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!
great value for vehicle
2008 GMC AcadiaOtis - Hammond, IN08/11/2014
The Style and the fact it was a six cylinder initially caught my attention, but after owning the vehicle for several months now. The vehicle handling and comfortably is superb, plus with plenty of leg more and features packed. Make this vehicle very enjoyable to drive and own.
I like my Acadia but don't buy anything older than 2011
2009 GMC AcadiaAnonymous - Ft. Worth, TX07/14/2014
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.
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