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2007 Cadillac SRX

The Cadillac SRX is a medium-size luxury utility. The Cadillac SRX delivers as much or more functionality, space and all-weather capability as most sport utilities, but it's wrapped in a distinctive package and delivers a spirited driving experience. The SRX remains a top choice in this class. This Cadillac is one utility vehicle that does it all. It drives like a European sedan and its edgy styling stands out in a sea of boxy sport-utilities and minivans. Yet the SRX is quite practical. It can carry up to seven passengers, and its flat, carpeted cargo area works great for hauling cargo. Overall improvements to the SRX for 2007 include an all-new cockpit with new design, materials and hand-crafted assembly process. Cadillac also has mated the Northstar V8-equipped models to a new fully electronic six-speed automatic transmission for 2007. The base audio system for the SRX has now been upgraded to Bose for 2007. New options for 2007 include a Sport package with 20-inch wheels, all-wheel drive and limited slip differential; a Bose 5.1 digital surround sound option; a Theater option package with Bose 5.1 digital surround sound, navigation and rear-seat entertainment; an automatic odor filtration option; and Passenger Side Inflatable Restraint (PSIR) Suppression, which detects the occupant's size and, in turn, enables or disables the air bag automatically.

’07 Cadillac SRX Power and Drive

SRX is available with a V6 or V8 engine. Both engines feature the latest technology, including electronic throttle control and four overhead cams with fully variable valve timing. The V8s are smooth and confident and deliver brilliant acceleration for a vehicle of this size. All-wheel drive is available and we've found that the SRX performs superbly in the snow. The V8 is sportier and more fun to drive than a Lexus RX 330 or Mercedes M-Class, and it has more room and a better ride than a BMW X5. A V6 SRX with all-wheel drive compares favorably with a Volvo XC90, both in price and performance. It has the driving dynamics of a good luxury sedan, the all-weather capability of some truck-based SUVs and the space and functionality of a minivan. The Cadillac SRX boasts a superb balance between a smooth ride and responsive handling. It's much more nimble than any truck-based SUV. The 4.6-liter V8 delivers lots of power. Cadillac's Northstar V8 is rated at 320 horsepower and 315 pound-feet of torque. Cadillac reports 0-60 mph acceleration in the low seven-second range for the V6, which is reasonably quick.

2007 SRX Design

Like many of the latest crossover vehicles that are based on cars, the SRX feels and drives more like a station wagon than a traditional truck-based sport utility. While Europeans buy lots of station wagons, American buyers have not received them well because of the mom-mobile image. Station wagon fans think wagons are more sophisticated than sport utilities, possibly because they are. The SRX straddles the middle. It has the function and driving performance of a wagon, but a look (and higher seating position) that's suggestive an SUV. Its ride, handling and technology are more sophisticated than most truck-based SUVs. The SRX features Cadillac's edgy Art and Science design philosophy, introduced on the CTS sedan.

Inside the Cadillac SRX

The SRX comes trimmed with leather upholstery and is loaded with luxury features. The interior is stylish and comfortable. Its flat cargo floor makes the SRX a good dog car. The standard interior has two rows of seats for five. An optional two-place power folding rear seat can increase seating capacity to seven. The 2007 Cadillac SRX brings an all-new handcrafted interior, featuring a new instrument panel, hand-wrapped upper trim, console, center stack, door trim, wood trim, analog clock and steering wheel.

The redesigned cockpit has softer, more tactile surfaces and greater use of wood-grain and chrome trim. Switches and controls are now flush-mounted, and the center console now is more streamlined. The new instrument panel and door trim are built using Cadillac's new cut-and-sew interior process that combines advanced technology with the hand-rendered expertise of craftsmen. The new cockpit for 2007 is hand-built, using the same elite process as the limited-production Cadillac STS-V and XLR-V models. Five-passenger seating is standard, with individual seats in front and a three-place bench in back. The second seat powers back and forth for more legroom or more cargo space. More SUVs should have this feature. The cargo area in the five-passenger model can be outfitted with covered storage spaces built into the floor.

2007 SRX Lineup

The SRX V6 comes with leather upholstery, dual-zone automatic climate control and a long list of luxury features, including an eight-way power driver's seat, a power-adjustable second-row seat, one-touch power windows, heated mirrors, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, a premium Bose audio system and the popular OnStar tele-aid system with a basic subscription for one year. This SRX comes standard with 17-inch aluminum wheels.
The SRX V8 adds more than a bigger engine. Its standard feature list includes heated front seats with memory for the driver's seat and power adjustments for the front passenger's seat, wood interior trim and a premium Bose audio system. The V8 also adds 18-inch wheels and a tire pressure monitoring system.


The Cadillac SRX is a good choice among luxury SUVs, if you can call it an SUV. Its sharp handling, quick acceleration and high-performance braking make for a sporty, enjoyable experience with a smooth, extremely quiet ride. The SRX comes standard with rear-wheel drive. All-wheel drive (AWD) is optional on both models. For further research, read a 2007 Cadillac SRX review by Autoblog. Options include the expansive UltraView Plus Power Glass Sunroof, Cadillac's Magnetic Ride Control variable-dampening suspension; and power-adjustable pedals. Option groups allow the SRX V6 to be equipped like the V8 without the bigger engine. For example, the Luxury Package adds Ultra View sunroof, rear air conditioning, premium seating package and power adjustable pedals. The Theater Package includes Bose 5.1 Digital Surround, DVD navigation and rear seat DVD entertainment. Safety features include most of the active and passive safety features available today. The SRX comes standard with dual-stage front airbags, front side-impact airbags and curtain-style head protection airbags for the first two rows of seats. To help avoid collisions before they occur, the SRX has anti-lock brakes with the latest electronic brake-force distribution and panic Brake Assist technology, traction control and electronic stability control. Rear park assist is optional. New safety equipment for 2007 is the optional PSIR Suppression, which detects the passenger occupant's size and automatically enables or disables the air bag accordingly.


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