Used 2013 GMC Acadia SUV Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2013 GMC Acadia SUV

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 Pros Redesigned exterior is more modern to be attractive to a wider audience.

 Pros Impressive towing capacity at a maximum of 5,000 pounds.

 Pros Back rows fold flat to avoid an enormous amount of cargo space.

 Pros Rear seat is easily accessed and provides ample room for even adults to stretch out.

 Pros Redesigned seats offer optimal comfort.

 Pros Center side air bag offers increased protection in the event of a collision.

 Pros Six months free trial for OnStar comes with every new Acadia.

 Pros Fully independent suspension delivers an incredibly smooth ride to all passengers.

 Pros Stabilitrak technology helps drivers remain in control, even when they are forced to make sudden maneuvers.

 Cons No V8 engine available will likely be a complaint. Some drivers simply prefer the power of a V8 in a vehicle of this size.

 Cons Blind spots are a concern so you will almost be forced to add on the side blind zone alert.

 Cons If the 2013 is anything like the 2012 model, consumers can expect fairly poor gas mileage.

 Cons With so many available options and packages to add on, Acadia could end up being quite expensive.