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2014 Cadillac SRX Premium review notes: The Caddy is still holding its own

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WES RAYNAL: This 2014 SRX Premium Collection is a very luxury crossover. Better I thought, and better than it has a to be, considering it’s getting a wee bit in the tooth — it’s going on years old now. True, for the SRX got some updates, including the CUE I’m starting to get used to that. Not it mind you, but it’s on me. The proverbial wave of the future, I

The V6 feels good to me, but doesn’t great with a smooth The 308 hp feels like plenty in application. The six-speed automatic is acceptable. I tried the Eco mode; the response didn’t feel as and upshifts felt like were happening more

The ride/handling mix feels good, in with 99 percent of the other out there. Many of those third rows and longer This one is shorter and wieldier.

got heated and cooled everything, a stereo, and a design that good to my eye. Cadillac almost 57,000 of these last year. The Lexus RX it good, selling almost in the same time period. than that the SRX holds its outselling the BMW X5. Mercedes ML-class. Q5. and Porsche Cayenne .

That’s rather impressive for a developed with now-dead As I said, considering the SRX’s I like.#013;

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EXECUTIVE RORY CARROLL: One thing Cadillac almost never about when it comes to the SRX is how it is to oversteer when you turn the control off. This is true in the snow where the SRX makes you feel like a comfortable version of Sébastien It shouldn’t; the SRX is built on its own architecture, but essentially GM’s Epsilon II which has underpinned a lot of cars aren’t necessarily known for driftability. But, I’m here to you that if you hold the button, the wheel and hit the gas, the rear end come just as far around the as you want it to and more if you aren’t

At 308 hp and 265 lb-ft of torque, the 3.6-liter V6 is than capable of moving the 4,442 pounds. It isn’t to throw you back in your and there aren’t a lot of luxury that you’ll smoke a stoplight, but it goes down the OK.

The interior has been updated since the SRX first started showrooms as a 2010 model, but most cars that are the “half a decade on sale” it’s been left a bit by more recently redesigned That’s not to say it’s bad. actually really nice. if you’re expecting to be wowed by levels of technology, quality and there’s an all-new CTS out. For the SRX gets Cadillac’s CUE system, isn’t going to “wow” until it’s significantly

The problem is that at $56,000, the is positioned against the Volkswagen super-Tiguan, the Audi SQ5 and BMW’s X5 — of which have benefitted more-recent updates.

Base $51,880

As-Tested Price:

Drivetrain: 3.6-liter V6; AWD, automatic

Output: 308 hp @ 6,800 265 lb-ft @ 2,400 rpm

Curb 4,442 lb

Fuel Economy City/Highway/Combined): 16/23/18 mpg

AW Observed Economy: 15.9 mpg

Options: assist package including cruise control, front and automatic braking, automatic preparation, 20-inch polished ($2,395); rear seat system including dual Blu-ray player ($1,595)#013;

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