The SRX is a saucy-looking mid-sized luxury crossover that’s one of the best-selling models for Cadillac. With a capable 3.6-liter V6 engine that makes 308 horsepower with 265 pound-feet of torque, it can haul even when filled with passengers (the zero-to-60 is about 7 seconds flat). Safe driving is assured with front side airbags and side curtain airbags, and a decent safety rating overall. Choose from four different trim levels that include: Base, Luxury, Performance and Premium (at the cost of each upgrade you will enjoy added amenities, but the standard fit and fare are well accommodating to begin with). The CUE interface puts songs, movies and apps at your fingertips, and includes GPS and OnStar standard; it also is touch and swipe responsive but rather clumsy at getting it right. If you opt for the base model, you’ll enjoy shiny 18” alloy wheels, parking sensors in the front and back, climate control (two-zone), powered driver’s seat, heated mirrors, and foldable rear seats. Upgraded models offer things like rain-sensing wipers, backup camera, sunroof and leather upholstery (upgraded from vinyl), in addition to an optional real wood trim. For its price, the SRX stacks up nicely to the competition, and the 4-year/50,000 mile warranty is comforting, too.