2010 Cadillac SRX vs. 2010 Lincoln MKT Video

Some of the press conferences at the Detroit auto show focused on technologies that won't be available in the U.S. in the near future, but two luxury crossovers debuted at the show that will go on sale this summer. The Cadillac SRX and Lincoln MKT take different approaches to attract luxury buyers, and in this video we take a look at how they compare by looking at their styling, size, interior quality, seat comfort and features.

Comments 

S. A. N.

Isn't that kind of an unfair comparison? They're going after different markets. If you compared the OLD SRX with the MKT that would make sense or compare the NEW SRX with the MKX it would, but that's like comparing an Explorer with a Suburban.

SAN
It was part of our Detroit auto show coverage and both were domestic, luxury crossovers debuting there and made sense to put into one video. But yes, they are different as far as seating configurations go etc.

JM

The MKT looks like a hearse

kramer

man the srx is awesome, hopefully it beats out the lexus rx. finally a luxury suv crossover that provides what people need. cadillac is making some great improvements

Bob

The Lincoln MKT has a styling advantage. It is a new look for Lincoln and it surpasses the Cadillac by far. The Cadillac cow-catcher grill is outdated but the Lincoln new split grille has much more appeal. I have seen both cars and the Lincoln is far superior in all categories

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