New security features protect the 2012 Pine Belt Cadillac Escalade

Owning a new Cadillac gives a person a great feeling. Getting that Cadillac stolen produces the

2012 Cadillac Escalade

exact opposite feeling. To help with what unfortunately is a concern for many Cadillac owners, the 2012 Cadillac Escalade in Toms River NJ comes equipped with a slew of new security enhancements to deter the would-be thieves.

Cadillac has pulled out all the stops when it comes to security on the 2012 Cadillac Escalade – available at Pine Belt Cadillac in Toms River. The Escalade already had a number of safety measures, so the additions only improve on a good thing.

“The goal is to make the Escalade a very difficult target for thieves without any added inconvenience for customers,” said Bill Biondo, global leader for vehicle theft prevention for General Motors. “The new systems work in the background and few people realize they are there, but they are strong added protections.”

Among the enhancements is a PASS Key 3+ encryption system which deters drive-away thefts; a more complete steering column lock system; an inclination sensor that sets off an alarm when the vehicle changes angle suspiciously; a shock sensor that can tell when the glass is broken or another major change happens; and a wheel lock system that protects the wheels and tires from theft.

In addition to these great theft deterrent systems, the 2012 Cadillac Escalade comes standard with the OnStar system which also assists in the event of a theft. All of these systems combined make the Escalade a very difficult vehicle to steal in any situation.

Now that you have fewer worries of your Escalade driving off on you, there’s even more reason to purchase one at Pine Belt Cadillac. Check out our full lineup of Cadillac models as well as the new and used cars in Toms River NJ.

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