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Originally classed as a mid-size luxury SUV when released before being reclassified in 2010 as a compact luxury crossover SUV is the Cadillac SRX.
The model was introduced to take advantage of a growing market of smaller SUVs as the company's large Esacalade SUV was too big for the masses.
First-generation SRX's sold well even with a limited range of engine options and as the company kept tweaking the offering they managed to hang onto sales.
Cadillac knew that to take on more of the market share they needed to lighten the SRX to help it compete against an army of new crossover SUVs that boasted lighter weights and lower running costs.
The second-generation model switched from a heavy platform shared with other big Cadillac cars to one used by lighter GM SUVs such as the Chevrolet Equinox.
When customers got hold of their second-generation SRX's they found them to be 5% lighter with more features such as a built-in WiFi hotspot.
Safety ratings for the second-generation model were also amazing with almost every test by NHTSA being 5 out of 5 stars.
Sales almost instantly tripled with the introduction of the second SRX and grew for several years until the company replaced it with their fleet of new SUVs.