I downsized from an Expedition to the Acadia. I still needed a third row, but didn't want to drive a tank any longer. The Acadia actually has more cargo space than the Expedition. It's easy for passengers to access the third row. And the third row easily flips down flat to extend the already spacious cargo area.
My kids love the MP3 jack. I love the on-steering control of volume.
The only negatives thus far: it's hard for me to park, as I drove an Expedition for 11 years; it's a little harder to see rear and rear side views when backing up, but there is a signal when something is directly behind you; and sometimes the windows fog up, but the defrost does work quickly.
Great car for a great price!!
2008 GMC AcadiaConstantino Family - Riverside, CA12/29/2015
It's very comfortable and drives great. We were looking for a vehicle to accommodate 3 growing boys and we couldn't be more pleased.
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