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Customer Review Summary for 2008 Cadillac SRX
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2008 Cadillac SRXPam - Ripon, CA07/28/2014
It's the best of both worlds. It's convenient like an SUV but it's also elegant like a car.
2008 Cadillac SRXtrisha - Houston Tx06/08/2011
The car rides great, I enjoy all the bell and whishes that are on the car and it will be even greater when I master them all. Great car for entertaining the kids on long rides also.
2008 Cadillac SRXFramer - , 11/18/2013
The SRX is a smaller car than the Fourrunner and others. The interior room is a little cramped. But then again I am used to the luxury of the Sedan De Ville. But since Cadillac only offers the larger cars with in a V8, I chose the SRX. The V6 has plenty of power and responds very well. The one I have is a basic model without any of the excess frills of the more gadget filled cars.
Reliability is very important to me and as such my mechanic suggested the SRX V6 as the best choice. I don't care much for the different tire sizes but there is no way around that.
Handling is good, better than the big sedans. I feel like I got rid of my father's car and got my son's car.
Overall, it is a good choice and I would recommend it to anyone interested in a fairly luxurious automobile.
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