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CADILLAC SRX   2009 2016
2009 2016

Based on the Cadillac CTS sedan, the SRX was a taller wagon with an SUV’s styling cues.
The SRX beautifully blended the qualities of a sport sedan while still offering great cargo space and even seating for seven people.

The midsize crossover did not sell very well over the years, as its shape was more wagon-like than the other crossovers on the market at the time.

The luxurious crossover was available in two trim levels, indicating the engine mounted on each of them: V6 and V8.

The V6 trim level included 17-inch alloys, leather upholstery, OnStar communication system, dual-zone automatic climate control, a premium 8-speaker Bose sound system, an auxiliary audio jack and an auto-dimming rearview mirror.

Stepping up to the V8, besides the bigger engine, the top of the range added bigger 18-inch alloys, xenon headlamps, heated fron seats, wood accents and a power front passenger seat.

The V6 trim was fitted with a 3.6-liter V6 engine that cranked out 255 hp and 254 pound-feet of torque, mated with a 5-speed automatic transmission.

The V8 was equipped with the bigger 4.6-liter V8 engine that developed 320 hp and 315 lb.-ft of torque. This engine was mated with a 6-speed automatic transmission.

Both trim levels were available with a rear-wheel-drive or an all-wheel-drive system.

Safety wise, the SRX came with antilock disc brakes, stabillity control and frontal and side curtain airbags as standard for the first two rows.

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CADILLAC SRX   2005 2009
2005 2009

Probably versatility was the best word to describe the 2005 SRX.

The Cadillac SRX drove like a sports sedan, had a distinctive design and could not be mistaken for any other SUV in the class, was equipped with many luxurious features and even offered seating for 7.

A sporty luxurious SUV, the SRX came with leather upholstery inside the stylish and comfortable interior.

Two engine options were available for 2005, a V6 and a V8 power plant, both mated with a 5-speed automatic transmission. An all-wheel-drive system was available.

For 2005, no major updates were made, however, the model’s price increased as the most popular features on the previous version became standard on the new one.

The base model had standard rear-wheel-drive and featured the V6 engine. Standard equipment included leather upholstery, 8-way driver seat, power rear passenger seats, heated mirrors, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, dual-zone climate control and the OnStar communication system. Many options were available for the base SRX, such as an all-wheel-drive system, a sunroof, a navigation system, power-adjustable pedals, heated front seats and a trailer package. Most of the optional features were standard on the V8 model.

The more luxurious V8 added, of course, a more powerful engine, bigger 18-inch alloy wheels, memory seats for the driver, a wood/leather-wrapped steering wheel, wood interior accents, air-conditioning for the rear passengers, a premium Bose audio system and others. The Luxury Performance package available for the V8 included a navigation system, a DVD entertainment system for the rear passengers, third-row seats, xenon headlights, trailering equipment and even the Magnetic Ride Control suspension.

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