2006 CADILLAC SRX
Purchased as a second car. Car seems to be in very good shape and was priced well. Power is good has the 3.6ltr. v6.
4 wheel drive is excellent and ride is good.
2013 CADILLAC SRX
I like the way the AWD with 20 inch wheels handles on all roads in all weather. Love the quiet interior and exterior look. I have gotten lots of compliments on this great vehicle!
I am so glad I bought it.
2011 CADILLAC SRX
Bought for my wife. The luxury edition has all the bells and whistles that we wanted. Research which model of the srx before you buy.
2004 CADILLAC SRX
We bought it as a family vehicle. It is a beautiful car inside and out. Let me point out the cost of repairs are very expensive. We changed the struts and shocks, the cost, well lets just say I could have bought a very nice used vehicle with that money. But it rides like a dream, it is fast and agile. With plenty of creature comforts. The only con in my opinion is the cost of repairs.
2004 CADILLAC SRX
Good feel. 8cyl engine provides good power. Comfort level is high, and no squeaks or rattles which is good considering year and mileage.
by DG NYC
2006 CADILLAC SRX
A great car with plenty of room and a very comfortable ride. Gas mileage around town was a little disappointing. This car had a sunroof, electric tail gate and trailer towing package.
2012 CADILLAC SRX
Love it a lot. Like the memory seats. Really love the heated seats in cold weather. like remote start just wish it would heat longer than 10 minutes, sometimes that is not long enough for really cold weather. Really like the doors locking when ever I walk away from the car. Great security!
Used Cadillac SRX Information
The Cadillac SRX sits below the Escalade as a smaller luxury SUV in the Cadillac model line. The Cadillac SRX is ideal for families of up to five. A used car buyer is also more likely to find the SRX they want on the used market, since the current SRX comes in multiple trim levels, including base, Luxury, Performance and Premium editions. With added luxuries at each level, the Cadillac SRX has plenty to offer.
Previous models of Cadillac's crossover were very well-received from the beginning, with potential buyers taken by its angular and sporty look. Cadillac slowly improved the Escalade over time, and applied what it learned to its smaller luxury SUV offering.
The SRX was launched in 2004 with engine options that included a 255-horsepower, 3.6-liter V6 and a 4.6-liter V8 with 320 horsepower. The first-generation model was produced until 2009, and won Car and Driver's Five Best Trucks award in the Luxury SUV category for the first three years it was on the market. With such rave reviews and continued reliability, the first-generation Cadillac SRX is a good place to start for a used SUV buyer.
Later first-generation models received a few notable changes, including upgrades to the interior and a six-speed automatic transmission for V8 models, which replaced the outgoing five-speed automatic.
The second version of the SRX debuted as a 2010 model, and continues to be produced through the 2016 model year. While the previous generation was based on the General Motors Sigma platform, the second-generation SRX is based on Cadillac's Provoq concept car. This version of the SRX is smaller than the outgoing model and lacks the availability of a third-row seat to expand seating capacity.
The standard engine available from launch was a 3.0-liter V6 with 250 horsepower. A turbocharged 2.8-liter V6 was available on earlier models, offering 300 horsepower. A six-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive are standard and all-wheel drive is optional. The turbocharged V6 engine was phased out during the 2011 model year.
The 2012 SRX received a few notable updates, including a standard 3.6-liter V6 engine that produces 308 horsepower. Cadillac also revised the suspension and added Bluetooth to the list of standard equipment. Many used SRX models are often equipped with options like leather upholstery, navigation, a rearview camera and a panoramic moonroof.
Cadillac's CUE infotainment system was added to the options list for 2013. It brings in touch-sensitive controls and improved voice recognition software. An updated version of GM's OnStar telematics system was introduced two years later, which includes a built-in Wi-Fi hot spot through a 4G LTE data connection.