2017 Cadillac Lineup: SRX In Or Out?

Dec 30, 2016 06:00 AM EST | Joanne Zamora

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The 2017 Cadillac lineup adds a new crossover SUV which replaces the SRX. Last year, the American luxury car brand introduced its new range-topping Cadillac CT6 sedan. This year, the new 2017 Cadillac XT5 utility vehicle is in as it waves goodbye to the SRX.

According to The Car Connection, Cadillac also dropped the ELR extended range electric coupe and added the CT6 Plug-In Hybrid and shifted from the Escalade to CTS-V. But those are not the only changes in the range. According to Motor Authority, here is what else is changing—the 2017 Cadillac lineup. 

Here's what's new with the 2017 Cadillac ATS: Bronze Dune and Silver Moonlight Metallic exterior colors, base engine of 2.0-liter turbo inline-4, availability of 17-inch alloy wheels in two finishes, revised trim levels including base, Luxury, Premium Luxury, Premium Performance, and ATS-V, added new Carbon Black sport package, and Standard CUW infortainment system

As for the 2017 Cadillac CTS, check out these new features: available new colors - Bronze Dune Metallic and Silver Moonlight Metallic, upgraded front grille and rear fascia, upgraded trim levels including base, Luxury, Premium Luxury, V-Sport, V-Sport Premium Luxury, and CTS-V, availability of rear camera mirror, and added new Carbon Black sport package

2017 Cadillac XTS update: new colors - Phantom Gray Metallic, Bronze Dune Metallic, and Deep Amethyst Metallic, revised gauge cluster, and 20-inch wheels on V-Sport trim.

2017 Cadillac CT6 features: CT6 Plug-In Hybrid available, and new colors: Phantom Gray Metallic and Bronze Dune Metallic.

The 2017 Cadillac XT5: new model to replace SRX, powered by a 3.6-liter V-6 engine connected to 8-speed automatic transmission, and an option to choose from front- or all-wheel drive

2017 Cadillac Escalade has: added new rear camera mirror and automatic parking assist, new colors: Dark Adriatic Blue Metallic and Bronze Dune Metallic, and added new 22-inch aluminum wheel design.

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