The 2016 Cadillac SRX carries over unchanged for the 2016 model year, with the XT5 replacing the nameplate for model year 2017.
The SRX is GM's luxury five-seat crossover SUV. It's a counterpart to the big, truck-based Escalade, but they're as different as they can be when it comes to capability and road manners. The Escalade is all about blingy bluster, and for some, heavy-duty work--the SRX is geared to toting four or five adults around town, through whatever weather comes its way.
Inside, the SRX's cabin is a contemporary, classy blend of big touchscreen interfaces and handsome, traditional details like stitched leather trim.
The SRX comes in a single powertrain configuration, with a choice of all-wheel drive overriding standard front-wheel drive. Power comes from a 308-horsepower, 3.6-liter V-6 engine, coupled to a 6-speed automatic transmission. Acceleration is respectable--0-60 mph happens in the seven-second range--but the SRX doesn't feel so light on its feel. That comes down to the transmission's tall gearing but, even more so, the SRX's substantial heft: it weighs in at more than 4,500 pounds.
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