Canadian Driver has a thoughtful test drive article about the 2010 Cadillac SRX here:
The SRX is a well-sorted luxury crossover. As with most Cadillacs, the look is polarizing; an Audi Q5 will find more fans in the middle-of-the-road looks camp, but this Caddy is definitely one of the most distinctive-looking vehicles in this class.
Such subjectivities aside, this second-generation SRX is, overall, a far better fit in the entry-luxury crossover segment than its odd-duck precedessor. Some of its competitors are prettier, and others sportier, but what’s most impressive is that Cadillac has created a very good crossover that manages to feel just a little bit different than anything else in the class, and it deserves a look for that reason alone.
The new Cadillac SRX is a great design for many in its target audience. The interior and exterior look luxurious. It has good power, and good fuel economy. The things it needs to be and to do for the people who need this type of vehicle it appears to be and do very well.
One of the features that some are missing is that this capable SRX corners as well as a sedan.