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Cadillac SRX Model Years

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Cadillac's best selling model since 2010, the SRX crossover has capably balanced the automaker's luxurious compromise between sedan and SUV. GM's upscale division introduced the five-door SRX in 2004 with a standard V6 and available V8.

The second generation went on sale in 2010 with a much more athletic appearance than its predecessor. Though sporty-looking, the redesigned compact-crossover lost the V8 in favor of more fuel-efficient V6 options. Second-generation production continues in 2013 with new standard features like the "Cadillac User Experience" system, which has many capabilities yet is easy-to-use.

Cadillac SRX Generations

2010 - 2015 Cadillac SRX

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For its second iteration, the SRX switched to a front-drive platform shared with other compact crossovers in the GM stable. As a result, prices went down, and the SRX lost it's V8 and third-row options. Even so, its V6 produces a stout 308 horsepower, and front-drive makes the all-wheel drive option less of a necessity for many families. Consumers seem to like the current formula, and the SRX is now Cadillac's top seller.

See Year: 2010 - 2011 - 2012 - 2013 - 2014 - 2015

2004 - 2009 Cadillac SRX

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Cadillac's first attempt at a crossover was based on the rear-drive CTS sport sedan. The front end and interior setup looked much like that of the midsize CTS; in the back, the SRX offered SUV-like cargo space and a third-row seat. During these years, the optional 320-horsepower V8 provided outstanding performance for the class.

See Year: 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 - 2008 - 2009

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