Autotrader Find: Stretched 2016 Cadillac Escalade ESV for $120,000

If the regular Cadillac Escalade isn’t quite enough for you, this 2016 model might be what you’re looking for. That’s because this Escalade ESV has been stretched, offering added luxury, additional seating and a lot of other high-end features and touches.

Starting on the outside, it’s clear to see that this Escalade has been transformed from the size of a standard Escalade to a larger, longer version, with a stretch in the middle and a higher roof — likely to accommodate taller passengers or an entertainment system. It’s a distinctive look — and one that makes clear there’s some luxury hiding inside.

And, indeed, the interior is pretty special. There’s a 3-person bench seat behind the front seats, facing backwards, with a huge television mounted on the partition between the rear passenger area and the front seats. There are also two bucket seats in the far back, facing the television, with a big divider between the seats that includes tray tables and possibly more.

In back, there are also some other luxury items wrapped in diamond-stitched leather, including what appears to be a refrigerator. There’s also a switch panel in the rear passenger area with a host of controls, including controls for things like "MUSIC LIGHTS," "FLOOR LIGHTS" and "MOOD LIGHTS" — all very appealing.

This Escalade surely cost a lot of money to build, but it’s a surprisingly good bargain now, two years later: with just 2,400 miles on it, it’s listed for just $120,000 at Coast to Coast Imports in Fishers, Indiana, near Indianapolis.

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