2010 Cadillac SRX Values

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2010 model year changes

Cadillac's SRX performance crossover wagon is all-new for 2010, with a wider but shorter body, a roomier interior (though for five rather than the former seven passengers), and a completely new mechanical layout. The available V8 is gone, leaving a new standard direct-injection V6 and optional turbocharged V6. The latter is Cadillac's first-ever turbocharged gasoline engine. Most importantly, the SRX gets a huge price cut. The base 2010 Cadillac SRX is down more than $6,000 compared to the 2009 SRX.


Competitive comparison

Affordable price for a full-fledged luxury crossover; available turbocharged performance; respectable fuel economy; comfortable interior; tech and entertainment features


Special features for 2010

Cadillac's performance-oriented SRX crossover becomes more affordable but just as sporty and lavish inside with a complete redesign. The SRX's newly standard direct-injection V6 provides improved fuel economy, while the turbocharged engine that arrives later in the model year promises to maintain the model's enthusiast appeal. And for families, the SRX now offers a new hard-drive entertainment system. It all comes back to price, though; with a base price in the mid-thirties, the base-model 2010 SRX is a luxury crossover bargain.




The 2010 Cadillac SRX luxury crossover utility vehicle has received a total redesign. The standard engine is a 3.0L V6 which produces 265 hp, a 10 hp bump over the previous model while earning a 10-15% improvement in fuel economy. A more powerful 2.8L turbocharged V6 is optional, and produces 300 hp. Both engines are mated to six-speed automatic transmissions. The SRX is available with FWD or AWD. Side head curtain and front seat-mounted pelvic/thorax side air bags are standard.