Smooth, Fast and fun to drive. I traded in my
2008 Mustang GT and I haven't looked back.
I would buy another anytime. I drive over 80 miles a day to work and back. I now look forward to the trip. You can't beat the Bose stereo. It is almost a surreal experience.
I purchased our 2006 Cadillac SRX for my wife in 2009. It was a low milage unit and it was exactly what we were looking for. Aside from some normal maintenance issues we have not had any major issues with this car. The car runs well and while it doesn't get 40 MPG the fuel economy is pretty good for a V8. The SRX has a great ride and is a sporty looking unit for a family wagon. We haven't had any of the problems other posters have had. Must be the luck of the Irish. I also do my preventative maintenance (oil changes, inspections etc.).
Of the 48 cars I have owned so far, including MB, Lincoln, Bentley and Volvo, this is easily the best in terms of fun to drive, reliability and comfort. Many of the Asian cars had no power passenger seat; many insisted on 4 wheel drive which I neither need nor want. Caddy built this one for me and I'm delighted.
I bought this car because it was more of a luxury car don't waste your money.
Bought car 9/09 list of problems sense then.
Lights burn out to often, have to get car Aligned every 5000 miles, been thru 4 sets of tires, with proper rotation every 5000 miles, Bushing on front wore out, Front brakes wore out 3 times, cadlic converter went out, A/C went bad, Water pump bad, replaced struts, Replaced spark plugs, motor mount broke, and to top it off 4 times, my car will spit and sputter going down road, check engine shows miss fire.
Mechanic shows nothing wrong.
Have spent $1500.00 becuase mechanic's keep guessing at problem.
No one can figure it out.
This past year I have owned three cars. The first was an Infinti FX. The FX was a great driver's car but had way too rough of a ride and the rear had little storage. My second car was a brand new Buick Lucerne. It drove great but, didn't fair well in the snow and rain. Also my V6 Lucerne was hard to get in and out of and was sluggish. My Cadillac SRX V6 has very comfortable seats, a functional rear gate, and is nimble and quick. You quickly forget your driving a SUV.