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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