Cadillac SRX Overview
Among luxury midsized SUVs, the SRX feels heavy and dated, and gets mediocre fuel economy. Despite a generous 308-hp from its 3.6-liter V6, the SRX feels sluggish and underpowered in everyday driving. That's partly because the smooth six-speed automatic dithers before downshifting. Handling is fairly agile, and the ride is taut yet supple. Very supportive front seats highlight a quiet, well-finished, and high-quality interior. The backseats are snug, and wide roof pillars restrict rear visibility. Cadillac's Cue infotainment system is excessively convoluted, buggy, and difficult to use. A standard built-in Wi-Fi hot spot is new for 2015. Reliability has been average but the SRX scored too low for us to recommend it.
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