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Why was the Cadillac SRX discontinued?
In January 2011, General Motors discontinued production of the 2.8 liter turbo-charged V6 engine in the SRX, citing poor sales numbers.
Is the Cadillac SRX a good used car to buy?
The reliability ratings for the Cadillac SRX fall somewhere in the middle: definitely not the best, but also not the worst. Repairpal.com rates the Cadillac SRX's reliability as a 3.5 out of 5, which is slightly above average. It is ranked 7th out of 14 for luxury midsized vehicles and has an average repairs frequency.
What did Cadillac replace the SRX with?
Just like the SRX, the new XT5 is available in all-wheel drive, providing excellent handling on the road and also acceleration off the line. If the engine is truly the heart and soul of a vehicle than the SRX lives on with some improvements in the new XT5.
What year was the Cadillac SRX discontinued?
A spirited design for an ever-changing world, the Cadillac SRX (discontinued in 2016) was a crossover with style, space and safety.