2008 GMC Acadia Review

GMC's all-new Acadia is a full-size crossover with room for up to eight. It's a large people-mover meant to appeal to the brand's target audience: truck-buyers. Surprisingly, the Acadia pulls that off. This is one handsome crossover. Yukon buyers won't lose any of that model's tough-guy look if they opt for this more fuel-efficient, but less powerful, SUV. It can't tow as much as the Yukon, but it fits the bill of an everyday suburban transport much better than a traditional SUV.

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When the System Does Not Seem To Work Properly
If the LDW symbol does not appear: ○ The lane markings on the road may not be seen. ○ The camera sensor may be blocked by dirt, snow or ice. ○ The windshield may be damaged. ` ...

Passenger Sensing System
The passenger sensing system, if equipped, turns off the front outboard passenger frontal airbag under certain conditions. No other airbag is affected by the passenger sensing system. If the vehicle ...

Wiper Blades
Wiper blades need to be cleaned and kept in good condition to provide a clear view. • Signs of wear include streaking, skipping across the windshield, and worn or split rubber. • Trained dealer ...