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Cadillac SRX may stick out, but it holds its own


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FINAL VERDICT: Three and one-quarter stars out of four. The 2010 Cadillac SRX is a picture-perfect adaptation of a luxury sedan on steroids. Comfort and handling are uncompromised, despite the bigger stance. However, the premium put on the turbo version may be a little too steep considering the best part of the SRX doesn’t need to be its engine.

Read the article: http://www.aurorasentinel.com/articles/2010/03/01/living/car_care/doc4b8b5d5761ab2650796780.txt

The 2.8L Turbo engine at 300 hp is an interesting option for the SRX, but does push the price up quite a bit. On the other hand although you have to wind the 3L up a bit it does move the SRX along, so the 2.8 Turbo is not an absolute necessity for most of the target audience probably.

Bruce

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Well, maybe it's jut me, but I definitely would want the turbo if they don't offer the 3.6 liter DI V6 at 304 hp. Hey, I would look for a V version before I bought one, but that's just me.

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