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Small crossover No. 3: Cadillac SRX
Roll-out: August
Price: $34,155
Fuel economy: Not yet announced

This time, Cadillac gets smaller. The new SRX is much smaller than the current version. With just two rows of seats and a lower price it's now a direct competitor to the Lexus RX 350.

The SRX will be available with either a 3.0-liter 265-horsepower V6 or a turbocharged 300-horsepower 2.8-liter V6. A new advanced all-wheel-drive system automatically shifts power front to back and side-to-side in the rear as needed.

The new SRX will have a handsome interior design similar to that of the Cadillac CTS, including the nifty pop-up touch screen for navigation. It will also have the same pause-and-play radio feature that lets you stop a radio show and restart it when you want.

NEXT: Wagon: Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon

Last updated July 10 2009: 11:48 AM ET
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