Used 2011 GMC Acadia SLE in Dulles, VA
Reviews for 2011 GMC Acadia
Work in Progress
Pros are the amount of seating and the air flow even on the third row Cons are that it's been in the shop just about as much as I have been able to drive it. Had to have a new motor within three days of purchase and has since had work on the transmission valves. Still leaking and headed back to the shop today.
Great touring vehicle
We've had this car for about a year and a half. It's been a very reliable vehicle. Our only trouble with it has been at 60,000 miles the power steering pump went out and we developed a knock in the steering which had us replacing rack and pinion. I don't believe this should be a problem with a vehicle with less than 100K on it, but it was a fleet vehicle before we bought it. I'm not a pro, but I choose to give the vehicle the benefit of the doubt and say that maybe it wasn't cared for as it should have been since it belonged to a fleet. Other than that, the car has been a dream to drive. We've taken it on trips half way across the US, and it's very comfortable. As long as we have no more major problems, I will buy another.
The Best Traveling Car We've Owned to Date
This is the most comfortable and well handling traveling car we've ever owned. We found it on the lot at CarMax, a place we always start at to look for our next vehicle. And because it is the Denali model, it has all the bells and whistles we love. Even though the car was 5 years old when we bought it, the mileage was very low, indicating that the previous owner did not drive it much. So we decided to take a chance and just love it. The seats are so comfortable and east to adjust, and it has so much "get up and go" on the highway. We love the extras, such as back up camera, power lift gate and moon\sunroof. The newer GMC Acadia will be on of the first cars we will look for when we replace this car.
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