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Nicest Vehicle I've ever Owned!
Pros: Comfort, Easy of Drivability!
Cons: Wish it got 40 miles to the gallon, Mid 20s is ok. ^.^I've Owned Close to 100 Auto's in my Lifetime. 54 yrs. This is the Nicest one Yet. Comfort, Style, Room, and Handling all in one! This is a Must Test Drive for the folks who look for Room, Handling along with Luxurious Comfort. My Sister Bought the Buick Enclave! Both nice!
Best value for the price
Pros: On Star
Cons: Cloth SeatsI have had about 5 trips in my accadia. it was a very comfortable ride. this was my first vehicle with OnStar and it is all it says it is. performance is great. it is a SLT model and I wish I had got the model with leather and a few more extras
Pros: Back up camera
Cons: Rear 2nd row folding seats are a tad difficult to operate.What a sleeper! Who would have thought an SUV would have so much space and power? Starting to have a few electrical problems and this engine should not smoke like it does for a sealed system? I am wondering if this is not an indicator of major engine trouble? Only 15,000 mileage.
largest suv ever owned
Pros: bose sound system
Cons: no chains available for 19' tires for snow & ice. Could not climb hill to house in mtns. of nc.gas mileage 17- 19.2 average mpg best was 22.2 downhill from knoxville, tn to greenville, sc
Cons: it rolls on hills
Advice: great family cardoes GREAT on the highway. we filled up once the whole time we were in San Francisco.
Cons: this is a government owned manufacturer and is union made.
Advice: be careful about the fed ownershiip of the companyvery responsive and quick. good fuel economy.
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Advice: Read reviewIt is a fantastic car. The Acadia is the best car I’ve owned in thirty years. As I was getting into it, a week ago, a fellow stopped me and complimented me on its looks. He said he liked it better than the Lexus. (And it’s $10-20,000 cheaper.) It has plenty of interior space. A large driver would feel claustrophobic in a Volvo XC 90, but not here. With the multiple-adjusting steering wheel there is huge flexibility in terms of driver comfort. The seats are extremely comfortable making long drives easy on the back and butt. With the third or second row seats folded there is a ton of cargo room. Also there are plenty of storage areas. It hugs the road nicely, even in wet weather, and we did not buy AWD. It take hills and curves well. It is extremely well-built and very nice throughout. They used their heads for virtually every aspect of the car. It rides very nicely, more like a car than a SUV. The controls, while not awe inspiring, are laid out well and are intuitive. They look beautiful at night. The AC outlet means one can charge a laptop while on the way to the airport, without fiddling with various adaptor cords. GM should be applauded—they did it right. It’s hard to drive it and not smile. We researched many different cars and are extremely pleased we bought the Acadia. It was a terrific decision.