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2006 Cadillac SRX

2006 Cadillac SRX Review

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One day a few years back, an SUV engineer somewhere was sitting in his office daydreaming, when suddenly a Suburban rear-ended a Porsche 911 outside his window, and he caught a glimpse of the unified mess of metal. It hit him. "Hey, guys," he proclaimed, "why don't we take one of these stupid trucks and make it really fast?" Thus was spawned the too-tall-to-be-a-wagon but too-fast-to-be-an-SUV segment of the market that is now home to the Infiniti FX45, the Porsche Cayenne Turbo, the BMW X5 4.8, and the Cadillac SRX. Things apparently move a bit slower in England; in an attempt to go where everyone else is leaving, Land Rover's new LR3 offers a traditional formula: lots of weight, lots of utility, and little gas mileage or agility. The completely new Discovery replacement promises the off-road prowess that Land Rover has come to represent, but can it escape the tractor like ride and poor reliability of the outgoing Disco and compete with modern offerings? On the other hand, is Cadillac falling short on utility for the sake of handling and speed? Or has one of these companies mixed the ingredients just right to serve up a delicious vehicle?

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