The 2008 Cadillac SRX is a tastefully styled crossover. The wagon rear end is a bit tall for some tastes, but the crisp lines have worn nicely over the years.
The SRX's tall wagon body still looks sophisticated, even at four years old. Autoblog likes its V-shaped grille, and says the Sport package makes it even more pronounced. Car and Driver dislikes the wagon-like boxiness, and takes issue with the "starched and crisp" sheetmetal. Edmunds says the "angular styling suggests sporting intent."
The newly styled interior is praised by reviewers as well. Kelley Blue Book says it's straightforward, while reviewers at Autoblog are impressed with the way controls were revamped, and praise its uncluttered look." Edmunds says the alloy and wood trim are tasteful touches, and work well with the analog clock and supple leather upholstery. Cars.com likes the SRX's curvy center stack.