What is it?
Softly sprung and poorly damped so that it bounces on UK roads, the SRX isn't the kind of car to attack a B-road with. Mind you, it's not the kind of car you want to attack any road with.
Can shimmy over broken surfaces, so not actually that relaxing to drive when compared to rivals - doesn't seem to be able to cope with bumps. Or corners. Seasickness is a worry.
On the inside
Either a 3.6-litre V6 or a 4.6-litre V8. The V6 gets a respectable 332bhp, 0-62mph in 8.1 seconds, 125mph top end and 20.2mpg. The big 396bhp V8 is faster again at 7.4 seconds for the sprint to 62mph and 140mph, but offers appalling economy at 16.9mpg (which you'll struggle to achieve in the real world).
About as cool as yellow dungarees and rainbow socks.