After driving ALL suv and crossover vehicles, we chose the SRX. It was more comfortable than the X3 and Q5 and presented a better value to us. The feel of the vehicle was heavier and more substantial on the road than most vehicles of a similar size and cost. Fuel mileage is good and we found the highway manners quite good. Cargo room is adequate and the cargo gate is a nice idea. Keeps things in place in the hatch. Cadillac service and dealer attention is second to none and the full maintenance for three years is great, free car wash anytime, road side service and let's not forget ONSTAR. We moved from a 2007 Suburban, talk about large and comfortable, the SRX is GREAT.
Interior finish is much improved over years past for American cars. ONSTAR is the only navigation system we need.
Transmission downshifting when stopping could improve, not very smooth. More horsepower without an expensive upgrade for a turbo.
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