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Cadillac SRX

2010-2016
2010 Redesign Year
Cadillac SRX 2016
Redesigned for 2010, the SRX switched to a front-/all-wheel drive platform and emerged as an agile and sporty contender with a well-trimmed interior and a lot of style. The driving experience is pleasantly refined, although suspension noise is evident and fuel economy could be better. Somewhat smaller than the original model, this version of the SRX dropped the third row seat and a 308-hp V6 became the sole engine. Antilock brakes, along with stability and traction control are standard. Sensors in the bumpers alert the driver if objects are too close during low-speed maneuvers. The 2012 models got a more powerful engine, while the 2013 SRX was offered with a revised interior treatment and the frustrating CUE infotainment system.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2016 N/A N/A
2015 $25,875 - $37,625 $23,050 - $34,450
2014 $22,125 - $32,900 $19,400 - $29,850
2013 $20,125 - $28,500 $17,325 - $25,475
2012 $16,825 - $22,425 $14,000 - $19,450
2011 $14,550 - $22,075 $11,725 - $18,975
2010 $12,525 - $17,900 $9,750 - $14,850
2004-2009
2004 Redesign Year
Cadillac SRX 2009 Trim Shown: 2009 Sport Utility
This highly capable tall crossover SUV debuted for 2004, on a platform shared with the CTS. Available with rear- or all-wheel drive, the first-generation SRX feels taut and agile. The vehicle performs well with either the 225-hp V6 or the 320-hp V8 and adjustable pedals were optional. However, fit and finish fell short and some controls were confusing. Additionally, some testers found the seat-mounted front safety belts uncomfortable. Further, the lack of lumbar adjustment in the front seats and a telescoping function for the steering wheel are deficiencies in this category. While the optional power-folding third-row seat is a welcome feature, it is rather slow to deploy, as well as stow away.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2009 $8,000 - $12,375 $5,450 - $9,550
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2008 $6,825 - $9,700 $4,300 - $7,000
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2007 $5,825 - $8,000 $3,300 - $5,350
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2006 $4,850 - $6,625 $2,400 - $4,050
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2005 $4,000 - $5,650 $1,700 - $3,150
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2004 $3,750 - $4,925 $1,485 - $2,435
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