We compared the Enclave to the Audi Q7 and replaced a Yukon XL. My wife wanted something smaller, but that still has a third row. We initially were focused on the Acadia, but kept looking at the Enclave in the showroom and appreciated the chrome wheels and more refined interior. My wife preferred the Enclave versus the Q7 and we saved 13K as well.
Third row seat. Gas mileage for this size vehicle. In head rest DVD/LCD screens. Overall fit and finish. Value
Bluetooth microphone sound quality. Wood trim instead of faux wood trim. Latch cover should be removable on back of second row seats. Option packaging a challenge. We wanted the in seat DVD, but would have had to pay for the overhead DVD to get the Bose sound system.
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