Car looks great and well maintained by previous owner. However, it is not as solid as it looks, and is actually something of a rattletrap unless on perfect road. Also a serious gas guzzler, comes nowhere near the projected mileage, especially for in town driving. Lots of nice features and "luxury" items, but definitely not as well made as I'd hoped.
2007 Cadillac SRXretired - Syaracuse, New York01/08/2012
Dissappointed that it doesn't have blue tooth. Have to subscribe to Onstar in order to use the telephone feature. The SCV is not adjustable, so when I stop I have trouble hearing the radio. I had to turn the SCV off. When the vehicle isn't used for a short period of time the battery goes dead. The battery was replaced, but that didn't resolve the problem. Other than that it has been trouble free.
Still Fit and Finish Issues
2007 Cadillac SRXA Caddy for Momma - Suburban WASHDC07/20/2010
I am very satisfied with our 2007 SRX (46,000 miles) with one exception. The center and side dash vents are constructed with such cheap plastic that the direction knobs keep breaking off. Come on GM! It's your flagship brand!
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