more.
The 2021 XT6 does have a more affordable starting price than the Escalade. As such, if you want a budget-friendly SUV that’s still a luxurious family hauler, choose the XT6. If you want a more powerful and technologically advanced SUV, the Escalade is ideal. Learn more about each model by contacting Wilson Cadillac in Stillwater, Oklahoma.