Used 2009 GMC Acadia SLT for Sale
Reviews for 2009 GMC Acadia
Great all around car!
The GMC Acadia was the perfect fit for us. We have 2 large dogs that travel with us often. All the seats lay flat for plenty of cargo room and room for our pups. We choose the AWD option because we drive in the mountains and snow a lot. So far, the car has been wonderful. The handling is amazing!
I like my Acadia but don't buy anything older than 2011
I like GMC my first sports utility was a Yukon and I drove it for 255,000 miles. It never gave me any trouble the way the Acadia has. The Acadia has been in the shop for several big repairs including steering wheel, air conditioner, catalytic converter which the warranty does not cover. All the buttons and knobs on the dashboard have paint chipping off the front panel. I think that for a $30,000 plus vehicle that I bought with 24,000 miles the workmanship should be of superior quality.
2009 GMC Acadia
We were looking for a vehicle capable of taking trips with four adults, more room than our Subaru Outback and at a reasonable price. The 2009 Acadia with less than 40K miles fit the bill as it was within our budgit, bigger, had third row rear seat and individual seats in the front and second row. This makes for individual comfort on trips. With the 3rd row seat folded down, there is a large cargo area. Cargo capacity with 3rd row up is reduced but still enough for several suitcases. Very roomy interior. The rear A/C system gives back seat passangers comfort control. My wife likes the higher seaating position, although you do feel like you are climbing into a pick-up truck when entering. Controls are easy to reach and operate. Six speed auto trans is very smooth and offers some manual control in manual mode. 3.5 V6 has plenty of power (rated @ 288 hp.) for intended use Ride is firm but not harsh. Overall, it will be a pleasure on trips, especially with 4 adults, which was the intended purpose. Downside: Low gas mileage, averaging about 16 around town. Haven't got to track highway milage yet. The Acadia weighs about 5000 lb. It takes fuel to get that much mass rolling from a stop. It has the typical GM "driver isolation" feel. Not a lot of stearing feedback. Lots of torque steer under hard acceleration. Wheels easily break loose when starting up from stop on wet roads (2 wheel drive model) but this could be the fault of the tires, 39K miles on OEM tires. Slight lag in throtle response (common to new electronically controlled vehicles). Auto door locks that lock all doors when you shift out of park.
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