Cadillac SRX

Cadillac SRX

  After mixed reviews over the first generation SRX because of its larger-than-expected size, Cadillac decided that down-sizing to a sleeker crossover would be the way to go. Built on a modified version of GM's Theta Platform, the current Cadillac SRX loses its third row seating, but can now compete with the Lexus RX with stylish upgrades. The Cadillac SRX is powered by a 3.0L V6 engine producing 265hp and 223 lb-ft of torque, but a more exciting engine is now available in the 2.8L turbocharged V6cranking out 300hp and 295 lb-ft of torque. These engines are mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.

In a press conference GM revealed official images of some of their future model, including the 2010 Chevy Cruze, 2010 Cadillac SRX, 2010 Saab 9-4X, and the 2010 Chevrolet Equinox.

Chevrolet Cruze, Cadillac SRX, Saab 9-4X - first images

At the same event, GM also confirmed the 2010 Buick LaCrosse, 2010 Cadillac CTS Coupe and 2010 Cadillac CTS Wagon.

First to debut will be the 2010 Chevrolet Cruze at the Paris Auto Show. The Cruze will be based on GM’s Delta compact-car architecture and will be powered by a new 1.4-liter global engine that delivers between 120 to 140 hp. Sources say mileage could exceed 40 mpg.

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Source: Jalopnik

Still fresh from the all-new, elegantly handcrafted interior it received in 2007, the 2008 Cadillac SRX crossover adds more luxury and convenience to its acclaimed blend of driving performance, spacious versatility and passenger comfort.

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First launched in Europe in 2004, the crossover Cadillac SRX set a new trend in combining the sporty exterior and driving dynamics of a luxury station wagon with the offroad capabilities and interior space of a sport utility vehicle. Further enhancing the appeal of the SRX for 2007, are a redesigned interior, a competitively priced rear-wheel-drive V-6 model, an enhanced V-8 Northstar model with six-speed automatic gearbox, a Sport Package and the option of RHD.

For two decades, Dana Buchman has created clothes for the women who run America ’s businesses, communities and families. Now, this vaunted New York fashion house has created the ultimate accessory, the Cadillac SRX Cadillac SRX Sport by Dana Buchman. Just as Dana Buchman fashions easily cross over from corporate to casual occasions, the midsize Cadillac SRX Sport is a luxury crossover vehicle that’s equally at home in the city or on a winding country road. The SRX Sport’s exterior is covered with rich DuPont Gold Mist tri-coat paint.

Cadillac is going to unveil a special edition for the Cadillac SRX Cadillac SRX at SEMA, with the cabin redesigned by Dana Buchman, an upscale women’s fashion designer. Dana Buchman, a former Liz Claiborne designer who now markets her namesake label, takes the cabin of the 2007 SRX a step further than did Cadillac with the all-new cockpit for the new model year. "The idea was to take an SRX and hand it over to one of the premier American designers in our effort to give the SRX a renewed focus on (...)
Source: Inside Line

Cadillac is temporarily extending the range of the dynamic BLS and versatile SRX with an important new variant: the Executive. For a great price this adds a number of luxurious accessories to the already very generous level of standard equipment on both models. For example, every Cadillac comes as standard with six airbags, alloy wheels and air conditioning.

The Cadillac SRX has earned an award-winning reputation for its crisp design, outstanding performance, practical functionality and value. Named Car and Driver magazine’s Best Luxury SUV for an unprecedented third consecutive year, SRX luxury crossover enters the 2007 model year with an all-new, elegantly handcrafted interior.

The Cadillac SRX crossover, critically acclaimed for its innovative design in one of the industry’s hottest new segments, now borrows a page from Cadillac’s rich and elegant past. The 2007 SRX, launching in August, debuts a redesigned, hand-crafted luxury interior, bringing elegant Cadillac tradition into the modern world of the crossover vehicle.


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