About Cadillac SRX

    GM's premier luxury crossover, the Cadillac SRX debuted for the 2004 model year. The crossover is constructed on the GM's Sigma platform and shares it with the CTS and STS stablemates. Since its been on the road, the SRX is recognized for its car-like handling and deceptively roomy interior, two attributes in which it has gotten noticed for. For its inaugural year, the Cadillac SRX offered two engine options: a 3.6L V6 capable of 260 horsepower and a 4.6L V8 that produced approximately 320 horsepower. Engines were mated to a five or six-speed automatic transmission. Rear-wheel drive was standard with the all-wheel drive offered as an option. Inside the vehicle, the SRX is lauded for its roomy second row, and features an optional third-row seat as well. The model also showcases Magnetic Ride Control, which automatically adjusts the suspension to the road conditions. Other standard Cadillac SRX accessories include leather upholstery and side-curtain airbags. For the V8, heated front seats are provided, as is wood grain trim. Options for all versions of the SRX's first generation were GPS navigation, a DVD entertainment system, and a sunroof. The Cadillac SRX was the recipient of critical acclaim right from the outset, as it was named an Automobile Magazine All-Star as well as a Best New Truck by AMI Auto World Magazine. It was also nominated for the North American Truck of the Year award (2004).

    In 2007, several updates were made to the Cadillac SRX parts. V8 variants of the SRX received a standard six-speed automatic transmission and the interior in all trims of the vehicle was improved. There weren't many significant updates leading up to the release of the vehicle's second generation, which rolled off the line in 2009 for the 2010 model year. The SRX was moved from the Sigma platform to a new variation of the Theta platform. The GM's Theta platform also hosts the Chevy Equinox and GMC Terrain. However, the SRX is designed on the Theta-premium, which is geared towards luxury crossovers and is also where the Saab 9-4X will be constructed on. For the second generation, the SRX no longer offers a V8 engine. Instead, the model is outfitted with a 3.0L V6 (265 hp) as standard with a turbocharged 2.8L configuration that throws out up to 300 horsepower and 295 pounds-per-foot of torque as an option. Models using the standard 3.0L can be had in either rear or four-wheel drive layout while the turbocharged SRX comes only in the all-wheel drive. Four trim levels are available: base, Luxury Collection, Performance Collection, and Premium Collection.

    Trim levels offer a cascade of luxurious Cadillac SRX parts and accessories, with such options as heated front and rear seats, leather upholstery, Xenon HID headlights, a sunroof, a power liftgate, a back-up camera, and hard-drive based navigation. Turbocharged SRXs get a sport-tuned suspension to go along with their trim. Although it has only been a fixture on the automotive landscape for a short time, the Cadillac SRX has already established itself as an extremely successful entrant in what has become a highly competitive segment. Dating back to 2004, the SRX has averaged 22,332 units sold per year, a solid figure considering the class it is in. It has also been recognized as a Consumer Guide Best Buy (2005, 2006) and named the Best Luxury Sport-Utility Vehicle by Car and Driver magazine (2005).

    Is it luxurious? Yes. Is it sporting? Just enough to give you an extra touch of freedom. The Cadillac SRX showcases the performance structure and handling that make this model one of the bigger names on the block. It is sleek enough to conjure up images of customizing pleasure, and that is what has grabbed everyone's attention. It can be a knockout for sure, which is how Cadillac intended it to be. The leather interior, navigation system, and smooth ride have sparked the SRX as a frontrunner in the crossover generation.

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    2012 Cadillac SRX Gets Boost In Power
    2012 Cadillac SRX Gets Boost In Power

    GM Company finally announced the pricing details of a 2012 Cadillac SRX, the price will start from the tag of $36,060, the pricing includes the destination fee. According to their statement the new model will receive the new more powerful engine – 3.6-liter V6 producing 308 hp.

    Other GM products as, Chevy Camaro and the Cadillac CTS were already equipped with this engine. The induction system tweaks will reduce the power output by four horsepowers and eight pound-feet in comparison with Camaro and CTS.

    The new model will be equipped with an improved 6-speed automatic transmission, which has an ECO mode which maximizes fuel efficiency. The new model also has a standard Bluetooth connectivity, ebony interior, an optional heated steering wheel, new xenon Blue Metallic paint and 20-inch rims as an option.

    General Motors Cancels the SRX Plug-In Hybrid
    General Motors Cancels the SRX Plug-In Hybrid

    Under the plan of General Motors Co a range of future vehicles will share the strategy applied for the brand-new battery-powered Chevy Volt. The strong push to electric vehicles was initiated by Dan Akerson, General Motors CEO. Thus in the nearest future all four U.S. brands of GM will have an electrified vehicle in their lineups. The Cadillac SRX was chosen to be the platform for the plug-in hybrid crossover. Unfortunately, the current information, available on the Web, states that the devotees of electric Cadillac should wait longer than it was initially estimated. Following the report, released by Reuters on May 28, the GM plans to build the plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, based on the Cadillac SRX platform, failed to become a reality.

    According to the sources, that are close to this project, the participants of the program received the e-mails with the notification about the program cancellation. There is a speculation that the project termination is caused by the supply chain that was disrupted by the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan. The electronic equipment, necessary for the project, was available in the small quantity and the price was higher than it had been expected. Although the shortage of the electric components may be the minor reason for such GM's decision. One of the main grounds is rumored to be a life cycle of the chosen platform. It looks like the development of the project took too much time. The matter is that the current SRX platform is two years old. The common life cycle of the vehicle platform, that dictates the body construction and vehicle's size, is about five years. This means that the chosen platform has three years till the end of its life cycle. Most probably GM will transfer this project to the next platform. The true grounds of GM decision to bury the Cadillac PHEV are not named. There was no official press-release, made by General Motors to confirm the rumors about new Cadillac SRX or to deny this information.

    Rumors: Cadillac SRX Plug-In Hybrid in Development
    Rumors: Cadillac SRX Plug-In Hybrid in Development

    According to Reuters, General Motors is considering a plug-in version of a crossover based on its sought-after SRX model. Reuters say the GM internal sources have confirmed production for the new model. It will leverage some of the technology from the Chevy Volt.

    Developing this project, General Motors are going to make the first range-extending, plug-in luxury SUV on the market. Unlike the Volt, which is seriously expensive for Chevrolet, a Cadillac hybrid SUV would handle the premium price well. Besides, it might enable GM to outstrip Toyota, which made its reputation around hybrids with Prius and Lexus RX models.

    Since GM has not made the plans public, a release date, as well as the project details are yet to be estimated.

    Initially, the SRX made its debut at the Detroit auto show in 2008 as a concept car that GM claimed could carry a fuel-cell and electric powertrain in the future.