The 2.8-liter, turbocharged V6 in the 2010 Cadillac SRX 2.8T adds 35 HP and a whopping 72 Lb-Ft of torque over the base V6. That's good, because we planned to take it out on GM's famous Lutz Ring.
Yesterday, we told you the 2010 Cadillac SRX not only changed shape, but also changed personality into a grown-up crossover capable of actually handling. Now, what about everything else a luxury-crossover's supposed to do?
The 2010 Cadillac SRX doesn't look like the old SRX, it doesn't feel like the old SRX and it's a much different form factor than the old SRX. That's good, because that means the new SRX is seriously appealing.
GM doesn't really want us calling this a first drive, but this morning we drove the almost-production-ready 2010 Cadillac SRX and it felt good. Like luxury crossover segment-defying good.
We hear commentary coming from the luxury marketing honcho Steve Shannon, Exterior Design Manager Scott Wasell, Interior Design Director Eric Clough and the Chief Engineer Lyndon Schneider. They all nail their talking points pretty well including that one about "Fashion and function." We'll see the car being formally…
The 2010 Cadillac SRX isn't a refresh, it's entirely new, shunning the first-generation's tall wagon styling in favor of a crossover SUV with an upgraded powertrain and interior.