• Apr 4, 2005

The replacement to the SRX sportwagon, due in 2008, has been delayed and the V-series high-performance version has been axed. This news was relayed in the same memo that announced the death of the Zeta platform and cancelation of a mid-model refresh of the HUMMER H2. GM says that the program has only been delayed by a "few months" and the 2007 interior freshening is scheduled as planned. All these delays have been made for an "all hands on deck" approach to bring the new full-size SUV and pickups to market months ahead of time.



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      I hope that the delay is indeed only "a few months" as stated, and not any longer. I'd hate to see Cadillac's newly-minted reputation damaged by putting it back on much-too-long refresh cycles.