Cadillac SRX Fuel Consumption


 SRX II 2010-2013

SRX II | 2010-2013

Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle
3.0 V6 Autoamatic Petrol (Gasoline) 18 mpg
13.1 L/100km
22 mpg (UK)
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
-
3.0 V6 AWD Autoamatic Petrol (Gasoline) 16 mpg
14.7 L/100km
19 mpg (UK)
22 mpg
10.7 L/100km
26 mpg (UK)
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  SRX 2003-2009

SRX | 2003-2009

Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle
3.6 i V6 24V AWD Petrol (Gasoline) 17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
19 mpg
12.4 L/100km
23 mpg (UK)
3.6 i V6 24V RWD Petrol (Gasoline) 14 mpg
16.8 L/100km
17 mpg (UK)
23 mpg
10.2 L/100km
28 mpg (UK)
21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
4.6 i V8 32V RWD Petrol (Gasoline) 16 mpg
14.7 L/100km
19 mpg (UK)
21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
18 mpg
13.1 L/100km
22 mpg (UK)
4.6 i V8 32V AWD Petrol (Gasoline) 16 mpg
14.7 L/100km
19 mpg (UK)
19 mpg
12.4 L/100km
23 mpg (UK)
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
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The majority of cars are set to economize fuel and show the lowest possible consumption in a speed range of 80–100 km/h, which is… sluggish. Going over 110 km/h usually results in 20% more fuel burn. However, this is not the same with large engines with a capacity of 3 liters or more, as they can go faster while still keeping fuel consumption to a minimum. But remember that large engines are considered the very devil in terms of ecology these days.
 SRX II 2010-2013

SRX II | 2010-2013

Modification
3.0 V6 Autoamatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
18 mpg
13.1 L/100km
22 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
-
Modification
3.0 V6 AWD Autoamatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
16 mpg
14.7 L/100km
19 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
22 mpg
10.7 L/100km
26 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
-
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  SRX 2003-2009

SRX | 2003-2009

Modification
3.6 i V6 24V AWD
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
19 mpg
12.4 L/100km
23 mpg (UK)
Modification
3.6 i V6 24V RWD
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
14 mpg
16.8 L/100km
17 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
23 mpg
10.2 L/100km
28 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
Modification
4.6 i V8 32V RWD
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
16 mpg
14.7 L/100km
19 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
18 mpg
13.1 L/100km
22 mpg (UK)
Modification
4.6 i V8 32V AWD
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
16 mpg
14.7 L/100km
19 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
19 mpg
12.4 L/100km
23 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
More modifications
The majority of cars are set to economize fuel and show the lowest possible consumption in a speed range of 80–100 km/h, which is… sluggish. Going over 110 km/h usually results in 20% more fuel burn. However, this is not the same with large engines with a capacity of 3 liters or more, as they can go faster while still keeping fuel consumption to a minimum. But remember that large engines are considered the very devil in terms of ecology these days.