The 2015 Cadillac SRX is a smaller, more carlike counter to the macho, super-luxurious Escalade. At the same time, it takes aim at a completely different crowd—those who want a comfortable, manageable utility vehicle that performs well but is more mild-mannered and economical to drive and own.
The SRX is the most dated model in the Cadillac lineup, yet it still still does manage to look contemporary. It wears the edgy Arts and Science design that we’ve come to know from Cadillac, and its upscale interior harkens more to the brand’s newest sedans than any of GM’s lesser vehicles.
Power for all SRX models comes from a 308-horsepower, 3.6-liter V-6 engine, with a six-speed automatic transmission. You can get this vehicle with front- or all-wheel drive, and the all-wheel-drive models use a Haldex system with electronic limited-slip differential; the latter is a great choice for snowy climates and bad weather.
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The BMW 8 series is one of the cars that should have been a hit but wasn’t. It was far too expensive and Mercedes-Benz was doing better for less money at the time. It looked good though and the handling was extremely brilliant for a large car. It had big wheels and tires and race spec suspension but somehow, it did not sell well. BMW had a 10 year run from 1989-1999.
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With more refinement, higher-tech and a more comfortable cabin, the 2015 Cadillac Escalade takes both the Cadillac brand and the Escalade nameplate into new territory. Embodying the spirit of tasteful excess, the Escalade is unique in the marketplace for its capabilities.
This is, of course, a great thing. Some other luxury utes have faded into the woodwork, and others aren’t quite up to the most extreme tasks. GM makes the Escalade precisely for the folks who want everything of everything. They tow, they trailer, they tailgate, and they do not go quietly.
Those drivers will find the Escalade to be more of everything this year. It is the Cadillac of GM SUVs, and that is no small thing. It’s quieter, it’s smoother, it’s more attractive, and it’s more fully equipped, just like GM’s other upgraded SUVs and the pickup trucks that spawned
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2014 Subaru Forester
It seems there’s interest in vehicles with love, as our video road test of the 2014 Subaru Forester was our most watched video. It features more interior space, better packaging, and more miles per gallon, we can
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The 2014 Cadillac ELR is an entirely new kind of Cadillac. It’s not only a compact luxury coupe, but the first-ever plug-in model for the luxury brand. It’s a high-style, premium range-extended electric car, with a battery range of 37 miles that’s extended by a gasoline for a total driving range on one tank of as much as 345 miles.
The ELR’s most flattering angle comes from those numbers–when viewing it as a less practical relative of the groundbreaking Chevy Volt. Seen as a luxury sport coupe, the ELR falters. It’s an uneasy fit in the Cadillac fold, and its breathtaking price gives even spendy green drivers pause.
If its stats sound suspiciously like the rather less glamorous or luxurious Chevrolet Volt, there’s good reason: The two cars share powertrains, if not body styles and other running gear. Fundamentally, the ELR employs
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With the ELR, Cadillac attempted to redefine the idea of the personal luxury coupe—around plug-in capability, and an all-electric range that’s longer than most Americans’ daily commutes, plus chiseled good looks and one very plush cabin. The only thing missing, arguably, was a price tag set within the realm of sanity. At more than $75k, it was hard to make an argument for the ELR, even if you did your best to ignore the cachet of the Tesla Model S, or could see past the CLA45 AMG that would perform above and beyond and get better mileage on longer highway trips.
The brand may have sent a foul ball spinning into the bleachers, but it’s not yet willing to say that it struck out with the ELR. After sitting out the 2015 model year completely, Cadillac’s extended-range electric coupe (or plug-in hybrid) enters the 2016 model year with $10k price
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