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Thursday, May 15, 2003
May 2003


Cadillac says the 2004 SRX crossover sport-utility vehicle will carry a starting price of $37,995 (excluding destination freight charge of $695). The SRX is scheduled to hit dealerships early this fall.

Cadillac says the SRX V-6's price includes standard equipment such as a 3.6L V-6 VVT engine with 260 horsepower, 5-speed automatic with Driver Shift Control, RWD, StabiliTrak, speed-sensitive variable effort steering, four-channel ABS with Panic Brake Assist and traction control, power adjustable second row, side curtain airbags, theater seating, leather seating surfaces and one year of OnStar Directions & Connections Service.

A V-8 model of the SRX will have a starting price of $46,300 (not including DFC of $695). The V-8 model includes all the standard equipment offered on the V-6 model, plus the next-generation Northstar V-8 VVT engine with 320 hp; 18-inch wheels, reconfigurable storage, universal garage door opener, 6 CD changer, power passenger seat, wood trim, heated seats and power adjust pedals.

Other optional features available on the V-6 and V-8 models include AWD, power third row seat, Ultra View or Ultra View Plus sunroof, rear seat entertainment, DVD navigation, Magnetic Ride Control, XM Satellite Radio, a Bose sound system with six-CD in-dash changer.





















Gabriel,
2001 CL Type S
2001 Lexus RX300 Silversport
 

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The SRX will join the Cadillac CTS sport sedan and the 400-hp CTSv at the Lansing Grand River assembly plant; the plant and the CTS scored the best GM launch in history as the J.D. Power Initial Quality Survey reported just 88 problems per 100 vehicles. Last year GM sold 37,896 CTSs and plans to boost that number to 40,000 or perhaps 45,000 units for 2003.

Also worth noting:

Buyers interested in the current generation of Cadillac’s STS shouldn’t look forward to a 2004 model. Cadillac executives at the launch of the brand’s SRX crossover and XLR roadster report that the STS will finish its production run as a front-drive vehicle as a 2003 model. The 2004 model will be skipped and a new 2005 rear-drive replacement for the STS, based on GM’s new Sigma architecture, will be unveiled late in 2004. The current STS, selling at the rate of about 20,000 units a year, is built at GM’s Hamtramck plant; its successor will be assembled alongside the SRX and CTS at the Lansing Grand River assembly plant

Gabriel,
2001 CL Type S
2001 Lexus RX300 Silversport
 
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