BIRMINGHAM, MI – General Motors Corp. plans to begin shipping to dealers next month its first batch of ’10 Cadillac SRX cross/utility vehicles, a product tasked with toppling the longtime segment-leading Lexus RX 350, but buyers won’t be able to get its high-line powertrain until fall. Lyndon Schneider, vehicle chief engineer-global compact crossover vehicles at GM, says the 2.8L sequential-injection turbocharged V-6, which would trump output from the RX 350’s 3.5L V-6, was a late addition ...
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