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2010 Cadillac SRX
Cadillac, which many industry watchers feel is GM's strongest brand, has been missing a really competitive and up-to-date crossover from its lineup. That's a key item for a luxury brand these days. The new SRX will be smaller, more agile and more contemporary-looking than the current version.

It will be available with a choice of two V6 engines including the same highly regarded direct-injected engine that powers the popular Cadillac CTS sedan. A sophisticated all-wheel-drive system will automatically shift power, as needed, from back to front and from side to side on the rear axle.

Inside, the new SRX has the same pop-up navigation screen as the CTS. It opens to a big square when needed or closes to a narrow, unobtrusive rectangle.

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Last updated January 13 2009: 3:59 PM ET
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