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great SUV for the suburban family to do light driv
Pros: small enough to fit in parking spaces easily but big enough to get the job done
Cons: the cheapness of the seatsGreat vehicle except it did not hold up well under heavy driving conditions.
pretty good choice
Pros: Able to do most things well
Cons: Does not exceed at any one thing.Not very good off road in deeper snow. Overall a nice ride. Does have some pretty bad blind spots for me. Highway mileage is much better than just driving in town. Very reliable thus far.
Cons: fuel economyGreat car. Drives and rides like a car instead of a truck.
Pros: The folding second row seats are the best in the industry.
Cons: Heating controls should be positional (rotary or slider), not buttons.With over 44,000 miles this vehicle has been trouble free. The Acadia with optional chrome wheels, pearlesent white paint and brick and black interior as beautiful as it has been reliable. Mileage is good for such a big vehicle, but I hope full hybrid version comes out soon.
LONG ENOUGH TO EVALUATE
Pros: MOST COMFORTABLE SEATS
Cons: PROGRAMMING NAVIGATION SYSTEMWE HAD A 2000 MERCURY FOR 8YEARS HAVETHIS ACADIA LONG ENOUGH TO VALUE THE REAL DIFFRENCE SEATS ARE VERY COMFORTABLE FOR AND ADULT OVER THE AGE OF FIFTY REALLY GREAT ON OPEN INTERSTATES AVG. 19 MPG WITH A AWD IN WESTERN KS.
Pros: Looks, safety
Cons: Hard to find parking places with ample room to protect it.We have owned many vehicles including BMWs, Mercedes-Benz and domestics. We have never been happier with a vehicle over a period of years and service as we are with our 2007 Yukon. Over 50,000 miles, very smooth, quiet and comfortable. Gets 19 mpg at 75 mph, over 20 at 55 mph.