Not that great on gas, especially city, then again I brought a Cadillac, I've had this car about month now, it had 149,999 miles on it when I purchased it, my wife thought I was crazy, but I did my homework. I ran it through AutoCheck ( 25.00 ) came up clean, NO Accidents, Title check out, Odometer was true, vehicle used, and much more came back clean 91%. Ran it through Car Facts, which show the car was completely serviced 120,000 miles, which included brakes, plugs, filters all around, rear end, and all electric components, and sunroof by the dealership. As I explain to my wife we really starting off with a 30,000 miles vehicle just without the warranty, and only paid $7,000. I will still keep you posted as time goes on, and she still keep the crazy in reserve. As everybody else we started off with the tires curse. Front driver tire had to have a Sensor replaced, driver rear tire had two slow leaks, had to have that fixed, and really that it so far. Will keep you posted.
Purchased this car used, as we never buy brand new. Have owned and Eacalade ESV, Mercedes M Class, Audi A4, etc prior. Never have I had a car that I hated more than this. Poor gas mileage, slow to accelerate, oil always low, panoramic roof broke twice, lost just goes on and on. Constant mechanical issues. Took to dealer a few months ago because steering gave out. Gave me a list of things wrong including the entire power steering system. Every last bit of that was shot. Unacceptable for a car with 100K on i and a car I properly maintained. These problems added up to the tune of $6,000. That was last straw. Traded it, got nothing for it, but so happy to be rid of it. Went with a Lexus RX 350
Heated seats, power third row, panoramic roof (when it's not broken!)
Make the car last and run! This is why people stay away from American cars.
We've owned this 2007 SRX AWD V-6 about 4-years. It now has 90K miles. The car has been very reliable, and we've only ever paid for routine maintenance. There are a few problems you should be aware of. (1) The engine consumes several qts. of oil between changes. (2) The build integrity is fair-poor, as evidenced by numerous squeaks and rattles. (3) The passenger foot-well is extremely narrow, and uncomfortable. (4) Fuel mileage is much lower than advertised. We experience 15/20.
Update. The care was sold after experiencing a rear wheel bearing failure. The wheel bearing failure left us stranded at the side of the road with absolutely no help from the Cadillac dealership where we serviced the car. They would not even arrange a tow truck.
The car performed as I stated, and I would not change the rating. I would caution a prospective Cadillac owner, however, to be extra-diligent in assessing your dealership experience before buying any Cadillac product.
I bought this used with 45000 miles. It has performed great for me. Smooth ride, great seats, great handling for a tall crossover and a great value. Performance with the V6 is adequate, but it is pulling a heavy vehicle with AWD. Have not needed more yet. I considered the GMC Acadia and clones, but this was less than any of them with similar age and miles despite a higher initial price. Some minor interior issues were resolved quickly by the local dealer under warranty. Mileage runs low 20s highway, not bad with AWD at high speed and high teens around town. Love it so far and would buy another but new one doesn't offer the third row seat, useful with the grandkids.
Quiet ride, panorama roof, seats with memory.
Handling is better than expected.
Snow traction with AWD, though would benefit from better all weather tires than OEM Goodyear Eagles.
Would suggest adding bluetooth.
Onstar is OK, but most people would benefit from bluetooth to integrate their regular phones, particularly with more and more laws restricting cell use without a hands free system.