2014 Cadillac SRX

Up to 16 MPG city / 23 MPG hwy
$37,605 - $51,155

2014 Cadillac SRX

2014 Cadillac SRX

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Since a redesign of the SRX occurred back in 2009, designers opted to only gradually evolve the crossover's nose in 2013 and included modern cues like LED running lights, revised grilles, and freshly sculpted front fenders. Inside, there's a new center stack cluster and steering wheel to accommodate for the new CUE (Cadillac User Experience) multimedia system. Three trim collections -- Luxury, Performance, Premium -- plus a base model are powered by GM's 308-horsepower 3.6-liter V-6. All but the base edition can be had with all-wheel drive. Restyled 20-inch wheels (18-inch wheels come standard) are new for 2013 as well. Updated technology such as Driver Awareness and Driver Assist Technology packages with auto front and rear braking, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and forward collision alert arrive in the new year. Luxury, Performance, and Premium trims come with high-intensity discharge headlamps, power lift gate, adjustable pedals, Active Noise Cancellation, and UltraView sunroof. Buyers can choose from three refreshed exterior colors: Evolution Green Metallic, Glacier Blue Metallic, and Silver Coast Metallic. A light titanium interior finish inside can be specified as well. See more... See Less

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall
Pros Cons
Driving comfort: heated seats, adjustable seats , overall room, stereo, ac Mpg could be better in city traffic
Ride - very comfortable, doesn't affect my back Blind spots - this is a terrible, dangerous issue.
Styling - very attractive and commented on by many. Headlights are not bright enough
The new 3.6 engine is great and the price was excellent Performance package - ride is rather harsh
Automatic features - no key needed, windshield wipers work when it rains, etc. Sun roof is too far back, not enjoyed by front seat passenger.
The interior is perfect, looks luxurious and advanced, great luxury features Seats suck! - they are so hard; my back hurt for weeks!
Sunroof is awesome / new engine is great Gps is not accurate and some features not available when vehicle is moving
Forward visibility from the driver seat Not enough power. lazy acting - this is not awd but much lazier
Drivers like a luxury vehicle with a sporty handling Seats should be more plush for a cadillac; leather doesn't smell like leather.
Comfort of ride on all roads. It is difficult to change lanes because of visibility