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Cons: gas milagea very good car
Second Cadillac, Big disapointment
Cons: seatsCar has unconfortable seats, bad visability, close interior
Pros: Basically it's a comfortable sports car
Cons: Maintenance cost (Cadillac pricing)Good car, fast but excellent ride and handling
Cadillac SRX 2005-2008
Pros: Design Appearance inside & out.
Cons: The Space Saver Spare, if ever needed. LocationOne of The Best Cross-Over SUV's ever Designed ! Sharp edged appearance luxury vehicle whose multi functional features and design allow for all the comfort, ride quality and upscale flash desired of the CTS Sedan but increased interior room, rear passenger seating comfort and carrying capacity. Even the base model although lacking the added wood & chrome provides an understated presence of ellegance and inheirant quality. Drives like a luxury car. No blind spots with the wrap around rear glass, ample power with the standand 3.8 l V-6, pleasant shift points, great instrumention panel display, real leather. Driving is secure under all conditions with the AWD system & suspension. Choice of colors ranged superb. A huge mistake GM changed the SRX Model Name Plate in 2010 to a smaller, higher, narrower Cross-Over which simply isn't nearly an improvement. Go for The Sport Wagon ! on The CTS Frame which is virtually the old SRX with a lower roof line. Pre-Owned Certified 2005-09 SRX Models are the Best Bargain on Todays Market in a Sports Luxury Cross-Over, the styling is timeless, they're quality proven. Body Work and Fit including Interior Parts are Solid. A Certified vehicle is worry-free driving ! AAA+
Pros: Traction control
Cons: NothinGWell kept vehicle... I'd recomend it to anyone.
Pros: moon roof
Cons: bad leatherI loved it, it is great
Great driving auto
Pros: Runs smooth
Cons: Trunk broke multiple timesInterior is comfortable, and all dash controls are well placed. The engine runs smoothly and the handling is responsive without being harsh. I can't explain it exactly, but after test driving all the competitors, the Cadillac was the car that felt the most natural. There are some electronic demons though, the trunk broke several times, the button for cruise control broke, and a window regulator broke. All very expensive fixes because the only place that had the parts is the dealership.