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Cadillac SRX Continues to Impress


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The 2010 Cadillac SRX ranks 5 out of 17 Luxury Midsize SUVs. This ranking is based on our analysis of 18 published reviews and test drives of the Cadillac SRX, and our analysis of reliability and safety data. 

The Cadillac SRX, completely redesigned for 2010, has smooth performance and a luxurious interior that put it in line with class leaders. Best of all, it costs several thousand dollars less than all of them. 

Based on the Provoq concept revealed in 2008, the 2010 SRX is smaller and more luxurious than the model it replaces. With a starting price around $33,800, the new SRX is a great value — it’s the least expensive SUV in its class. The Lexus RX 350 is closest to the Cadillac in price, and it starts at $4,000 more. And some competitors, such as the Acura ZDX, cost upwards of $10,000 more than the SRX. On top of that, the SRX has better fuel economy than most of its more expensive rivals — its 18/25 city/highway base rating is surpassed only by the Lexus RX Hybrid

“That confused wagon as you knew it is gone,” says AutoWeek of the redesigned SRX. “In its place is a pure crossover. It’s smaller, a bit more distinctive and fitted with a new engine lineup topped by what’s thought to be Cadillac’s first-ever turbo in North America. But most critical for GM’s storied luxury brand, and the company as a whole, is that the SRX is a realistic competitor for segment-leader Lexus.” 

Now, its excellent value equation makes it hard to pass up. So what are you waiting for, The Rock, Coulter Motor Tempe, will get you driving the hottest car of 2010 today!

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March 26, 2010 - Posted by | Advertised Specials, Coulter Tempe, New Car Specials | , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Cadillac SRX is an outstanding performer on the roads. It is a car of long term basis. I was bought this car and from the date of buying this car it never show any defects in it.

    Comment by cadillac service ft. myers | April 9, 2010 | Reply


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