April 22, 2015
- Thanks to lower labor costs and free-trade agreements across the globe, automakers are making many of their cars in Mexico. Here is a list of which cars are made in Mexico and sold in the U.S. Cadillac SRX: Cadillac’s popular SRX crossover is made in Ramos Arizpe, Mexico, the same plant that used to make... The post Which Cars Are Made In Mexico? appeared first on AutoGuide.com News.
April 9, 2015
- Cadillac's SRX could be redesigned – and renamed – in time for the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show
April 8, 2015
- Cadillac’s next crossover is slated to debut sometime next fall, likely during the L.A. Auto Show. The company will probably take the opportunity to shift its bread-and-butter product to its new alpha numeric nomenclature as the XT5, aligning it with the product naming strategy that Cadillac announced late last year. The SRX became Cadillac’s... The post Next Cadillac SRX to Debut This Fall appeared first on AutoGuide.com News.
February 24, 2015
- New information has surfaced regarding the replacement for the Cadillac SRX. Following the American automaker’s new nomenclature, the SRX replacement will sport the XT5 nameplate and is expected to arrive as a 2017 model. According to Motor Trend, the XT5 will be available with two wheelbases, the shorter of which is internally called C1UL while the stretched... The post Cadillac XT5 May Offer Two Wheelbases appeared first on AutoGuide.com News.
February 22, 2015
- The SRX replacement is still hiding behind some heavy camo.
February 19, 2015
- An interesting story of Charles’ journey through the crossover universe.
February 18, 2015
- Many outlets are anticipating that the SRX replacement -- the Cadillac XT5 -- will show alongside the upcoming CT6.
January 13, 2015
- The next all-new vehicle for Cadillac will be a compact crossover positioned below the SRX. That will probably come in early 2017.
November 26, 2014
- Cadillac needs better crossovers, and more of them.
November 20, 2014
- Cadillac's new boss believes General Motors' luxury brand could eventually sell ultra-luxury cars that retail for a quarter-million dollars by 2029. Cadillac may also get more crossover models to supplement the SRX.