Our objections with any of the 2010 Cadillac SRX crossovers are few. If you don't care for its highly stylized shape and wide-ranging use of metallic plastic inside, you're out of luck--and you're in a minority. Pricing is appropriately rich, for better or worse. The SRX Turbo runs just under $50,000, essentially $3000 more than a well-optioned, non-turbo SRX. At least there are precious few boxes to tick on the order form; once you've selected the all-wheel-drive SRX, you opt for the turbo engine, then add on chrome wheels, heated seats and an entertainment system if you like. With those additions, a $55,000 sticker price is easily within reach, though, higher even than the Audi Q5 and BMW X3 our editors recently sampled.
Sales of the turbocharged SRX begin in October, while the non-turbo 2010 Cadillac SRX is available now. You can read our road test and see photos, specifications and other information on our 2010 Cadillac SRX page right now; stay tuned for a full review of other opinions from around the Web, too.
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