I'm considering purchasing a lower mileage 2016+ Suburban, Yukon XL or Escalade ESV. Looking at values in the Northeast US, I find the features and costs confusing between the models. I've found several Escalade ESVs that can be had for less than a Denali XL of similar year and mileage. I'm guessing this is down to the brand/styling preference but objectively, the Escalade seems like the better choice in every measurable way, unless I'm missing something. Has someone come up with a feature matrix between all of these siblings? With pricing on the secondary market homogenizing these $55-80k trucks to a much less huge price swing it seems like one needs to be careful when searching for trim levels to make sure a critical feature isn't missing and also to maximize value. I plan to tow a camper trailer a few times per year for relatively short distances (less than 100 miles) so the 6.2 and 8 speed is preferable I think. Again, the Escalade comes standard with these as far as I can tell though the tow package does not. Android Auto is a must and I've grown accustomed to the adaptive cruise control on my Volt but I believe the Platinum trim on the Escalade is needed for that which pushes the price up considerably.