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GMC Acadia Guide
Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the GMC Acadia. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the GMC Acadia.
Building tough trucks for tough work has been GMC's focus for many years, but even GMC couldn't avoid the onslaught of the crossover SUV revolution. That's where the GMC Acadia comes in. The Acadia is a midsize crossover SUV that is mechanically very similar to its platform-mates, the Buick Enclave and Chevrolet Traverse. Thanks to its spacious interior, strong available V6 engine and competitive price, the Acadia is one of the better crossover SUV choices for hauling up to seven passengers and their cargo. Discover the ins and outs on used GMC Acadias, available now in Carvana's inventory.
Cargo Capacity GaloreIf cargo space is a primary focus for you when you go to purchase your next vehicle, the GMC Acadia should be a vehicle that tops your list. Excluding its Buick and Chevy relatives in the crossover segment, the Acadia offers more cargo capacity than just about anything else out there. Passengers will even be pleased with the available space that exists behind the third-row seating, which can't always be said for vehicles in this class.
Smooth, Quiet RideAlmost by sheer size alone, the GMC Acadia offers a cozy, insulated feeling for its occupants. Not only is the seating comfortable, but the Acadia does a nice job muting road and engine, while also serving up a smooth, compliant ride even over rough road surfaces thanks to its soft suspension.
Top Safety PerformerThe Acadia most definitely doesn't skimp on safety. In government crash testing, the Acadia earned a five-star overall rating, while in testing conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the Acadia was awarded the highest rating of Good for its performance in moderate front overlap, side and roof strength, and seat/head restraint tests.
PerformanceThe Acadia feels slow and cumbersome behind the wheel because it is slow and cumbersome behind the wheel. Due to its tremendous size and weight, the Acadia is a sluggish performer, lacking gusto when the driver attempts to bring it to highway speed or execute a passing maneuver.
Infotainment SystemWhile the GMC IntelliLink smartphone integration is relatively easy to use, it's not exactly the smoothest operating interface. According to users, the interface is slow to respond to commands and the screen is fairly small compared to other vehicles in the segment. Additionally, the screen is mounted rather low and the buttons and controls, while looking nice and fancy, aren't as functional as their appearance would suggest.
Rear VisibilityIn all fairness, the Acadia isn't an exception amongst three-row vehicles in terms of rearward visibility, but it's worth mentioning that this vehicle isn't easy to see out of. A standard rearview camera helps mitigate this issue to a degree, if you're switching lanes or wanting to evaluate the scene behind you while on the go, do so with caution.
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