People in Charlotte, NC still have big families and they want roomie Crossovers! The 2014 GMC Acadia is meeting the requirements for Charlotte Moms with its roomie interior and blowing Dads out of the water with the kick-butt infotainment system. Flexibility and Comfort are the Focus of the 2014 GMC Acadia. Big, Bulky SUVs that suck up gasoline are a thing of the past! Crossovers are the new SUV. From its inception in 2007, the GMC Acadia has been the Crossover for big families. With three rows of seating, plus cargo space, this crossover has amazing handling. After a week-long test drive the Mommy Mentor says, “I could get the GMC Acadia into tight parking spots far more easily than the Honda Odyssey.” Not to mention, it’s way more stylish than a minivan!
A great thing about the2014 GMC Acadia is the seating options. If you’re toting the soccer team to and from the games or carpooling kids to school, then the GMC Acadia easily fits eight passengers with plenty of leg room. But if don’t need all that seating, it’s simple to configure to your needs. In the second row, the middle seats pops out, creating two captain style seats. If you need more cargo space, the third row disappears into the floor to create a level space for hauling all your wares.
One of the best features for families is the infotainment system. Intellink can connect to your smartphone for streaming music and has a USB outlet to connect other devices. You can play your DVDs right on the screen! DVDs in the car have become an essential part for any family road trip. Another great safety feature is the rearview camera. This can you help you maneuver when backing up, especially if you are not used to a larger vehicle.
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