2010 GMC Acadia

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2010 GMC Acadia
The GMC Acadia is a versatile crossover SUV, build on the same platform as the Buick Enclave and Chevy…
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  • Styling8.6
  • Performance8.1
  • Interior8.1
  • Quality6.9
  • Recommendation7.2
  • Styling9.0
  • Performance10
  • Interior8.0
  • Quality8.0
  • Recommendation9.0
A Good Surprise by Pleased in Denver on 11/10/2010. Trim: 2010 GMC Acadia SLT-1 AWD, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Great cargo space, and even at 6' 6" my husband can get into and comfortably ride in the 3rd row for trips around town. The window sizes are great, and you get a nice view of the road from all rows. Seats are extremely comfortable, after many long road trips we don't get road fatigue like we used to. There are a lot of comments about gas mileage, it's a big heavy vehicle and I know my driving style affected my milleage. Heavy foot on the accelerator right out of a stoplight made for worse mileage. Our previous SUV's were 4x4 so they ran only 2 wheels when not in 4x4 mode, our Acadia is AWD and runs all wheels all the time, something to consider if you are comparing various vehicles.
Cons: The silver trim on the front air vents would blind me when driving in the sun, espeically on those long trips where I'd head in one direction on the Interstate for hours. GMC special ordered new trim pieces and replaced them for me so it's not even a con anymore. New trim looks better than the old. There is no middle headrest. And here's a really out there one-if you have a carseat in the middle of the middle seat and sit next to it, the seatbelt buckle will poke your hip, HARD. It's just not recessed enough.
Overall review: We are year round outdoor enthusiasts who were loathe to part with our 4x4 but needed more seating. I was not prepared to like the Acadia as much as I do, but when I drove it for the test drive it was the clear winner for performance for me. After owning it now for nearly a year I like it more than ever for what we use it for. It's not going to be a super fuel efficient vehicle, if you're looking for that you should shop for something smaller and less heavy, but it's comprable for other vehicles it's size and class. The Acadia's bulk and size get me through snowy mountain roads (paved) and the cargo space is ample for everything that we should haul ourselves (no dear, we're getting the new fridge delivered). However, it doesn't drive like it's big and bulky. It feels quick and responsive and much smaller on the road than it actually is. You might be fooled into trying to squeeze it into those compact parking spots! Overall, just right for us
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