Power Liftgate/DeckLid, 4WD/AWD, BOSE Sound System, Satellite Radio Ready, Parking Sensors, Rear View Camera
6 Cylinders, 4WD, 3.6L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 101K Miles, Black/Black
Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Satellite Radio Ready, Parking Sensors, Rear View Camera, 3rd Rear Seat, Fold-Away Third Row
6 Cylinders, 2WD, 3.6L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 91K Miles, Silver/Black
I went from a 2012 Camry to this 2013 Acadia. It works for me since I have 3 small children. With the split-bench 2nd row, my 5-year-old can get in and buckle himself. It's very good if I need extra cargo space with letting part of the 3rd row down. But I don't like the car seat latch for the 3rd row. It's in the middle of the seat, which means I have to rigid my 5-year-old's high-back booster seat. But other than that it works for me, for now!
I love my ride but when I got it home and after driving it a week or two, there are rattles from the left front windshield molding area and the mid right side. When the sound system is off, I can definitely hear the rattles. I stuck a small pience of weather stripping between the dash and the windshield left molding and it stopped the rattle but it doesn't look real good. Other than these minor things...I love it.
We loved the styling of the Acadia since it first came out in 2007. It is a very sharp looking vehicle, inside and out. However, GMC has failed to provide what I consider acceptable quality parts and craftsmanship. If you really love this vehicle, do some research before you commit. Don't be blinded by the styling beauty. Take heed of the criticism on the vehicle's engine, transmission, electrical components, etc. We have had our transmission replaced; the new one is failing. Running out of room so here's the failures: - Transmission - Driver Door Hinge - Left Rear Passenger Door Hinge - Rear Lift Gate - Both Read Door Lock Actuators - Cruise Control YouTube: "Acadia Headlight Replacement", then do "Battery". Good Luck!