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Caddy's Back!

Three new Cadillac models offer something for everyone.

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This story appears in the June 2003 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

If you have room in your garage, a trio of Cadillacs can fulfill all your driving needs: the SRX SUV for work and weekends, the XLR convertible for vacations, and the strictly-for-business CTS sedan.

The new midsized 2004 SRX ($32,500) goes into production this summer. This SUV crossover is luxury all the way with a spectacular (optional) 5-foot sunroof, clutchless and automatic shifting and Stabilitrak suspension control. As an all-wheel-drive or a five- or seven-passenger rear-wheel-drive, it can tow 3,500 pounds with a 4.6-liter 315-horsepower Northstar V-8 engine with 310 pound-feet of torque. Cargo space is flexible-the second row of seats folds flat, and the optional third row power-folds into the floor. Styled with a squared-off front and curved rear end, the SRX is unmistakably a Cadillac.

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