• Dec 23, 2008
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We're technically embargoed from telling you anything about the new 2010 SRX, but that hasn't stopped Cadillac from releasing a teaser video on YouTube of the new wreath and crest CUV sliding around in the snow. Set to replace the current SRX that didn't sell well despite being a perfectly competent machine, the new SRX will debut next month at the Detroit Auto Show as the latest model to continue Cadillac's resurgence as a brand that actually matters in the marketplace. The new SRX promises to be much more appealing to the mainstream, especially if you like drifting on frozen lakes, and really, who doesn't? Check out the vid after the jump and let us know if you think the new SRX will do better than Cadillac's first attempt.

[Source: YouTube]



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      • 6 Years Ago
      A few corrections here....

      First, it's the Solstice & SKY, not Sun. Yeah, I'm picky that way.

      Second, the Outlook/Enclave/Arcadia/Traverse Quadruplets are on the Lambda platform - completely different from the Theta 2 platform.

      And lastly, from what I hear, they created a sub-variant of the Theta 2 with upgrades to satisfy the needs of the SRX and the Saab 9-4x. I can't confirm if they did enough.

      Will this sell? Time will tell. My L.A. based family still recalls the issues they had with the 80's Cadillacs as do many Americans who owned them in the 70's and 80's. Now we can hope they all have SUV fever to go out and buy the Escalade to help change their minds. However, the reality is they need to give the same level of attention that they cave to the CTS to the STS and even the DTS. Oh, and they need to get a hold of their dealer base - charging 2x for extended warranties when compared to the Japanese and Germans is a big turn-off out here. Remember, rich people got rich by being stingy and making sound investments.

      I'll always be rooting for the Americans. Now I just need to find $60k for the new CTS-V!!!
      • 6 Years Ago
      When I first saw it I thought it was yet another iteration of the Outlook/Enclave/Acadia/Traverse. Turns out its just the Equinox.

      Yay Badge Engineering!
      • 6 Years Ago
      Umm, this is a rebaged Saturn Vue
      • 6 Years Ago
      Looks bloated to me.
      • 6 Years Ago
      This is a POS. I like the current SRX. They should have kept it on the sigma platform instead of using the theta platform.
      • 6 Years Ago
      So this is what a Saturn Vue looks like in Cadillac clothing
      • 6 Years Ago
      Big and fat and Ugly! lol!
      • 6 Years Ago
      I think it looks great. I liked the previous gen SRX but it was a bit too long for my taste. This looks more compact. It's time the General put out a decent 5 seater,...the 2010 Equinox is nice, but this is better.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Hmmm...another Cadillac product made for idiots who'd rather pay $60K instead of $30k for a Vue.

      Smart puppys.
        • 6 Years Ago
        is it ok for honda to give the same treatment to an acura? if you haven't noticed the acura marque is just an "H" squished together at the top. talk about badge engineering.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I know SUV's can have a different purpose, but I'd have a hard time paying up the dough for one of these compared to a CTS wagon.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Needs to be a 3 rower like the old one and PLEASE don't kill the Ultraview sunroof!
      That was the only good thing about the last one...
      • 6 Years Ago
      Some of you people need glasses, this looks like nothing else, this is a good looking vehicle. Just because two cars have tops and headlights doesn't mean they look alike, good grief........ It just grieves some of you to admit GM is making some great looking cars, one hell of a lot better looking than Nissan, Toyota and Honda..
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