Has lots of features, but unable to give the total driving experience
By jtsx1 on
2010 Cadillac SRX Premium 4dr SUV AWD (3.0L 6cyl 6A)
The exterior is looks nice, interior looks good, but drives like an old person's car. The engine lacks power; feels like there's no torque/mid-range, and fuel economy is pretty bad for this kind of performance. The brakes are some of the worst I've every used; the pedal has a wooden feel and the pads supply minimal braking...I would never dream of towing anything with this vehicle, despite it's 3500 lb suggested capability. Throttle response is horrid and could cause issue if you had to maneuver in tight spaces (there's an initial delay before the gas kicks in) I liked the gauges, center stack design, and air-conditioned front seats. I wouldn't feel safe driving this vehicle on a daily basis
air-conditioned seats, pop-up nav screen, interior design, exterior looks, brake pedal adjustment, maneuverability in tight spots, remote start, keyless entry
needs better initial bite w/progressive stopping power; pedal feels wooden and doesn't slow 4200 lb vehicle down easily. Requires lots of effort from driver and even then, it struggles.
nice on-center position/feel, but has a delay when making corrections or changing lanes.
touch screen is hard to manipulate while driving; Acuras rotary dial is much better.
significant body roll in tighter turns
feels somewhat cheap and creaks if you happen to press against it (not I'm not fat, 6'1" 175 lbs)
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