The Porsche Cayenne will be a hit with tall drivers and their front seat passengers, since it has greater front head- and legroom than the Cadillac Escalade Hybrid.
You'll be making about the same number of stops at the gas station with the Cadillac Escalade Hybrid as you will with the Porsche Cayenne, as they are both able to travel similar distances on a tank of gas.
There are a lot of factors to consider when calculating the overall cost of a vehicle. The main consideration is Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). When looking only at MSRP, the Cadillac Escalade Hybrid will have less of an impact on your bank account than the Porsche Cayenne. Another consideration is the Destination Charge, which is a standard charge for transporting the vehicle to the dealer from where it's built. Both the Cadillac Escalade Hybrid and the Porsche Cayenne have similar Destination Charges.
Since the Cadillac Escalade Hybrid is much wider than the Porsche Cayenne, finding a wide enough spot in a parking lot may be a bit more challenging. If you go with the Cadillac Escalade Hybrid, you may be circling the block looking for a space large enough to park more often than with the Porsche Cayenne.
With its lower torque engine, the Cadillac Escalade Hybrid doesn't do as good a job transmitting power to its wheels as the Porsche Cayenne.
The Cadillac Escalade Hybrid has the same turning radius as the Porsche Cayenne, so they both maneuver the same in and out of tight spots.
In terms of towing capacity, the Porsche Cayenne is clearly the choice over the Cadillac Escalade Hybrid for pulling heavy loads. When it comes to horsepower, the Cadillac Escalade Hybrid has a lot less horsepower than the Porsche Cayenne.
Soccer Moms and those who need to chauffeur around a lot of people will appreciate the Cadillac Escalade Hybrid more than the Porsche Cayenne, due to its significantly greater seating capacity. With the Cadillac Escalade Hybrid, you'll be able to haul more equipment or luggage than the Porsche Cayenne.
The Cadillac Escalade Hybrid comes with essentially the same basic warranty as the Porsche Cayenne.
Compare the 2013 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid and the 2014 Porsche Cayenne.
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MSRP*: $74,425 - $86,420
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MSRP*: $49,600 - $146,000
|Cash Back Rebate:||Up to $3,000||Visit Rebate Center|
|Low APR Loan:||--||As low as 2.49%|
|Lease Incentive:||--||As low as 4.80%|
|City MPG:||20||14 - 20|
|Highway MPG:||23||20 - 29|
|Seating Capacity:||8 - 8||5 - 5|
|Basic Warranty:||4 years/50,000 miles||4 years/50,000 miles|
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|Invoice*:||$69,587 - $80,803||--|
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