Resources for the Repair and Maintenance of your 2007 Cadillac Escalade ESV
2007 Cadillac Escalade ESV
2007 Cadillac Escalade ESV Reviews
We have lived in Mexico ever since buying our ESV in July 2006. 95% of the gasoline burned has been PEMEX, Mexican gas. Almost of the service performed has been at a local Mexican garage. At 30,000 miles I started using "Mobile 1" for engine oil. The ESV has 128,000 miles. What a great vehicle. Most expensive repair was the replacing of the rear shocks. We not had any out of the ordinary repairs - shocks - brakes - tires. I would buy another in a heart beat.
One daytime running light burnt out and I was amazed at how much work the GM mechanic had to do to access the light socket. He even had to remove the grill and the fender liner which needless to say takes a lot of time and costs a lot for a cheap standard issue filament bulb. Since then one daytime driving light will be out and people will tell me about it but strangely it may come back on in a few days and a few days later the same or the alternate one will be out. I am not going to spend close to $200 again to change a bulb.