The Good: Panoramic sunroof, third row of seats, cash rebates
The Bad: So-so fuel efficiency, unattractive exterior
The Bottom Line: A luxury station wagon on steroids
Cadillac may be the best thing General Motors (GM) has going for it. Even as the parent company struggles financially, the Cadillac division continues to compete head-on with formidable rivals such as BMW and Toyota's (TM) Lexus by focusing on quality, features and value (what a revolutionary idea!). It also believes in Japanese-style continuous improvement of its products—a concept essential to today's subject, the '07 Cadillac SRX.
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