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Old 12-31-2011, 10:36 AM   #1
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Anybody towing a Cadillac SRX

Close to making a deal on a 2011 SRX the owners manual states they are towable (by removing 3 fuses) in light of the news on the Chev Cruze now not being towable I thought would check for input from anyone towing a 2010-11 SRX before writing the check. thanks in advance for any input

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Remco says towable as is. They are the towing experts, but I would call a Caddy dealer for sure. www.remcotowing.com/vehicles

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The SRX uses a different tranny than the Cruze. Probably the same one as in my GMC Acadia (high torque/hp 6 speed auto). Tows fine - ours has been towed 40k+ miles.
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