I test drove both the Acadia and the Enclave. The Enclave was very quiet
and had a more formal interior design. The Acadia had a more functional
interior design and the suspension was a little firmer but also handled
I elected to get the Enclave because the one on the dealer's lot had the
options I wanted. I've got 3000 miles on it and it is a pleasure to drive.
We purchased a 2007 GMC Acadia SLE in August. It is my wife's car, so I
don't much driving experience with it, but she absolutely loves it. We
have 7000 miles on it now, and is starting to get better mileage. It
started out averaging 18 all-around driving. Now it is up to 19
all-around driving. We will be taking a couple of road trips, soon, so
we can gauge the highway mileage then.
When I do get to drive it, the new 6-speed auto is different. We have
had the trans reflash done, and the shifting is better, more responsive.
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