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Cadillac Club: 2000 Cadillacs: 2007 Cadillac SRX

2007 Cadillac SRX

2007 SRX Crossover Features

Since its introduction as a 2004 model, the Cadillac SRX Crossover has been highly instrumental in strengthening sales for General Motors luxury division. With seating for as many as seven passengers, the rear or all wheel drive SRX is clearly positioned in the upper end of the new “crossover” vehicle segment competing against similar vehicles marketed by Mercedes, Infiniti, Lexus, and even BMW.

Cadillac spent plenty of time researching, designing and building the SRX and it shows. One feature that this particular Cadillac model has that most earlier crossovers has lacked is tiered seating. For example, the second row passengers sit two inches higher than the first row passengers and should customers elect to get the automatically folding third seat, rear seating passengers sit a full five inches higher than passengers in the second row. With great care given to seating layout and window placement -– you can choose to have two sunroofs -- the SRX is a rarity as most passengers are given the chance for a clear view of everything that is around them.

The SRX features an ample amount of storage space with or without the third seat present. Folding storage areas below the passenger compartment can hold more luggage than most people would think possible and keep everything out of the sight of prying eyes. This is always a good thing to have in a car.

An all-new SRX Crossover is expected to be released in less than two years time, but that hasn’t stopped Cadillac from overhauling the interior with the 2007 model. Detailed craftsmanship, common in Cadillac cars of a bygone era has returned in the form of cut, sewn, and hand wrapped covers for the door trim, center console, and instrument panel to give the interior a truly fine tailored appearance replete with attractive French stitching.

The Bose stereo system that had been an option on earlier SRX models is now standard with a new theatre package available as an option. This new package includes a 5.1 Bose Surround Sound system, DVD navigation, and rear seat DVD entertainment unit.

Available with a 3.6L V6 or the Northstar 4.6L V8, the SRX Crossover looks as if it will once again garner accolades for its unique style, opulent interior, and expert engineering. Clearly, Cadillac has a hit on its hands with this adept crossover.

I liked the amount of head room I had while I was sitting in the drivers seat. The area around the pedals seems a little crowded but maybe that's just me.

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