2011 Cadillac SRX

2011 Cadillac SRX

$35-42k mid-size SUV, designed in U.S.A., built in Mexico 17-18 city / 23-25 hwy 357-525 mile range, gas engine
265 hp 183 cu. in. V6 4 stars stability control, ABS, child door locks


The SRX vs other Recent mid-size SUVs

Base payload capacity Massive towing weight Help
3,500 lb
Highway driving range Good range on the highway Help
483 miles
basic warranty miles Long basic warranty Help
50,000 mile
moon roof Moon roof Help
passenger power seats Passenger power seats Help
rear air conditioning Rear air conditioning Help
Lateral acceleration Good cornering ability Help
0.82 g
Number of speakers More speakers Help
entertainment system Entertainment system Help
Braking distance at 60mph Good braking distance from 60mph Help
126 ft
Rollover resistance Less chance of rolling over during emergency lane change Help
4 stars
leather Leather Help
navigation system Navigation system Help
power seats Power seats Help
roof rails Roof rails Help
Number of gears More gears Help
Transmission Has a semi-automatic transmission Help
Has rear spoiler Has rear spoiler Help


The SRX vs other Recent mid-size SUVs

MSRP Quite expensive Help
power outlets Power outlets Help
Not Available
Cupholders Few cupholders Help
Has subwoofer Lacks a subwoofer Help
Passengers Below average number of seats Help
CD changer CD changer Help
Not Available
Has speed sensitive volume Lacks speed-sensitive volume Help
premium radio Premium radio Help
Not Available

Other Trims

This model comes with all-wheel drive and leather, but the SRX is also available with two-wheel drive and optional leather.

Discussion What do you think about the 2011 Cadillac SRX?

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Avatar for Andy Werner Andy Werner (9:21 AM, February 20, 2014)
I was interested in the SRX (2014) but the Sunroof dominated the entire roof line, at $45,600 with Navigation and BOSE radio I was surprised to learn that only a V-6 engine. Also a Crossover SUV does not compare to a Body-on-Frame SUV like a 32 Valve V-8 Lexus GX460 SUV that can be had for $49,800
Re-sell value on the Lexus five years later will be much higher than the GM product.