2004 Cadillac SRX

It may be dwarfed by the Escalade, but Cadillac‘s excellent new sport-utility is a very big deal, indeed.

In the last couple of years, following the introduction of the , a new class of automobiles has emerged: the performance utility vehicle. Cadillac’s recent introduction, the SRX, looks like nothing else on the road, and it really does drive like the really big car that it is. Simply, the SRX offers the perks of the SUV experience, heightened stance, visibility, and cargo space, with the butter-like, responsive drive of your gray-haired father’s DeVille. Also, the SRX is no baby Escalade. It won’t likely play to the rap stars and professional athletes (or the apathetic teenagers who worship them), so don’t expect it to be swarmed with writhing, bikini-clad models in any forthcoming music videos.

The available 4.6-liter Northstar V-8 with variable valve timing, which

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