The fit and finish are great, with one exception. The driver's outside mirror is loose. Otherwise everthing is fine. Checked out Lexus RX and BMW X5. Bang for your buck has to go to Cadillac. This car is great, ride is a little stiff, but it pays off whenever you want to enjoy some spirited driving. Test drove the 3.0 and to be honest, it was verrrry poky. Waited and test drove the 2.8 turbo. What a difference. Like night and day. Unfortunately, it uses only premium fuel. I thought that maybe I could sneak in some regular now and again, but that is not the (recommended at least) case. The interior is fantastic and the Cadillac exterior design is unmistakably attention grabbing.
Love the giant sunroof. Interior is very nice. Great 10 gig hard drive feature with stereo. Turbo has the added necessary punch that was missing from the 3.0. Perfect size vehicle for us. The interior ambient lighting is a great feature. Nav system is fun along with added weather/traffic displays.
Improve the fuel economy. Back visibility is poor. Could use better sight lines back there. B/U camera helps a lot. Allow Ipod copying ability to the stereo hard drive. Univeral remote buttons are partially hidden. At this price point offer real full chrome mags not chrome tech press on covers.
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