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#1 of 803 2004 Cadillac SRX
Apr 27, 2003 (7:41 pm)
Anyone interested in the upcoming Cadillac SRX? It looks as sporty as the CTS and the interior looks beautiful with the pretty leather and wood trim. I hope it sells even better than the Lexus RX330 and BMW X5 (even though beating even one of these models would be a huge accomplishment).
May 02, 2003 (12:09 pm)
I'm interested in it, but there seems to be little discussion. I'm sure the discussion will pick up when we get closer to it being in showrooms
May 02, 2003 (12:16 pm)
I'll ask KH to think about moving it to Future Vehicles; maybe that'll help.
May 02, 2003 (2:08 pm)
I like the looks of the SRX alot and I'm not a big SUV person. The initial reviews of it are pretty good and being built on the CTS platform should make it quite a performer. I think once both the V6 and V8 models are available, Cadillac should have no problem selling them. Performance wise, it will be interesting to see how the SRX compares with the X5 as the X is one of the best performing SUVs. To me, the SRX with the V8 is money much better spent than on the mammouth Escalade.
May 09, 2003 (10:32 am)
the initial reports on MPG for the rwd version were impressive - like 26 mpg highway
I wonder if it drove like a dog, however
it'd be nice if the AWD version got over 22 mpg
#7 of 803 pricing
by steve_ HOST
May 16, 2003 (8:39 am)
The Cadillac SRX crossover sport-utility vehicle will start at less than $40,000, according to the WSJ today.
#8 of 803 Pricing
May 20, 2003 (4:37 am)
SRX starts at $37,995 for the V6 and $46,300 for the V8. Note: these are for the RWD models only -- AWD is optional.
Does anyone have any idea what the residual values will be on these 3 or 4 years out? ALG (Auto Leasing Guide) sets these, but I haven't seen any SRX quotes yet.