The 2009 Cadillac SRX comes very well equipped, as you might expect from any Cadillac model; there’s also a short list that includes several clever and luxurious options.
Standard features include power windows, locks, and mirrors; cruise control; air conditioning; and an AM/FM/CD player. Major options include the third-row seat, leather trim, and all-wheel drive with either engine/transmission combination.
Among the standout features, Cadillac's "Adaptive Remote Start system" allows starting and climate adjustment "from up to 200 feet away," according to Cars.com reviewers. An "SRX Sport package" comes "with 4-inch dual polished exhaust tips, a six-speed automatic with Drive Control shift, all-wheel drive and a limited-slip differential."
The 2009 Cadillac SRX sound system should appeal to younger drivers, according to Autoblog, citing the impressive "Bose 5.1 audio system, which includes a single-disc CD player, MP3 compatibility, DVD, navigation and XM radio." Also handy is a "center console [with] ample storage" and a "double glove box" with "a 'secret' compartment that's fully lined."
Meanwhile, outdoor types might be pulled in by the Premium Luxury Package, which Automedia especially likes. “For wind and sun worshipers, nearly the entire SRX interior can be opened to the elements with the optional ‘UltraView’ sunroof system, the largest available in the segment,” the reviewer declares.
A navigation system is standard on the SRX V-8 model, but it’s optional on the V-6. OnStar-equipped models also get turn-by-turn navigation assistance.