Since the current version of the Cadillac SRX debuted for the 2010 model year, it has undergone a nearly continual program of improvement. This year, Cadillac has turned the 2013 SRX into a luxury crossover suv that is either more appealing to you or less appealing to you, depending on your comfort level with technology.
In addition to a number of minor upgrades designed to further refine the SRX, the SUV is equipped with a standard Cadillac User Experience (CUE) center control panel and 8-inch LCD touch-sensitive display screen with proximity sensing and haptic feedback technologies. If you feel as though that last sentence started off in English but then trailed off into unintelligible gobbledygook, you should probably start thinking about shopping for a different vehicle, because if you can’t get along with CUE, the 2013 Cadillac SRX won’t get along with you.
Additionally, the new SRX is offered with a number of new safety-related technologies to help it gird for competitive battle against the Acura RDX, Audi Q5, BMW X3, Infiniti FX (soon to be Infiniti QX70), Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland, Land Rover Range Rover Evoque, Lexus RX, Lincoln MKX, Mercedes-Benz GLK, and Volvo XC60.