No problems. Good gas mileage.
2nd auto from carmax!
Great auto, great company to deal with.
Horrible engineering and high maintenance cost
2008 Cadillac SRXAlex P. - Charleston, SC04/04/2016
V8 AWD model.
The mechanical engineering of this vehicle and component placement is simple awful. Combine that with overpriced parts and you're in for a maintenance nightmare. I always work on my own vehicles, but this car simply kicked my behind. Under 100K, the following items went bad, incomplete list:
Both front engine mounts $1200 to replace - need to remove exhaust manifold to get to them. Radiator distribution hose $250. Coolant tank $150. HID headlight lamp $100 each + 2 hours in labor (entire front end needs to come apart). Engine coolant temperature sensor - need to drop transmission to get to. Thermostat. A/C blend door actuator. Can't rotate tires, so front wears out way too fast. Battery dies if car sits for over 5 days.
Wonderful car, great price.
2014 Cadillac SRXSarah Gibson - Rio Rancho, NM12/05/2016
Good gas mileage, very comfortable, drive very smooth. Excellent to take on a road trip, excellent Bose sound system. It had enough bells and whistles for me. This model doesn't have seats warmer, steering warmer or an automatic pilot. Reasonable price, why pay the same price for a luxury and an ok Ford model when you could drive an luxury CADILLAC
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