|MPG||City 16 / Hwy 20|
|Engine||V6 Cylinder Engine|
|Drive Train||Rear wheel drive|
Built on GM?s new Sigma platform, which is also being used for the company?s CTS sedan, the SRX promises a lower center of gravity than most competitors. The automaker says this improves ride and handling ?without compromising [the] driver?s command view of the road.? Two engines will be available, with either a rear-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive (AWD) configuration. Cadillac will be promoting the driving dynamics of the SRX, as it did for the CTS sedan. Magnetic Ride Control (MRC), Cadillac?s active suspension system, will be an option. The MRC system applies electrical current to a coil in the damper?s piston, which varies the viscosity of fluid that holds iron particles in suspension. The amount of current controls suspension firmness, which can change up to 1,000 times per second.
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